Review : Awe is an experiment Movie

Review :


Movie Name : Awe
Movie Cast : Avasarala Srinivas, Kajal Aggarwal, Nithya Menon, Regina Cassandra
Director : Prashanth Varma
Music Director : Mark K.Robin
Production Company : Wall poster Cinema
Release Date : February 16, 2018 Rating : 3.05/5

Reviewed by Legandarywood Team


Awe is an experiment Movie

Awe is an experiment Movie


Natural Star Nani’s production venture, Awe, promises to be something different from regular movies. The trailer & first look posters looked fresh and raised many eyebrows. The film has finally hit the screens today and let’s check whether it lives up to its expectations or not.

Story :

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…

Plus Points:

Actors performances
Voiceovers of Nani and Ravi Teja


Minus Points:

A few patchy scenes in the first half slow down the tempo of the movie.
The movie runs on a complex story line which may leave a few people confused about the actual plot.


Technical Aspects :

This movie has a single song which comes at climax, justifying all the characters and it supports and carries the mood well. Background score by Mark is superb throughout the movie.
Cinematography is fantastic and the visuals and frames the movie has are good to eye. Editing is good.
Art department has a lot to do in these types of movies and they succeeded in proving their mettle. Production values are apt.



Awe is an experiment Movie & It throws normal movie making out of the window. The movie runs on different genres and will clearly not go well with the B and C center audience. Concept-based films are the need of the hour in Tollywood and this film is for those who complain Tollywood does not make hate movies. If a really different and unique film is all you want to see, Awe is the one to watch out for this weekend. Rating : 3.05/5

Reviewed by Legandarywood Team


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