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O2 Movie Review & Ratings

O2 Movie Review: Lady Superstar Nayanthara is known for her female oriented movies as she has made many female centric movies now that she entered the digital space and her latest movie called O2 series premiered today June 17, 2022 on Disney + Hotstar with Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam audios, the trailer has raised the expectations, so without delay let us know whether the series is worth watching or not. Story Veera (Rithvik) who can’t breathe normally like we do because her mother tried a lot for her treatment and a doctor told her that she can get treatment in Cochi as she decided to go to Cochi from Coimboter in the night, unfortunately that night has changed his life, where the bus goes missing and the police start to find the bus, finally what happened to that bus is the rest of the story. Cast & Crew O2, a film starring Nayanthara, Ritvik and others, was directed by GS Viknesh, with cinematography by Thamizh A Azhagan, music by Vishal Chandrasekar, and produced by SR Prakash Babu and SR Prabhu under the Dream Warrior Pictures banner. The film was financed by Disney+ Hotstar. Movie Name O2 OTT Platform Disney+ Hotstar OTT Release Date Jun 17, 2022 Theatrical Release Date NA Director GS Viknesh Starring Nayanthara, Ritvik Language Tamil Film Industry Kollywood Movie Verdict O2 is an emotional thriller as the point seems very exciting and also the creators have partially succeeded in making the movie, the movie starts quite normally with the introduction of Nayantahra’a’s world and her son’s problem as the movie is a linear narrative. I found it to be a drawback for the movie, the movie gets boring at the start, but once the bus was gone. movies get interesting. The bus sequences are so well designed that they hooked the audience to watch the movie because initially, the conflict seems normal, but little by little it turned into an imaginable conflict, in the proceedings, the passengers begin to suffer from Oxegen, and finally, They start killing each other. another one for survival and those scenes came out pretty good but if we watch the whole movie it ended with a normal cliffhanger. The emotions have worked quite well and Nayanthara, as usual, did a fantastic job of brilliantly showing the struggle and suffering of a mother for her child, and the rest of the cast did their best. GS Viknesh has managed to engage the audience from start to finish. We can see some of his best writing in the movie and he has written some brilliant scenes that can bring out the emotions so well that all aspects fit together well, but still we feel that something is missing. even though the bus sequence is one of the best sequences because there are two emotions that we can see: the exciting passengers fight to survive and another is the emotion of the mother as she tries to save her son and both emotions land well . O2 is technically ok, visual effects could have been better, Thamizh A Azhagan’s cinematography is not up to scratch, survival thrillers need darker visuals, it just creates some interest to watch the movie and Vishal Chandrasekar has done a decent job creating an exciting background score and the rest of the technical departments did well. Finally, O2 is a decent survival thriller to watch, and the movie is currently streaming on Disney+ Hotstar. Rating: 3/5 Also read:

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