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Oh Manapenne! movie review: This remake reminds us why we loved Pelli Choopulu

It appears there may be an innate profit in remaking movies which might be older than 5 years. When filmmakers remake a preferred movie, which is comparatively new, it comes with some important challenges. The movie remains to be recent within the reminiscence of the viewers. And any missteps within the remake that hurts the reminiscence of the beloved authentic won’t be handled kindly. It additionally requires an terrible quantity of authentic pondering on the a part of the filmmakers when it comes to the remedy, staging and efficiency of actors.

A bit of older movie, nonetheless, makes the method so much simpler for the filmmakers. Many are unlikely to vividly bear in mind the unique. So the foggy reminiscence really works in favour of the remake. Instead of invoking deep evaluation and comparability, a nicely made frame-by-frame remake would remind us why we loved the unique movie within the first place. Case in level — Oh Manapenne!.

Director Kaarthikk Sundar and screenwriter Deepak Sundarrajan have been intelligent with the title. The movie’s identify is impressed by AR Rahman’s hit romantic monitor Omana Penne from Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa. In the track, Omana Penne is used as a time period of endearment. The movie’s title, nonetheless, actually means ‘Oh, the bride’. Kaarthikk and Deepak keep the identical zappy vitality, coupled with a breezy tone all through the movie. And the lion’s credit score for making this remake work goes to their well-thought-out casting decisions.

Harish Kalyan and Priya Bhavani Shankar are straightforward on the eyes. And additionally, they bring about a modern, fashionable and refreshing attraction to the movie, one thing just like what Vijay Deverakonda and Ritu Varma achieved in Pelli Choopulu.

Oh Manapenne! is streaming on Disney Plus Hotstar.

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