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Chandrasekhar Yeleti: Thanks for being in Tollywood... Thanks for Okkadunnadu
Okkadunnadu, undoubtedly my all time favorite Telugu film, I've seen this film twice in the theater, on the same day and countless number of times on TV and Youtube. Gopichand is fantastic in the film, his histrionics, body language and performance were of top notch. He excelled in the action episodes.
Okkadunnadu is not a regular commercial Telugu film, entertainment levels are less, but still Bramhanandam & Giribabu were hilarious at times. The movie sticks to the point and never deviates, the story becomes clear once the actual thread is revealed. There is a reason behind every move that Gopichand makes. The dialog's made lot of sense specially when Mahesh Manjrekar says "Nee Gunde Dhairyam Chavali Kaani Nee Gunde Bathakali" clearly reveals the intentions of the villain, and that's what makes Gopichand invincible.
Chandrasekhar Yeleti, who earlier gave Aithe & Anukokunda Oka Roju, now comes with another different concept. The direction and the screenplay were great. His direction specially for the ruthless action scenes was awesome.
I loved this film to the core, a perfect 10/10.
THANKS TO CHANDRASEKHAR YELETI, THANKS FOR BEING IN TOLLYWOOD, THANKS FOR MAKING OKKADUNNADU... KUDOS !!
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