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Movie: Okay Oka Jeevitham
Rating: 2.75/5

Banner: Dream Warrior Photos
Form: Sharwanand, Ritu Varma, Amala Akkineni, Vennela Kishore, Priyadarshi, Nasser and others
Music: Jakes Bejoy
CAP: Sujith Sarang
Editor: Sreejith Sarang
art: N Satish Kumar
Producers: SR Prabhu and SR Prakash Babu
Written and directed by: Shree Karthick
Publication date: September 9, 2022

Despite the fact that it has brought many flops, Sharwanand is popular. His latest movie “Oke Oka Jeevitham” caused quite a stir with the trailer. He sounded confident about this movie.

Let’s find out its pros and cons.


Adhi (Sharwanand) and his two friends (Vennela Kishore and Priyadarshi) agree to experiment with time travel through a machine made by a scientist (Nasser).

Adhi wants to travel back to 1998. His mother was killed in a traffic accident on March 28, 1998. His idea is to go back in time and prevent her mother from driving on that day.

Will his plan work?

Performances by artists:

An easy role for Sharwanand, and he nails it. As a son who cannot forget his mother, his performance seems real and natural.

After a long pause, Amala returns to the silver screen. She is perfect for the role. She brings gravitas to the emotional theme.

Priyadarshi and Vennela Kishore provide much-needed comedic relief. Nasser as scientist and Ritu Varma as Sharwanand’s girlfriend get their space.

Technical excellence:

Songs and background music are gelled with the theme. But there isn’t a single catchy song. Other technicians have done a decent job. The VFX work should have been better.

The story
Mother-son sentiment
The second half

The first portions
Slow narration

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At a time when filmmakers are handing out movies with formulaic storylines, “Oke Oka Jeevitham” offers something new. The genre of time travel has been less explored in Telugu cinema.

Interestingly, new director Shree Karthick has put a new spin on the time travel concept, adding mother-son sentiment drama to it. So the film is very different from the rest of the pack.

The film begins with the hero’s relationship with his father, his love story with his girlfriend and his two friends.

The novice portions don’t entice much. We start to feel restless. But the movie flies to another level after the arrival of the time travel machine.

Once the three friends travel back to 1998, the story sparks laughter and interest. The scenes of Vennela Kishore’s interaction with the child’s version of himself make for laughter.

The interval bang gives a new twist. The twist to the story adds something new. The second part of the movie has some meaty moments and a strong emotional core, but the flow isn’t smooth in the later part.

In the penultimate part, the series between Sharwanand and Amala Akkineni is another highlight. The three friends have the right character arcs.

On the other hand, the three children and their struggles have less impact in the current era. The film lacks a steady pace.

In a movie where the main character is a musician, the movie doesn’t have a catchy song. Better songs would have taken the movie to the next level. All songs just serve a purpose, don’t haunt us.

“Okay Oka Jeevitham” is wisely crafted science fiction with dollops of sentiment. It’s no ordinary commercial film. Those who appreciate new and emotional dramas will like it. Despite the slow pace, it’s a decent watch. However, keep your expectations under control.

Briefly: Nice try

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