Here we bring you some of the reviews from different websites for the film Orange:
Director Bhaskar has tried to depict a new kind of love by exploring the attitude of the youth towards love through the lead protagonists Ram (Ram Charan Tej) and Jaanu (Genelia). Although he has attempted to capture the pulse of the youth, he falls short, The Rediff Review.
Orange ends up as a silly intellectual exercise with lot of meaningless dialogues. And with less of an entertainment quotient, the film suffers badly from the word go. Even the climax sequence appears to have been shot in a hurry and looks unconvincing, The Sify Review.
In a season of love stories comes another tale of romance, this time starring Telugu superstar Ram Charan Teja. But Teja's efforts to reinvent himself as a lover boy in Orange are hampered by a thin storyline that leaves audiences groping in the dark, The NDTV Review.
Orange starts off on a confusing note. Director thought of narrating this love story with a bang and keeps the audience glued right from the start. But somehow it lacked clarity at the start. The characters behave in an awkward way and it takes time for the audience to get used to them and understand their ideology, The Super Good Movies Review.
Orange will go well with the younger generation audiences of the city, who were brought up a more modern way. However, for those audiences who stay in villages and towns, may not be able to understand the concept perfectly and get confused, The Indiaglitz Review.
Bhaskar has failed to select a good story for him and more so, he has tried to explain love in a new angle. He forget that love is not just mathematics and it can"t be calculated and measured as to increase and decrease in love with time gap, The Oneindia Review.