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Oohalu Gusagusalade (2014)
Cinema that rejuvenates all your senses..
Oohalu Gusagusalade is the kind of cinema every moviegoer yearns for... An adorable lead pair, simple characters, situational comedy, eye- catching visuals, soothing music and loads of romance..
The story starts with Venkateswara Rao(Naga Shourya), an aspiring newsreader stuck-up as a Television shopping host, selling things on the channel owned by Uday Bhaskar(Srinivas Avasarala), a typical conceited boss who is jealous of debonair Venky's socializing skills with his female office staff. Uday finds Sai Sirisha(Rashi Khanna) through a marriage broker and likes her instantly. Uday seeks Venky's help to charm Sirisha into marrying him, he promises Venky with newsreader's job in return and threatens him of destroying his career if he refuses. Unwillingly, Venky agrees to play cupid, only to find out later that Sirisha is his Ex-Girlfriend Prabha whom he met in Vizag 5 years ago during his summer vacation. The rest of the story deals with how Venky confronts his feelings for Prabha while helping Uday woo her.
Avasarala deserves the major chunk of credit for crafting this movie into a delightful rom-com. What makes this movie stand out is the wonderful writing, every dialogue goes so well with the characters and situations and he did great job as a director by giving importance to even the smallest characters while taking the story forward. This movie reminds me of the classics of the same genre made by masters like Jandhyala,Hrishikesh Mukherjee, Basu Chaterjee & Woody Allen. He shines once again as an actor with his trademark comedy timing.
Naga Shaurya comes across as a breath of fresh air. He did a very good job for his first movie. His performance as a caring son, loving boyfriend and ambitious subordinate is praiseworthy. He gets you right from the first scene, he is a complete director's actor.
Rashi Khanna... she makes this movie special. It is her captivating beauty & performance which makes the movie complete. She makes an everlasting impression with her lovable character of Sri Sai Sirisha Prabhavathi. She is mesmerizing in those tender love scenes in Vizag part. Especially in the song, Yem Sandeham ledu.. every shot is like a serene wallpaper.. My compliments to Venkat C. Dileep(Cinematographer), Kalyani Koduri(Music), singers and other artists for creating such a heavenly experience.
Best moment of the movie: Uday tells Prabha in the restaurant scene that she has 'something' on her face, she wipes her face but he says its still there and she cannot wipe it off because it is the 'beauty'.
Corny as it may sound but sometimes corny is true :)