Ram and Kishore Tirumala had delivered a super hit Nenu Sailaja last year. The reunion of them for Vunnadhi Okate Zindagi has naturally garnered good buzz. Keeping up to all the hype, Ram and Sree Vishnu starrer has struck a chord with the nerves of youth. The film keeps you hooked to the seats till the end and it’s totally worth watching. Read on to know our detailed review.
Abhiram (Ram) is a doting son of a rich businessman. He has everything in his life except his mother who died when he was six. Abhiram meets Vasu (Sree Vishnu) in school and gets along with him very well. Sooner, bot become very good friends. One day, Abhiram doesn’t come to school. And Vasu rushes to Abhiram to see him that’s when he realizes that it was his mother’s death anniversary and Abhiram is in sorrow as he couldn’t get out of her absence. That’s when Vasu offers him a shoulder to cry and he wipes Abhiram’s tears by making him laugh. Abhiram and Vasu are now best friends and inseparable.
Vasu goes for a research work to Delhi for two months. Abhiram encounters with Maha (Anupama). Maha is a house surgeon who has her heart in music. Both Abhi, Maha get along as both have common interest in music. Abhi is a professional guitarist and has his own rock band. Seeing Maha’s interest, he encourages Maha to sing and even gets her to sing in a concert.
Meanwhile, Vasu returns. And here’s the shock. Vasu and Maha are relatives. Vasu likes Maha since longtime and so parents of both families.
Did Vasu marry Maha? Is this has to do anything with the separation of Vasu and Abhiram?
Ram, Sree Vishnu, Anupama Parameswaran, Lavanya Tripathi offer finest performances in VOZ.
Sree Vishnu, Ram
Lag at portions
VOZ is a coming-of-age youthful romance. Kudos to Kishore Tirumala for a beautiful film with right portion of emotion, humour and romance. The film’s writing deserves special mention. It is so simple yet so profound. Scenes are fresh, honest. Sree Vishnu is the surprise element in the film who has equally-important role along with Ram. Both are two pillars for this film who shoulder the script. The film primarily focus on relationships and how important they are in our lives. Friendship plays crucial role in VOZ.
Although there is some lag at a few portions, the film bounces back with interesting scenes. Climax is very-well written. The film ends on bright note.
Dialogues are clap-worthy which make VOZ a thoroughly engaging film. Devi Sri Prasad’s music is a huge asset. BGM elevates the scenes. Cinematography is perfect. Technically, the film has nothing to point out. On the whole, Kishore and Ram succeed in recreating the magic of Nenu Sailaja.
Vunnadhi Okate Zindagi is a perfect blend of romance and friendship. This is a must-watch.