Ram Pothineni is back to the big screens with Vunnai Okkate Zindagi this Friday. The star who is known for his energy onscreen is joining hands with Kishore Tirumala after their hit film Nenu Sailaja. Vunnadi Okkate Zindagi also has Lavanya Tripathi and Anupama Parameshwaran. The movie is said to celebrate friendship and love. Check out five reasons why you should watch it.
A Tollywood star who began his career when he was 16 years old, is known for his share of successes and failures. But his energy on screen has never been debated upon and as a lead singer of rock band, his role in Vunnadi Okkate Zindagi seems like a perfect fit for the 28-year-old actor. Also, this is his comeback to the big screen after his 2016 film Hyper.
Kishore Tirumala debuted as a director in Telugu with hit movie Second Hand in 2013. The streak continued with Nenu Sailaja, which also had Ram in the lead. Known for tales that revolve around core emotions and human relationships, the duo are coming back with Vunnadi Okkate Zindagi, which translates to ‘you only have one life’.
Vunnadi Okkate Zindagi is supposed to be a celebration of friendship, with the dynamics between Ram’s character and his friend played Sree Vishnu forming an important part of the story. With the songs also hinting a strong bromance on screen, Vunnadi Okkate Zindagi seems to promise some feel-good moments.
A love triangle?
The film has two beautiful ladies Anupama Parameshwaran and Lavanya Tripathi playing the leads. While Anupama essays the role of a subtle, graceful Maha, Lavanya is the happy-go-lucky Maggie. The movie is said to be heavy on romance, but is a love triangle involved? Watch it to get the answer.
Watch the trailer here:
Devi Shree Prasad’s music
Devi Shree Prasad is popular for his peppy tunes and numbers. In fact he has earned the name of a rockstar, thanks to his jive-worthy numbers. Who can be a better choice for a movie that centres around romance, friendship and college life? Songs like “Trendu Marina”, “What Amma” and “Life s a Rainbow” are already chartbusters.