Om Namo Venkatesaya Movie Review

Published On: February 10, 2017   |   Posted By:

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Movie title:- Om Namo Venkatesaya

Banner:- Sai Krupa Entertainment

Release date:-10.02.2017

Censor Rating:-“U”

Cast:- Nagarjuna, Anushka, Pragya Jaiswal,Vimala Raman,Jagapathibabu, Rao Ramesh,Brahmanandam,Raghu Babu,Prudhviraj, Saurabh Raj Jain,Aditya Menon

Directed by:- K.Raghavendra Rao

Story:-J K Bharavi

Screenplay:-K.Raghavendra Rao

Script prepared by:- J K Bharavi

Dialogues:-J K Bharavi

Music:-M M Keeravani

Cinematography:-S Gopal Reddy

Editing:- K.Vikram Kumar

Producer:- A Mahesh Reddy

Run Time:-144 Minutes duration


This is the story of Hathiram Bhavaji(Nagarjuna),a Great devotee of Lord Venkateswara who is very much interested to see Lord Venkateswara.His guru(Sai kumar) advises him to study about the god to recognize him. So Hathiram Bhavaji goes through All the ancient Scriptures and goes on meditation for many days to reach his God.Accepting his staunch desire Lord reaches him as a Child but Hathiram mistakes this boy as doing some mischief and drives him away. Then on wards his determination to reach Tirupathi from Rajasthan,How he reaches,What hurdles he faces during his journey are to be seen on the silver screen.

J K Bharavi who has written for Nagarjuna’s mythological/Devotional  hits once again shown his talent with excellent dialogues.The screenplay and direction are the plus points for the movie since veteran K Raghavendra Rao handled them both. Nagarjuna is very impressive as a devotee of Lord Venkateswara, The role of Lord Venkateswara was perfectly enacted by Saurabh Raj Jain.All others have done well their given roles.S Gopal Reddy handled well the camera. 4 songs are melodious tuned by M M Keeravani who has given melodious Back ground music. Crispy editing done by K.Vikram Kumar.

This can be rated as an above average movie which is presented well on the celluloid by Nagarjuna and K.Raghavendra Rao. Last 30 minutes of the movie is very interesting with excellent climax.

This is a once see movie which is in par with Nagarjuna’s previous movies ‘Annamayya’ and ‘Sri Ramadasu’.


good screenplay/direction


Nagarjuna’s action

Saurabh Raj Jain as Lord Venkateswara