Starring : Avasarala Srinivas, Kajal Aggarwal, Nithya Menon, Regina Cassandra.
Director : Prashanth Varma
Production : Wallposter Cinema
Music Director : Mark K.Robin
Story (spoiler free):-
Kali (Kajal Aggarwal) is a young girl in pain who goes to a food court to celebrate her birthday with herself. She writes all the moments in a diary like book. There we get to find a chef (Priyadarshi) who has a emotional story with a fish and a tree and a small girl who is fascinated by the world of magic and who tries them with the customers and a bearer in coffee shop (Regina Cassandra) who is highly influential of drugs and rock music and then we come across the watchman of the food court (Srinivas Avasarala) who wants to meet his parents whom he missed in his childhood by inventing a time machine. How all the aspirations of the various people come together and form a single answer is the crux of story.
Awe can be said as psychological & fiction biography. This movie begins as an anthology with different set of characters and their backstories. This movie begins with some nice humorous moments and as the story proceeds it goes into serious mode until Ravi Teja’s voice over starts. One need to be very free of expectations to get entertained by a movie like this as it questions and exceeds your imagination. Nani and Ravi Teja’s voice overs are well etched and they provide some humorous moments to audience. Writer and Director Prasanth Varma has done a fantastic work for his debut film which may become one of the best debut films. He is very lucky enough to get Natural Star Nani as his support system to make his movie in an uncompromising way and for getting his vision on screen in such a brilliant way. To sum up, Awe is a new kind of cinema we get to see and may appeal to a very limited set of audience.
Mana Reporter Rating: 3/5