O Pitta Katha is directed by Chendu Muddhu. The film is produced by Anand Prasad Anand Prasad has made his unique identity as a pro >> Read More... . The music composition is by Praveen Lakkaraju Praveen Lakkaraju is a Telugu music composer who a >> Read More... . The cinematography is by Sunil Kumar N and editing is by Venkata Prabhu. The movie has the star cast of Viswant Duddumpudi, Sanjay Rao, Nithya Shetty Nithya Shetty from Hyderabad is a South Indian act >> Read More... and “ Brahmaji Brahmaji is a popular Indian movie actor mostly kn >> Read More... .”
Venkatalakshmi lives in a small town with her father. Prabhu, who is her father's colleague falls for Venkatalakshmi. Venkatalakshmi comes to know this and she is surprised as she too had a crush on him. When the duo carries out their romantic life, Krish a guy intervenes. He is also in love with Venkatalakshmi. When he comes to know that Prabhu and Venkatalakshmi are in love, he decides to pull them apart. Meanwhile, Venkatalakshmi is kidnapped and left everyone shocked. Who is the kidnapper? What is Krish’s role in this kidnap? Watch the movie to know the rest.
Vishwant did a good job. He has got a lot of space to showcase his acting ability and he used it well. Sanjay Rao had done justice to the given role. Nithya Shetty has come with a neat performance and she is cute too. The chemistry between Nithya and Vishwant is also impressive, but not their romantic portions.
The script is not new and it is the usual plot, but the screenplay and the execution are the things that make the difference. The director has executed it well with a good amount of thrills and twists. The interval sequence is also neatly executed and the flashback scenes are designed well. Similarly, there are some unwanted scenes inserted to create some attention. Instead of creating attention, it irked the audience. The romantic scenes are not much impressive. However, the chemistry worked well. The music, the visuals and production values are good. But, the editing should have been better.
What's Not There?
O Pitta Katha is a good thriller with some engaging scenes towards the climax. Although it has some negative points, it could be watched for performance and execution.