O Pitta Katha Movie Review : A short film story (Pitta Katha) is stretched into a boring feature film.

O Pitta Katha Movie Review : A short film story (Pitta Katha) is stretched into a boring feature film.

Though it is little difficult, if one feels like encouraging new talent they can go & watch the movie.

7 months ago | By mohammed imran

Present Telugu Cinema's senior-most character artist Brahmaji introduced his son Sanjay Rao with a love-cum thriller story O' Pitta Katha. Before the release, many of our star heroes promoted this movie and helped in building a decent buzz around it. Even Megastar Chiranjeevi graced the pre-release event of this film. O' Pitta Katha has released today, and here follows its review.


Story:

Venkata Lakshmi (Nithya Shetty) is a village girl living with his father.  Prabhu( Sanjay) is in love with Venkata Lakshmi from his childhood but couldn't dare to tell her. As this beautiful love tale is going on, Krish (Viswant) comes all of a sudden from abroad, and he's also in love with Venkata Lakshmi. An unexpected twist comes in this triangular love story with the kidnap of Venkata Lakshmi. Who did it and how the Police Officer Brahmaji chased this case is the remaining plot.


Artists Performance:

Debutant Sanjay Rao is just okay in this film. He needs to improve a lot in expressions and dialogue delivery. Viswant is quite good and comfortable in his role. This is the first film for Nithya Shetty as the heroine. She appeared in few films as a child artist. It is vividly shown on the screen that she's not new to the camera. Brahmaji, as usual, did an excellent job.


Technical Departments:

Praveen Lakkaraju's music and BGM work are okay. Cinematography by Suneel Kumar is the biggest asset for this film. Technically he stood as a pillar for O' Pitta Katha. Every frame is so vibrant and cool. Also, the visuals were apt to the mood of the scene. Bhavya Creations could have done a bit more from their side. The point which the director took might have looked so fresh on the paper. But in the process of execution, he failed to give his 100%. Interval bang and the pre-climax to climax portions were good. Apart from that, there is nothing to talk about in this movie.


Bottom Line: A short film story (Pitta Katha) is stretched into a boring feature film. Songs were good. Though it is little difficult, if one feels like encouraging new talent they can go & watch the movie.



Written By: Narender Reddy

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