Cast: Nithya Menen, Dulquer Salmaan, Prakash Raj and Leela Samson
Distributed By: Sri Venkateswara Creations
Music: A R Rahman
Director: Mani Ratnam
Banner: Madras Talkies
After taking a considerable time, Mani Ratnam, who delivered classical hits has come up with youthful love story. Film buffs are eagerly awaiting OK Bangaram to watch on silver screen. Let’s check the story and making style of the film.
Aadi (Dulquer Salmaan) and Tara (Nithya Menon) are private employees in financial capital of India. They want to enjoy the life instead of thinking the concept of marriage. As they are in live-in-relationship for long time, they have memorable days. While leading rich life style with all amenities, they have to move abroad for their career. What will they decide? Do they simply forget live-in-relationship and go ahead of career or will they marry and live together? You have to watch on the big screen to find all the answers.
Major highlight of the film is Nithya Menon who is superlative on silver screen. Especially, her expressions and balance in emotional scenes are awestruck. She did a splendid job. Prakash Raj is neat in supporting role. Dulquer has also done great job equally with Nithya and their chemistry on big screen worked out well.
After Sakhi, Mani Ratnam has not delivered a hit film. But this time, thumps up for his genius work with romantic love story. There are many heart-touching scenes in the film. From the beginning for the film to end card, you would enjoy the feel of love. All the aspects in film are fine and interesting. It is definitely good boosting and energy for the crew to enjoy the success.
Cinematographer P C Sriram is one of the best cameramen and he plays with lights and hues to set the mood on screen. Especially songs are shot with lot of time and care. Mani Ratnam is topnotch in direction and he is very keen on narrating love story. He has good common on making romantic entertainers with unique touch. A R Rahman is so impressive and did magic with his music throughout the film. Especially, background score of the last 30 minutes will get struck on minds even after leaving theatres.
Good news for the fans of Mani Ratnam to watch his comeback film