Nani's AWE Movie Review!!

Updated By VankayaFri, 02/16/2018 - 18:52
AWE Movie Review

We always try to be like someone, we know or a complete stranger, whom we admire.  At times, those traits come out from within without us knowing it completely. And we start feeling, did I do it? How could I? Did I say that, how could I? Such personalities exist within each of us and we try to hide them behind our wisdom and social responsibility. What if they attack us all, at a time? Can we escape from them without submitting to them? Can we find a new world where everything can co-exist? 


Kali (Kajal Aggarwal) comes to a coffee shop and she is struggling within herself, to take one decision. Radha (Eesha Rebba) is waiting for Krishna (Nithya Menen) to ask for the permission of her parents, to marry.  Shiva (Avasarala Srinivas) tries to come up with a time machine to meet his parents. He meets a stranger on wheel-chair, Parvathi, who asks him to stop inventing the time machine. 

Meera (Regina Cassandra) is addicted to drugs and she plans to steel money. Who are all these people? How are they connected? What happened actually? Were they successful in what they do? Watch movie for the answers ..

Performances ::

Kajal Aggarwal did her best to hold the interest together. Even though she is the focal point of the movie, all others, Nithya Menen, Eesha Rebba, Regina Cassandra, Murali Sharma and Priyadarshi did  put their best foot forward. 

Everyone in this film did their best and we connect with each and every character. Even the background actors in the film have  specific characters and they did their best. Nani and Ravi Teja, gave best performances even with the voice overs. 


Karthik Ghattamaneni is the major highlight of the film. He gives the background sets, a character with the brilliant color schemes and lighting. This will definitely be regarded as one of his best works. 

Editor, Gautham Nerusu did a fantastic job with cutting the film. There is lighter moment in this concept based film and his edit is one of his best works. 

Music by Mark Robin, is really soothing. His song and back ground score are the best assets in the film. The way he uses bass player and different instruments for different themes in the story are highly exemplary. 

Writer and Director, Prashanth Verma, digs deep into the human psychology to define the characters and stays true to them.  He chose an amazingly out-of-box concept to create a deep analysis of human psychology and frustrations within them. What happens when you're completely depressed, how can you dig deeper to find the strength? He discussed those concepts without deviating much from the subject.


Mesmerising Cinematography

Involving Background score

Measured Performances.  

Good Direction.


Confusion in the narration

Too heavy handed story telling..


The movie belongs to a different class from what we see regularly.  It drives dwell deep into psychology of a character with concepts that involve us into the setting. But his approach being heavy handed and mostly inclined towards those who try to involve into the movie and catch all the details. So, it may not be such a box office force but it is a kind of film that will help many young makers to think in alternate direction to make films rather than usual way. 

Rating: 2.5/5 

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