Two youngsters Adi and Tara are attracted to each other when they meet at a wedding. Since they do not believe in marriage, they decide to live together. What follows forms the crux of the story.
6 idlebrain | 28 Aug 2018
First half of the film is nice. Second half is bit slow. Climax is nice though a predictable one. Plus points are vintage Mani Ratnam’s moments, cinematography and music. On the flipside, the narration is very slow in second half. If you are expecting another Sakhi from OK Bangaram, you will be get disappointed. But, it’s a decent attempt. Likability of these kind of movies largely depend on connectivity. If you don’t connect, OK Bangaram will be a slow film with no highs! If you are a fan of Mani Rathnam and like these kind of concepts ...Read more
7 greatandhra | 28 Aug 2018
A love story is a love story. But the beauty of a love story is in the way it is narrated to the audience, in the language they relate to.
Mani Ratnam’s films have always been about love. Though he touches upon other contemporary and contentious issues, love has always been the backdrop of his stories, be it Roja, Mumbai, Dil Se, Saathiya…
In Ok Bangaram, Mani tells a love story once again, but touches upon the issues that concern the new-age couples. By new-age, he does not mean the 20-something boys and girls. To him, they are two ...
6 123telugu.com | 28 Aug 2018
With Ok Banagaram, Mani Ratnam makes a decent comeback. He gives the audience what is expected of him and narrates the film in a youthful way. Stunning chemistry between the lead pair and thumping music score are basic assets of the film. If you manage to ignore the routine story, Mani Ratnam’s racy narration will make you fall in love all over again.