Reviewed By :
Pavan MOVIE JOCKEY
After Delivering biggest blockbuster hits like Annamayya, Sri Ramadasu and Shridi Sai, Tollywood's pride director K. Raghavendra Rao and Akkineni Nagarajuna team up together for one more Mythological visual wonder film 'Om Namo Venkatesaya'. It's a life history of Lord Venkateswara devotee Hathiram Baba who hails from North India to Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam to seek Lord Venkateswara and his blessing.
Tollywood King, Akkineni Nagarjuna played Hathiram Baba's role and Bollywood Television star Saurabh Raj Jain played Lord venkateswara's role. Anushka reprises Krishnamma role, one more devotee of Lord Venkateswara. Vimala Raman and Ashmita Karnani played Lakshmi Devi and Bhudevi respectively. Pragya Jaiswal did limited role.
Jagapathi Babu did a cameo role in this film. Sampath Raj, Rao Ramesh, Sai Kumar, Vennella Kishore, Brahmanandam, Raghu Babu, Ajay and others did as required.
Music composed by MM Keeravani is one of the biggest highlight in this Mythological film. Every song is a stepping stone for this devotional film. Background score has taken this film to next level. Movie is a visual treat and whole credit goes to cinematographer S. Gopal Reddy. The visuals are beautiful and CG work is excellent. Story is very conveniencing as it was written in the history. Screenplay is gripping and every audience will mesmerise with Om Namo Venkatesayya chanting. K. Raghavendra Rao done a fantastic job. He once again delivered a master piece to the Telugu audience.
Coming to the film, Tirumala Tirupathi Temple was showcased in a colourful way, The ambience around the Temple is perfect. Scenes of playing dice with Lord Venkateswara looks very cinematic but were showcased well. Saurabh Raj Jain really looked like Lord Venkateswara. He is an added asset for the film. Anushka's role Krishnamma is not worthy for her popularity.
King Nagarjuna has carried the whole film on his shoulders. He adds one more beautiful feather in his cap. K. Raghavendra Rao and Nagarjuna has proved once again that they together can deliver a master piece even after 20 years of 'Annamayya'.
Om Namo Venkateswara is a beautiful Visual treat film with heart touching songs and feel good emotions. A Must watch film for every Devotee.