Oye Ninne

Oye Ninne is an 2017 Indian Telugu-language romantic drama film directed by debutante Satyam Challakoti and starring newcomers Margani Bharat and Srushti Dange.[1]

Oye Ninne
Directed bySatyam Challakoti
Produced byVamsi Krishna Srinivas
Starring
Music byShekar Chandra
Edited byMarthand K. Venkatesh
Release date
  • 6 October 2017 (2017-10-06)
Running time
118 minutes
CountryIndia
LanguageTelugu

CastEdit

ProductionEdit

Politician Margani Bharat landed the lead role after meeting Vamsi Krishna Srinivas at a beauty pageant, in which Bharat was one of the judges. Bharat shed eighteen kilograms to portray his role in the film.[2] Tamil actress Srushti Dange made her lead Telugu debut with this film.[3] The film was scheduled to release in October.[4] The film's title Oye Ninne refers to the way in which the hero calls the heroine.[5]

SoundtrackEdit

Oye Ninne
Soundtrack album by
Released
  • 2017 (2017)
Recorded2017
GenreSoundtrack
Length14:25
ProducerShekar Chandra
Shekar Chandra chronology
Andhhagadu
(2017)
Oye Ninne
(2017)
Howrah Bridge
(2018)

The songs were composed by Shekar Chandra.[6][7]

No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1."Manasa Manasa" Anurag Kulkarni, Harini3:37
2."Anukunnadhi Chestham"Ramajogayya SastryRamajogayya Sastry3:08
3."Venkatesa" Shekar Chandra3:08
4."Etuvaipo" Chaitra H. G.4:32
Total length:14:25

ReleaseEdit

The Times of India gave the film a rating of two-and-a-half out of five stars and wrote that "Watch the movie if you’re in for a feel-good film that explores relationships on a relatable level and has beautifully rustic visuals".[8] Telangana Today stated that "The film is narrated from the hero’s point of view and every time it takes a leap, the narration keeps the audience gripped".[9] New Indian Express gave the film a rating of two out of five stars and wrote that "Oye Ninne is the recycled version of many old films that portrayed the bava-maradhalu romance for decades now".[10] In addition to this, the movie faced criticism for normalizing, and even validating, rape and child abuse.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Adivi, Sashidhar (September 30, 2017). "A cute family entertainer". Deccan Chronicle.
  2. ^ "Rajamahendravaram boy, Bharat Margani turns hero with Oye Ninne - Times of India". The Times of India.
  3. ^ "Tamil tongue in Maratha cheek". The New Indian Express.
  4. ^ "Oye… Ninne gearing for an October release - Times of India". The Times of India.
  5. ^ "Bharat: Oye Ninne is a relatable father-son drama - Times of India". The Times of India.
  6. ^ "Singing is just a pastime for me, but i would love to do it often: Ram Jogayya Sastry - Times of India". The Times of India.
  7. ^ "Oye Ninney - All Songs - Download or Listen Free - JioSaavn" – via www.jiosaavn.com.
  8. ^ "Oye Ninne Movie Review {2.5/5}: Critic Review of Oye Ninne by Times of India" – via timesofindia.indiatimes.com.
  9. ^ Tanmayi, AuthorBhawana. "Oye Ninne: Old wine in new bottle". Telangana Today.
  10. ^ "Oye Ninne: A recycled romedy". The New Indian Express.

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