Ori Devuda Trailer Talk: Venkatesh Plays God In This Oh My Kadavule Remake

Ori Devuda Trailer Talk: Venkatesh Plays God In This Oh My Kadavule Remake

The original saw Vijay Sethupathi play God and the Kannada remake had late actor Puneeth Rajkumar essaying the role

Ori Devuda is the remake of Ashwath Marimuthu's Tamil romantic fantasy Oh My Kadavule (2020). The plot revolves around two childhood friends Arjun and Anu who get married. But Arjun finds it hard to love Anu or see her as his wife. In a turn of events, Arjun also meets Meera, his school senior who he initially had a crush on. So their marriage soon turns chaotic and they end up applying for a divorce. But what if Arjun gets a chance to go back in time and not marry Anu?

Yes, the rom-com gets a fantasy twist when God offers Arjun a golden ticket to live his life as he wishes. Will he be able to make better decisions and lead a happier life?

Venkatesh steps into the shoes of Vijay Sethupathi who played God in Oh My Kadavule. Interestingly, the Kannada remake Lucky Man which was released in September this year had late actor Puneeth Rajkumar essay the role. Ori Devuda hits the screens on October 21.

You can watch the trailer here

Ashwath Marimuthu, who made the original, directs Ori Devuda. While Vishwak Sen plays Arjun, Mithila Palkar of Little Things fame plays Anu and Asha Bhat essays the role of Meera.

Produced under the banners of PVP Cinema & Sri Venkateswara Creations, the film has cuts by Vijay Mukthavarapu. Cinematographer Vidhu Ayyana and music director Leon James, who were a part of Oh My Kadavule, form the technical crew of Ori Devuda as well.