Oosaravelli (2011)

Telugu 2 hrs 41 mins Comedy, Romance, Action
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Total Reviews: 6
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Average Critic Rating: (2.96)
Cast: NT Rama Rao Jr , Tamanna Bhatia
Director: Reddy Surender
Release Date: 06 Oct 2011

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Not that she made anything of it
HaribabuBolineni, Chirtamala
First half of the film is nice with decent entertainment. The foundation of the story which comes in the second half should have been stronger. However, the Tamanna’s story in the flashback episode is heartt-touching and emotional. The climax should have been crisp. The plus points of the movie are NTR and different screenplay. On the flipside, better care in terms of commercial elements would have done a world of good. On a whole, Oosaravelli is a different movie for NTR.
Idle Brain
Tony (Jr. N.T.R) is a guy, who does anything for money. He comes to Hyderabad in search of Niharika (Tamanna) and is all the time, back of her to ask her to love him. Meanwhile, he also turns an ‘Oosaravelli’ and goes on killing certain set of people. Till the second half, why Tony is killing people would not be revealed. After the flash back, then the climax and then is the entry of Prakash Raj as ‘Bhajju Bhai’. The story is a connect of one sequence to the other. It is better for me to not to reveal much more than this. The rest of the story is to be seen on screen
Andhra & Telangana Wishesh
Can be watched once
Great Andhra
It all begins well with a sidekick narrating the different traits of Tony to a thug who is in search of a heroic henchman in Mumbai.  Tony, for one, is a gutsy bod with deadly eyes, a Napoleanic heart and a neverwracking viscera. For another, Tony is a remarkable lover who would go to any extent for the sake of a promise he made to his sweetheart.  Who is Tony?  He is a well-built youth with a penchant for eliminating everyone in sight.  Like everybody else in this incongruent film, who kill ruthlessly. Oosaravelli begins on a high note, falters mid-way and descends into chaos later.
India Glitz
Watch it once!!