Movie Review: Oh Baby
Director: B. V. Nandini Reddy
Producer : D. Suresh Babu, Sunitha Tati
Music: Mickey J. Meyer
Starring : Samantha AKkineni, Naga Shaurya, Rajendraprasad, Lakshmi
Release Date: 5th July
Oh Baby starring Samantha Akkineni, Naga Shaurya and Lakshmi starrer, directed by Nandini Reddy has hit the theaters today on 5th July 2019 in a very grand manner. Oh Baby is a remake of the South Korean film Miss Granny, which is all about the story of a 70-year-old woman, who turns into her 24-year-old self after being photographed in a studio. Let’s see the story of Oh Baby.
Oh Baby Review Story:
Baby ( Lakshmi ) is a 70 years old woman who has issues with her daughter-in-law (Pragathi). When her family plan to send her to Oldage home, something miraculous happens to turn Baby into Swathi (Samantha). The updated younger version of Baby (Smanatha) comes as a tenant to Rajendra Prasad’s house. What happens next, form rest of the story.
- Rajendra Prasad
- Rao Ramesh
- Few Boring scenes in second half
- No twist and turns
Performance: This is totally Samantha Akkineni’ film. She is ideally suited for the role. She is brilliant and breathtaking in parts. This will also count as one of Samantha best films in her filmography. Her emotions, expressions in the comic scenes and the emotional sequences, have been depicted very well. She is at her best with great performance. Rajendra Prasad and Rao Ramesh are good. Naga Shaurya is at his usual self. Urvashi, Pragathi, and others perform well in their respective roles.
Technical : Nandini Reddy chose a sensible story and came up with good dose of entertainment and emotions. Some of the dialogues are well-written. The camera work is good while the songs have been apt. Music by Mickey J Mayer is disappointing. The background score is just ok. The editing is fine. The Production Values are good.
Analysis: The main plus points of Oh Baby are screenplay, cinematography and the performances of Samantha Akkineni. She steals the show. The first half of Oh Baby is good with some nice comedy whereas second half has comparatively less comedy and high on emotions.
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