Review : Oxygen
Review : Oxygen
Release date : November 30, 2017
123telugu.com Rating : 3/5
Director : A. M. Jyothi Krishna
Producer : S. Aishwarya
Music Director : Yuvan Shankar Raja
Starring : Gopichand, Raashi Khanna, Anu Emmanuel
OXYGEN STORY: Gopichand is an NRI who comes to India to ally Sruthi (Raashi Khanna), babe of Raghupathi (Jagapathi Babu), a admired man in their village. But addition seems to be targeting the ancestors and is out to annihilate them. Who is afterwards the ancestors and why is what 'Oxygen' is all about.
OXYGEN REVIEW: Krishna Prasad/Sanjeev (Gopichand) is a man who has sanskaari ethics admitting actuality an NRI; at atomic that's what he tries to activity with his artificial smile. But appropriate from the start, article seems off about him and Sruthi (Raashi Khanna) wants to acquisition out, if alone to breach off their accessible nuptials. While his addition begins with him accepting off the flight in a pancha kattu avatar, a la Vijay in 'Adirindhi', things boring assume to change. There's a arena in the aboriginal bisected area he all-overs out his -to-be ancestors by talking to his asleep parents. And things go absolutely decline by the time the blur hits the interval, actualization the barmy acrimony that his appearance holds.
In 'Oxygen' none of the characters are anytime what they seem. The calm and composed Krishna Prasad has a dukh bhari daastan in anamnesis that no one expects; the much-respected ancestors has a aphotic abstruse that they accept kept from everyone, including their daughter. The daughter, who seems to be a simple apple belle, somehow turns into a computer able by the end of the film, but we digress.
Gopichand's addition arena is not the alone affinity amid 'Oxygen' and 'Adirindhi'. While 'Adirindhi' was an absorbing masala alms that focused on the bribery that lies aggressive in the medical field, 'Oxygen' focuses on the actionable tobacco industry that is aggressive in the country. While Vijay's appearance turns vigilante to basis out the bribery there, Gopichand's appearance actuality does the same, if alone to acquisition the sole actuality amenable for it all.
Despite actuality aerial on emotions, activity and artificial tropes in about every anatomy of the film, 'Oxygen' fails to accumulate you hooked. Such films crave able dialogues and visuals to accomplish the accountable assignment and the blur lacks both. Certain contest in the blur never ability their cessation and a few characters such as Veerabhadram (Shinde), Savirtri uncle (Ali), Vennela Kishore and Tagubothu Ramesh are amid in for no acumen at all. In fact, admitting actuality a key allotment to the story, Jagapathi Babu's character, Raghupati is not fleshed out well, authoritative you feel annihilation for or adjoin the character. A lot of abeyant aloof seems ashen in the film.
That said, there are a few twists and turns that assume blast on, giving admirers achievement that the blur will about-face agitative any moment now. Unfortunately, that moment never seems to come. Gopichand is abundant in his role as a man who has not aloof his family, but a accomplished nation to avenge. His transformation from sugar-sweet nice to maybe-crazy to a man dark with cliched avengement is convincing, which has added to do with his acting abilities than his appearance development. Raashi Khanna plays the active apple belle well, alike admitting no one in the blur seems to affliction about what she wants, be it her 'loving' ancestors or the -to-be groom. Anu Emmanuel's appearance as the asleep fiance Dr Geeta seems to be accounting to arm-twist emotion, but the extra fails to bear back needed.
All said and done, 'Oxygen' is a blur with a adventure and casting that had a lot of potential, if alone it was fabricated differently. Steer bright of this one, unless you accept some time to kill!.
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