Starring: Ram Charan Tej, Genelia, Shazahn Padamsee
Director: Bommarillu Bhaskar
Banner: Anjana Productions
Music: Harris Jayraj
Finally, the wait is over. The much awaited film of the season ‘Orange’ is released world widely with 700 prints in 1000 theaters. Being Ram Charan’s immediate film after his mega block-buster hit Magadheera, the expectations of the film went to peaks. Genelia played the lady love of Ram Charan in the film. Here is the detailed analysis of ‘Orange’ for you.
Ram (Ram Charan Tej) is a photographer and falls for Jaanu (Genelia) in the very first look. Janu is a crazy lady who wants to fall in love. Puppy (Brahmanandham) is Genelia’s uncle. Prakash Raj is an Australian police. Manjula and Sanjay Swarup are Ram’s sister and brother-in-law respectively. After Jaanu falls in love with Ram, Ram says that love does not exist forever and so he can love her for only few days. Listening to this, Jaanu tries to avoid him but Ram still follows her. What was the reason for Ram believing in short love? Will Ram change himself finally and how do their love story ends is the rest of the story to be watched on screen.
Ram Charan completely different to previous films. He looked much stylish and Genelia’s energetic characterization is a plus.
Brahmanandam’s comedy as Puppy and Genelia’s energy are the main highlight
Greatly picturised songs, Visual feast for the audience but no great steps by Charan.
Second half slows down the film.
Shazahn Padamsee looked good opposite Charan and Rooba Rooba song well shot.
An unconvincing flash back is a negative point for the film
Logical conversations before the climax are well presented. However it lacked clarity.
The movie is strictly for A centers with no mass elements. Especially the youngsters can enjoy the film. Bhaskar tried a different concept, a risky and sensitive subject. Though the film drags down in second half he finally convinces well. Overall, not a high range but an above average range flick.