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Om Namo Venkatesaya: Movie Review

Om Namo Venkatesaya: Movie Review

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“Nagarjuna Delivers Mesmerising Performances”

The Tollywood superstar Akkineni Nagarjuna matches up with the expectations of his fans by his new devotional movie Om Namo Venkatesaya which has a grand release this Friday. In the movie Om Namo Venkatesaya, Nagarjuna delivers everlasting performance.

The actor obviously looks remarkable in his most of the devotional movies and indeed Om Namo Venkatesaya is no differences. And this time the actor is a usual self in the devotional movie Om Namo Venkatesaya.

Nagarjuna’s role in Om Namo Venkatesaya is very similar like he earlier had on his other religious films including, ‘Ramadasu’ and ‘Annamayya’. This time Akkineni also steals the show with his unique form of real acting.

Om Namo Venkatesaya: Movie Review

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However the female leads, Anushka and Pragya don’t have much to do in the movie Om Namo Venkatesaya but still, Anushka did justice to her role. Anushka’s sizzling chemistry with Nag is display on the movie Om Namo Venkatesaya which is spellbound.

The movie is just another trademark devotional film by Raghavendra Rao. The movie is pretty much can be touted as a musical film as the film is having some melodious and soothing songs which are also composed in the movie.

The TV actor Saurabh Raj Jain who plays the role of Lord Venkateswara is delivering an unmatched performance indeed praiseworthy. With Om Namo Venkatesaya Saurabh is also making his debut in Tollywood and despite he doesn’t know Telugu superbly delivers his dialogue.

Jagapathi Babu appears in a surprise cameo which will be work as a treat for audiences. Om Namo Venkatesaya focuses on the story which a devotee shares with his god.


When we speak about Nag’s films and his performance we often say “one of the career best performances” he delivers in his movies. And on seeing his acting in the melodrama we can say literally Nagarjuna’s performance truly lives up to such statements. In Annamaya and Ramadasu his acting was superb and in Om Namo Venkatesaya just “history repeats itself”.

Sourabh Raaj Jain as Lord Balaji is a fabulous choice and on seeing himself on the screen it looks so real. Anushka as Krishnamma did justice to her role. Pragya Jaiswal as Raam’s sister-in-law got a smaller role but it was dignified. Jagapathi Babu was a pleasant surprise for his fans.

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In this movie, the director K.Raghavendra Rao sticks to his devotional point so it is a hardcore godly movie. The movie depicts the story of devotee Hathiram who smartly handles the script and it will be splendour for eyes to watch the film.

Story wise and acting wise the film is one of the best of 2017. After a long time, it will be also wonderful to see a devotional movie features no one else Nagarjuna in the titular role. No wonder why the film is having a massive response from the fans and good feedback.

Film: Om Namo Venkatesaya

Star Cast: Akkineni Nagarjuna, Saurabh Raj, Anushka Shetty and Jagapathi Babu

Director: Raghavendra Rao

Rating: 3/5

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  1. Swami Devotee

    I would like to post this message to Nagarjuna Garu and Raghavendra Rao Garu.

    We live in US since last 20 years and I had watched the Om Namo venkatesaya with my 8 year old son and wanted to show him Tirupathi and how God shows his grace for his divotees. But I don’t think I can take my 15 year old boy to this movie who would mock me for the Vulgar song u had included in a devotional movie.
    I’m really sorry to make this comment, as my heart aches when you take us to a trance about God and bring us back to a vulgar song.
    I’m a devotional person and chant God in all my day to day activities in spite of my busy schedule.
    You had done the same mistake in Annamayya and SriRamadasu. I would not dare to see the movies again due to the vulgar songs ,but I listen to the devotional songs everyday.
    I’m sure this movie also will fall into the same pattern. People will listen to the songs 10 years from now, but will not watch the movie, because it takes away the pleasant feeling of God’s grace in the movie.
    Please sir, come out of the trans that people will watch only if there is vulgar Scene or song. Dr Vishwanath garu had proved it.

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