Synopsis/Plot : Varsha(Shalini Pandey) and Mahi (Rajtharun) are born on the same day and at the same time, at the same hospital, because of an accident. This accident is, however, only first of the many coincidences that will connect their fates throughout their lives. A beautiful tale of two star-crossed lovers filled with intersections full of connections.
Lacks The Verve And Intensity That This Romance Demanded!
Aiming to be an epic love story, Iddari Lokam Okate is let down by an uninspiring narration and the performances produce plastic emotions at best.(more)
Source: Bharath Vijayakumar, MovieCrow
Same Old Beat
"Iddari Lokam Okate" is not a bad film but what it lacks is freshness. Among Raj Tarun's recent outings, this one is better but this is not sufficient. Familiarity is the biggest drawback of this movie. (more)
Source: GreatAndhra, greatandhra.com
It's heart is in the right place!
The film is melodramatic, slow and for those who are a sucker for romantic tragedies. It's also refreshing to watch a film that does not stereotype women, glorify toxic masculinity or indulge in sexism, and yet manages to tell a heartwarming tale. Just don't go looking for the feel-good factor or lo...(more)
Source: Neeshita Nyayapati, Times Of India
Old school romance
Iddari Lokam Okkate is an old school romance that has a few moments here and there. The slow pace and predictable nature of the film bring the proceedings down. However, an emotional climax and lead pair�s chemistry makes things interesting. Watch it at your own risk and be ready for the dull romanc...(more)
Source: 123telugu Team, 123telugu.com
An old school romance
Over all the film is of routine concept which has hardly any moments here and there but the emotional content in the end is definitely worthwhile. Slow narration makes it a boring one otherwise it is an okay affair. May be an one time watch.(more)
Source: Telugumirchi Team, Telugumirchi.com
The kisses and the tears don't work
The film looks outdated. Stories such as this may have worked at one time but now there is demand for content that is credible and more relatable. Heart transplant to a lover is a too much of a coincidence. There isn't enough melodrama and the filmmaker attempts to woo a certain segment with many sm...(more)
Source: Sunita, The Hindu
|No.||Song Title||Lyric Writer||Performer(s)||Listen here|
|1||“You Are My Heart Beat”||Balaji||Anurag Kulkarni||Listen|
|2||“Ade Ooru ”||Listen|
|3||“La La La La”||Sreemani||Sameera Bharadwaj||Listen|
|5||“Hola Hola”||Shree Mani||Anurag Kulkarni, Aditi Bhavaraju|