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'Oka Laila Kosam' Review: Cute Love Story
'Oka Laila Kosam' Review: Cute Love Story
'Oka Laila Kosam' Review: Cute Love Story
'Oka Laila Kosam' Review: Cute Love Story
'Oka Laila Kosam' Review: Cute Love Story
'Oka Laila Kosam' Review: Cute Love Story
'Oka Laila Kosam' Review: Cute Love Story
'Oka Laila Kosam' Review: Cute Love Story

Oka Laila Kosam Review: Cute Love Story 

 

 

 

After Manam, Nagarjuna Akkineni produces yet another film, this time for his son Naga Chaitanya. While Manam was a unique story told convincingly, Oka Laila Kosam is a fresh approach to a quintessential love story. Well, a love story is a love story. The only difference would be in the way it is handled and that’s where Vijay Kumar Konda succeeds. Let’s check out the story…

 

Story:

The film opens with a scene reminiscent of Nagarjuna’s Geetanjali where Karthik (Naga Chaitanya) graduates from a leading business school. But instead of taking up a job with an MNC, he decides to take time off and spend a year trying to figure out what exactly he wants to do with his life. Of course, his father (Suman) is not very happy, but gives in to his son’s wish. So, off goes Karthik to picture postcard locations in Europe, sings a peppy number and on his way back, sees Nandu (Pooja Hedge) and its love at first sight for him. Meanwhile, he decides to write a book Oka Laila Kosam like all yuppie professionals these days. And not before long, he spots Nandu again. But much as Karthik tries to impress her, things don’t go his way and Nandu does not fall for him. In a strange twist, their families end up fixing their match and they are engaged. While Karthik is ecstatic, Nandu is disappointed. Will she accept Karthik’s love or will they part ways forms the rest of the story.

The film opens with a scene reminiscent of Nagarjuna’s Geetanjali where Karthik (Naga Chaitanya) graduates from a leading business school. But instead of taking up a job with an MNC, he decides to take time off and spend a year trying to figure out what exactly he wants to do with his life. Of course, his father (Suman) is not very happy, but gives in to his son’s wish. So, off goes Karthik to picture postcard locations in Europe, sings a peppy number and on his way back, sees Nandu (Pooja Hedge) and its love at first sight for him. Meanwhile, he decides to write a book Oka Laila Kosam like all yuppie professionals these days. And not before long, he spots Nandu again. But much as Karthik tries to impress her, things don’t go his way and Nandu does not fall for him. In a strange twist, their families end up fixing their match and they are engaged. While Karthik is ecstatic, Nandu is disappointed. Will she accept Karthik’s love or will they part ways forms the rest of the story. - See more at: http://www.greatandhra.com/movies/reviews/oka-laila-kosam-review-cute-love-story-60654.html#sthash.QezmXT6N.dpuf

Story:
The film opens with a scene reminiscent of Nagarjuna’s Geetanjali where Karthik (Naga Chaitanya) graduates from a leading business school. But instead of taking up a job with an MNC, he decides to take time off and spend a year trying to figure out what exactly he wants to do with his life. Of course, his father (Suman) is not very happy, but gives in to his son’s wish. So, off goes Karthik to picture postcard locations in Europe, sings a peppy number and on his way back, sees Nandu (Pooja Hedge) and its love at first sight for him. Meanwhile, he decides to write a book Oka Laila Kosam like all yuppie professionals these days. And not before long, he spots Nandu again. But much as Karthik tries to impress her, things don’t go his way and Nandu does not fall for him. In a strange twist, their families end up fixing their match and they are engaged. While Karthik is ecstatic, Nandu is disappointed. Will she accept Karthik’s love or will they part ways forms the rest of the story.

- See more at: http://www.greatandhra.com/movies/reviews/oka-laila-kosam-review-cute-love-story-60654.html#sthash.QezmXT6N.dpuf
Story:
The film opens with a scene reminiscent of Nagarjuna’s Geetanjali where Karthik (Naga Chaitanya) graduates from a leading business school. But instead of taking up a job with an MNC, he decides to take time off and spend a year trying to figure out what exactly he wants to do with his life. Of course, his father (Suman) is not very happy, but gives in to his son’s wish. So, off goes Karthik to picture postcard locations in Europe, sings a peppy number and on his way back, sees Nandu (Pooja Hedge) and its love at first sight for him. Meanwhile, he decides to write a book Oka Laila Kosam like all yuppie professionals these days. And not before long, he spots Nandu again. But much as Karthik tries to impress her, things don’t go his way and Nandu does not fall for him. In a strange twist, their families end up fixing their match and they are engaged. While Karthik is ecstatic, Nandu is disappointed. Will she accept Karthik’s love or will they part ways forms the rest of the story. - See more at: http://www.greatandhra.com/movies/reviews/oka-laila-kosam-review-cute-love-story-60654.html#sthash.QezmXT6N.dpuf


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