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16 Feb, 2018
1 hrs 55 mins
62,382 votes
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Awe! is a set of seven stories played by different artists who are connected to each other by a common factor. How are they connected to each other and how does it affect their lives individually forms the crux of the story.
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Verdict: A new and interesting story elevated by great performances and direction. Awe has an ensemble cast of Kajal Aggarwal, Nithya Menen, Regina Cassandra, Eesha Rebba, Srinivas Avasarala, Murli Sharma, Priyadarshi, Devadarshini and voice-overs by Nani and Ravi Teja. The movie has been directed by debutante Prashanth Varma. The cinematography has been handled by Karthik Gattamaneni […... ...Read full review
Awe is 115 minutes of pure brilliance, beautifully woven together by its cast and crew. The biker girl/psychiatrist (Nithya Menen), the girl-next-door (Esha Reba), the chef (Priyadarshi), the magician (Murali Sharma) and a drug addict (Regina Cassandra) - Awe is the story of these five characters. The title track introduces us to each of them vis animation and even before the film begins in earnest, we are hooked. ...Read full review
The only way Prasanth could have made the audience care less about the quality of the production is by making them care more about the story and characters in it. He had to write a strong script filled with interesting characters, intriguing situations and backed it up with a gripping narration. And Awe is exactly that. ...Read full review
Awe! is a compilation of multiple stories unfolding simultaneously. Weirdly, the stories all take place at one food court, Theres a girl, who is trying to convince her parents about her lesbian lover, there is a boy who is creating a time machine so he can go back in time and reverse the death of his parents. An arrogant magician is not ready to accept that there is trickster better than him until he is challenged. ...Read full review
The story of the flick revolves around a wannabe couple, a chef, a dope attic, a woman and a hopeful time traveller. Much similar to the lines of Chandamama Kadhalu, Awe runs on a thread of multiple individual short stories narrated independently, but eventually form a connecting point between one another at some point of the time. ...Read full review
Seven stories. 115 minutes. One common thread. And a thrilling climax. If Prasanth Varmas directorial debut Awe! leaves you perplexed, then you are not alone. It is a film which not only pushes the envelope in terms of what is acceptable to do within the realm of Telugu cinema but also poses a huge challenge before us. ...Read full review
Radha( Eesha Rebba), Krish( Nithya Menen), Siva( Srinivas Avasarala) and Meera(Regina) are people with different mindsets who are held up with their own tensions in life. In between all this, Kali(Kajal Aggarwal) enters the scene with her own set of problems. All these people are connected through an interesting storyline which is only revealed during the climax. Well, how all this is showcased through an interesting screenplay forms the rest of the story. ...Read full review
AWE is a film that will split the audiences the twists of its plot will either impress you or drive you crazy! Many out of the box films fail in convincing audience about their core concept, but that is where exactly AWE scores big. After building up enough curiosity with initial scenes, once the director discloses the surprise factor, many movies fizzle out but AWE arrests audience after revealing what it is about. ...Read full review
Kali (Kajal Aggarwal) is apparently on the verge of taking a catastrophic decision. A gloomy soul, she is visibly devastated. A youngster (Eesha Rebba) is waiting for her lover to turn up at a restaurant for her parents to see the person. But when the special one turns up, the parents are shell-shocked. ...Read full review
Actor Nanis latest production Awe stirred up curiosity for the way it was promoted without revealing the plot, especially with a debutant director at the helm and a few big names in its cast. The film, though, fails to live up to this. It introduces us to a series of characters who have nothing to do with each other. ...Read full review