Cast: Kajal Aggarwal, Nithya Menen, Regina Cassandra, Eesha Rebba, Srinivas Avasarala, Murli Sharma, Rohini, Priyadarshi, Hariteja, Devadarshini, Kaitlyn, Nani & Ravi Teja
Banner: Wall Poster Cinema
Music: Mark K.Robin
Cinematography: Karthik Ghattamaneni
Producers: Prashanthi & Nani
Writer & Director: Prasanth Varma
Tagline: 'Awe'struck & 'Awe'some movie
Awe- We all got this ‘Awe’ kind of feeling after watching the teaser, trailer & characters of Awe movie. Well, this story’s ‘Awe’ factor made hero Nani to become a producer for this ‘Awe’ film and this was the same story which gave the feeling of ‘Awe’ to every actor in this movie.
These are all the above ‘Awe’ factors made the audience to catch this ‘Awe’ movie on the silver screen. Let’s see how much we will be ‘Awed’ by this story in the following review.
Awe Story Plot:
Actually, it is better not to reveal anything regarding the storyline here for this special film- AWE. Because it will definitely kill the cinematic experience of everyone while watching this movie and especially this kind of ‘AWE’some film’s story would be kept a secret to keep the suspense in the audience. Though we cannot reveal anything, this movie has an interesting story to be unfolded.
Actors & Performances:
Kajal Aggarwal, Nithya Menen, Regina Cassandra, Eesha Rebba. Srinivas Avasarala, Murli Sharma, Priyadarshi, Devadarshini and Baby Girl’s roles will blow up your mind in theatres. Actually, their roles pushed them to give their best to the characters.
Rohini, Pragathi, CVL Narasimha Rao did their best in supporting the key roles in the movie.
Firstly, writer-director Prashanth Varma needs a big applause from all the movie lovers for coming with this ‘Awe’-struck concept to the cinema. We will be happening to know about his detailing towards each character and their behaviour while watching this film.
He took a very sensitive matter as a basic concept and he superbly laced that concept with many layers of writing. In the first half, he introduces all the main characters in the movie and becomes successful in creating the curiosity towards the interval block.
Well, in the second half, he tries to show the complexities and the other shades in the lead roles. In some scenes, people might get curious or bored due to the confusing screenplay towards the pre-climax. However, he clears each and everything with just one master-stroke in the climax. It is a master-class shot from Prashanth Varma.
Special Mention: Dialogues between Priyadarshi, Fish (Nani) & Plant (Ravi Teja) are hilarious. These three would bring the comic relief to the audience in the second half.
The cinematography from Karthik is ‘Awe’some and the production design department pushed this film to another level with their mind-blowing work.
Production values from Wall Poster cinema are grand and this film is a visual treat with full of colours.
+ Performances and roles
+ Production Design
Some parts in second half
This is an ‘Awe’some movie. Finally, Nani is right. ‘Story’ is the hero.
Review by Sandeep.
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