Oh Baby Movie Review: Critics Impressed with Samantha Akkineni’s Performance, Say This Film Is an Enjoyable Ride
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After watching the rib-tickling teaser and trailer of Oh! Baby, fans’ expectations with Samantha Akkineni’s film were sky-high. To watch her in a comedy drama, was something movie buffs were looking out since quite a long time. And Samantha has done a brilliant job with Oh! Baby, the reviews from critics and fans are proof. Many have labelled it as a fun and emotional film. Not just the plot, but the performance of the star cast has also been showered with praises. After watching Samantha’s role in Majili, audience were waiting to see how she performs in this comedy drama and looks like she has won hearts all over again. Samantha Akkineni is one of the leading and established actresses of Telugu cinema. Take a look at what the critics have said about say about Nandini Reddy’s directorial. Naga Chaitanya Is All Praises for Wifey Samantha Akkineni’s Oh Baby Trailer!

ETimes – 3.5/5

Lakshmi as the older Baby is brilliant, but the way Samantha adapts her character and makes it her own is admirable. Her Rajahmundry accent is spot on and she never looks uncomfortable playing a much older character (not by appearance, mind you, but in nature). It's a film that has its heart in the right place and has a lot of great moments to take away from. Nandini Reddy has successfully adapted Korean classic Miss Granny, and has made it her own, and Tollywood is richer for it.

Firstpost – 4/5

Oh! Baby is the kind of film that leaves you with a grateful feeling for all the things you have in your life and miss those which you didn’t quite pay attention to. The way Samantha has pulled off the role, right from imbibing Lakshmi’s body language, especially her gait, to how she treats people around her, this is perhaps the most endearing performance in her career so far.

The Hindu

Director Nandini Reddy and writer Lakshmi Bhupala explore the dynamics of relationships in a carnival-like setting. Oh! Baby is a fun ode to the complexities that make up our elders. It’s an acknowledgement of their rough rides as much as it is about learning to count your blessings.

Watch the trailer of Oh! Baby below:

Oh! Baby also features Naga Shaurya, Lakshmi and Rajendra Prasad in lead roles. Based on the South Korean film Miss Granny, this film has opened to positive responses. Each and every detail in this film has been lauded by the audience. Let’s wait and watch how much it mints on the opening day.