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7'O Clock Movie Review

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7'O Clock
Cast:Mithun Tejaswi, Pooja Kanwal, Sneha
Direction:Santhosh Rai
Production:NM Suresh
Music:MS Madhukar
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13, February, 2006

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7'O Clock - Pleasant Viewing

Indiaglitz  [Tuesday, February 14, 2006]

It is a delectable film. The fine approach towards the film media, the neat narration, dialogues, music and performance is sure to conquer your attention. With the Valentine Day around the corner this film is a tribute from Thulaja Bhavani Creations.

The inspiration for this film is 'Beladingala Baale'. No doubt about it. But the sensible handling of subject and remaining alert till the last scene is the beauty of this debutant director.

The prank calls between Rahul and Nithya later transform in to love. Both are distant callers but they are close to heart. Nithya asks Rahul to come at a railway station at 7 O clock so that she can meet her. But the train is late by two hours. In the meantime Rahul mobile phone is stolen. Out of anxiety that he is not able to make it at the right time he gets down from the train to talk to Nithya but she is not at home. On the other hand Nithya and her sister Anu are waiting anxiously at 7 O clock at the railway station she has mentioned for Rahul. From here the anxiety builds up. Nithya (who does not have the habit of keeping mobile phone) and Rahul are very close but they do not recognise each other. The thief who has stolen the painting of Rahul in the train is caught and at this time Nithya notices that it is Rahul painting and feels that he is somewhere around. Her vigorous search does not yield results. Rahul is also frantically searching Nithya in the same railway station. What is more exciting is that Rahul has covered his blue shirt that he has mentioned from a black jacket. He enters in to a scuffule in a telephone booth and runaway from there when goons attack him. In his run for save of the life he meets with an accident. He is brought to the hospital where he meets doctor Sneha who is nothing but the companion for him in the train jouney he made to Goa for painting competition. Sneha claims that she is Nithya but Rahul finds the truth after a set back of loss of memory. But his parents force him to marry Sneha and Rahul reluctantly accepts. On the engagement day of Rahul and Sneha he finds Nithya. Thanks to thief Komal.

The gripping style of narration of the director is good in the second half.

Mithun Tejaswi has done a fine job. Pooja Kanwal looks like Chand Ka Tukda. Nithya and bublling with her natural screen presence. Sneha has got a long way to go. Komal 'steal' show with Sharan in comedy department.

Three out of five songs have been very well scored by Madhukar and Chandrasekhar camera work is splendid.

This is worth watching film.

Scoring 7/10


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