Director:Ajay Andrew Nuthakki
Cast:Manchu Manoj, Anisha Ambrose
Banner:Padmaja Films India Pvt. Ltd.
Producer:Sn Reddy, Laxmi Kanth
Release Dt :Nov, 10 2017
Okkadu Migiladu Story
Okkadu Migiladu is the story of Surya (Manchu Manoj) who has been booked in a false case and is tortured by the cops. During their transfer to a rural police station, one among the constables (Posani) comes to know about his story and informs Peter (Manchu Manoj) who is the leader of Srilankan Tamilians. The rest of the film is all about the stories of Peter and Surya. What happens next forms the story. Watch Okkadu Migiladu to know about the film.
Okkadu Migiladu Analysis
Okkadu Migiladu has been overloaded with huge dose of action and right from the first frame, the violence looks extremely disturbing. The struggles of Srilankan Tamilians has been well narrated but it doesn't appeal to everyone. The first half of the movie has been short but fails to impress the audience. Manoj shines with perfection in the assigned roles.
The second half of Okkadu Migiladu dips down further and is completely focussed on the struggles of the Tamilians. The film lacks commercial elements and entertainment because of which Okkadu Migiladu will not be accepted by everyone. Refugees dying one after another in the boat looks not convincing and they are dragged much. On the whole, Okkadu Migiladu second half fails to impress the audience.
Manchu Manoj tops the show with his outstanding and fearless performance throughout the film in two different roles. Okkadu Migiladu will stand as one of the finest films in the actor's career. Anisha Ambrose has been extremely impressive with her performance. Director Ajay has been convincing in his supporting role and Posani Krishna Murali has been impressive. All the other actors have been outstanding.
The story of Okkadu Migiladu looks decent but it is the narration that misses the row. The screenplay looks confusing and is completely focussed on violence. The dialogues have been decent and the background score elevates the film. The production values look lavish and Ajay Andres steps out with a ruggish script which has been laced with loads of violence.
Okkadu Migiladu Final Word
Though Okkadu Migiladu looks intense and Manoj performs to the core, the film's content and the narration will not be accepted by everyone.