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Aa Okkati Adakku Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, May 3, 2024 • தமிழ் ]
Aa Okkati Adakku Review
Chilaka Productions
Allari Naresh, Faria Abdullah, Vennela Kishore, Jamie Lever, Viva Harsha, Ariyana Glory
Malli ankam
Rajiv Chilaka
Gopi Sundar

Aa Okkati Adakku Movie Review

Aa Okkati Adakku revolves around a young man whose marriage is delayed due to various circumstances, leading to societal stigma surrounding his bachelorhood at a late age. The film explores the challenges he faces and how he navigates through them, making for an intriguing narrative.


Ghana (Allari Naresh), a government employee working at the Marriage Registrar Office, lives with his mother, younger brother, sister-in-law, and a child. Despite his efforts, he faces obstacles in getting married, making his marital status a topic of discussion.

As circumstances push him towards marriage, the story unfolds to reveal how he navigates through this decision. The involvement of Siddhi (Fiara Abdullah), a beautiful girl, and CI Surya Nayak (Ajay) adds depth to the narrative, forming the crux of the story.

Aa Okkati Adakku Movie Review


Allari Naresh delivers a performance that suits him perfectly. His body language, dialogue delivery, expressions, and emotions are on point. However, the role doesn't offer him the opportunity to elevate it to the next level. Additionally, the dialogues written for him lack the situational and witty one-liners he is known for.

Fiara Abdullah's performance is adequate. While she appears on screen intermittently, her presence feels somewhat disconnected from the narrative, and she seems to merely go through the motions.

Jamie Lever, making her debut, impresses with her performance. She effectively portrays her character through her body language, expressions, and dialogue delivery. However, her character could have been written in a more engaging manner to enhance her impact.

Vennela Kishore, Shakalaka Shankar, and Viva Harsha fail to bring humor to their roles. Ajay shines in his role as a cop, while Murali Sharma and Gauthami make impactful appearances in cameos. Others like Anish Kuruvilla, Rajeev Kanakala, Raghu Babu, Goparaju Ramana, and Ariyana Glory perform according to the requirements of their roles.

Aa Okkati Adakku Movie Review

Malli Ankam attempts to send a message to society by highlighting the frauds in matrimonial sites and the plight of innocent victims. While the idea is commendable, his execution falls short. His screenplay and direction fail to utilize even a fraction of Allari Naresh's comedic timing, a major drawback of the film.

The predictability of the plot and the lack of freshness in the narrative hinder the film's overall impact. While the interval twist is noteworthy, the first half focuses on entertainment, while the second half takes a more serious tone. However, this shift fails to salvage the stale plot.

Gopi Sunder's songs and music are underwhelming, with only a few exceptions providing any entertainment value. Surprisingly, even the background score fails to leave a mark, appearing loud and out of sync with the narrative. Editing by Chota K Prasad could have been crisper, as the slow pace and repetitive scenes test the viewers' patience. Nonetheless, the production values are commendable.

Aa Okkati Adakku Movie Review


Aa Okkati Adakku, featuring Allari Naresh, raised expectations among audiences. However, Malli Ankam, the director, failed to recreate the magic of the yesteryear classic. His screenplay and direction fell short, presenting a stale story that failed to captivate viewers.

Rating: 2 / 5.0

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