Oh Baby

Starring : Samantha AKkineni, Naga Shaurya, Rajendraprasad, Lakshmi

Director : B. V. Nandini Reddy

Producers : D. Suresh Babu, Sunitha Tati

Music Director : Mickey J. Meyer

Release Date : 5th July 2019

Espicy Rating:

BV Nandini Reddy's directorial venture Oh Baby starring Samantha Akkineni, Naga Shaurya, Lakshmi and Rajendra Prasad, is a remake of the South Korean film Miss Granny. Finally, the movie has hit the theatres today on 5th July. Let’s see the story of Oh Baby.

Story: 

70 years old Baby ( Lakshmi ) is a foul-mouthed, stubborn and shameless lady. She has a difficult relationship with her daughter-in-law. She was forced to leave the house but she finds herself transported to the body of a 20-year-old girl (Samantha) when she comes out of the studio. What happens next, form the rest of the story.

Plus Points:

·Samantha 

·Cinematography

·Entertainment 

·Direction 

·Rajendra Prasad 

·Lakshmi 

·Rao Ramesh 

·Climax 

Minus Points:

·Second half lengthy

Performance: 

Samantha Akkineni carries the weight of Oh baby on her shoulders. Her performance is highlighted in the movie.  Oh Baby has a cheerful, fun-filled, lighter vein act from Samantha Akkineni. The beautiful actress has perfected the bubbly act. The small emotional moments are also well covered. Naga Shaurya has a decent role. Jagapathi Babu as God is good.  Lakshmi, Rajendra Prasad, Rao Ramesh, Teja Sajja and Pragathi have equally done well.

Technical: 

Despite being a remake, the plus point Oh Baby is that the movie carries is the refreshing plot it offers. The music of Oh baby given by Mickey J Mayer is good. The background score is pleasing. The cinematography is exquisite. The movie bears a vibrant and glossy look throughout. The editing is ok.

Analysis:

Overall, Oh Baby is a good film and will appeal more to the family audience.