Ongole Gitta Movie Review 2.75/5
Cast: Ram, Kriti Karbanda, Prakash Raj and Prabhu
Producer: BVSN Prasad
Music director: G V Prakash
Bommarillu Bashkar who faced severe criticism for making Orange has directed this film to come back. Ram played male lead and Kriti Karbanda is the heroine. Prakash Raj and Prabhu are seen important roles. As Ram is also not in good form, he is pinning hopes on this film to come back with Ongole Gitta. Let’s find out the prospects of the film.
White (Ram) is working with an ambition and wants to take over entire mirchi market yard. He is not only dreaming of it but also working on it constantly. Adhishesavulu Prakash Raj is the Chairman of Mirchi Yard and also father of Sandy (Kriti Karbanda). At unexpected circumstance, she gets engaged to White. Even Adhikesavulu is not in position to stand against marriage of them. Whether White got married to Sandy? Did White achieve his goal of take over market yard is the remaining story to be watched.
Ram has delivered his best as mass hero and his energy levels are so good. Especially action episodes are the best to see him on the big screen. Kriti Karbanda is beautiful and has done justice to her limited role. Prakash Raj is natural as he did many roles similar to this. Prabhu is also fine.
Director Bommarillu Bashkar has come up with mass entertainer which he did not try earlier. Fine but still there is no wow factor in this film and audiences miss the heart touching ingredients. Concept that he has chosen is also not enough to amuse all sections of audiences. Although Ram is the suitable for the role, there is lackluster performance by the director to fulfill his thought on the silver screen.
Cinematography is the major asset for film and Venkatesh has done wonderful job by capturing beautiful locations. Story is not up to the mark to reach audiences. G V Prakash has failed to give ear stimulating songs. Back ground score by Mani Sharma is okay. Dialogues are mediocre especially at emotional scenes.
If you ignore a few mistakes, you can watch this film.