Oka Laila Kosam (2014)

Telugu 2 hrs 30 mins Romance, Comedy
90 %
Total Reviews: 10
Sahi: 9 Nahi: 1

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Average Critic Rating: (2.92)
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Touching, but falls short of leaving a special impression.
Cine Outlook
It is a ‘watch with family’ entertainer A clean and cool film will be liked by all Akkineni fans
Telugu Mirchi
All in all, OLK is a film where Chai shows flashes of good talent once again after Manam.  However, barring a few wellcrafted scenes and nice visuals, the film lacks a strong story to keep the story going.  Once watchable for the taking.
India Glitz
Oka Laila Kosam movie can be seen once. Rating: 3/5 For more updates stay tuned to iluvcinema.in Oka Laila Kosam Movie Review & Rating was last modified: October 17th, 2014 by Raghu
I Luv Cinema
In a situation where there are very less hit flicks in Tollywood, “Oka Laila Kosam” may turned out to be a collections churner at the box office
Chirtamala
OLK is just OK!
Gulte
Karthik (Naga Chaitanya) is a handsome guy who is born rich and completes his studies abroad. After completing his studies, he comes back to India and he spots Nandu (Pooja Hegde) and falls in love with her instantly. He tries to impress her but whenever he meets her, Karthik ends up with a bad experience. Then Karthik finally decides and proposes to Nandu. She rejects him straight away. The biggest twist comes when Karthik’s parents gets him engaged to her. The rest of the story is about how Karthik impresses Nandu and wins her love. Watch it on big screen to know what happens next
Andhra & Telangana Wishesh
OLK actually has some obliging situations and interesting pair but regrettably the screenplay and treatment have no idea what to do with them. First half of the film is flat, whereas the drama in the second half doesn’t hold. The outcome is yet another case of “had potential couldn't deliver”, a syndrome that Telugu cinema is blight with for quite some time now. To cut the long story short, “Oka Laila Kosam” starts promisingly, bringing on some grins, but those grins vanish faster than it takes to “say cheese”.
AP Herald
Colourful love story
Great Andhra
Oka Laila Kosam is a kind of script that works only with magic moments and a gripping screenplay. Some of the moments in the film are good. But an engaging screenplay is required for the second half to work well. The climax of the film is nice. Plus points of the film are Naga Chaitanya and Pooja Hegde. The success of the film depends on how youth and family crowds embrace it.
Idle Brain