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Neninthe Movie Review  

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Neninthe Movie Review
  Movie Review : Neninthe
Rating : 2.25 / 5
Banner : Universal Media
Cast : Ravi Teja, Seiya, Sayaji Shinde, Subbaraju, Supreeth, Brahmanandam, Venu Madhav, Satyam Rajesh, Mumaith Khan, Krishna Bhagawan, Sairam Shankar, V V Vinayak, Raja Ravindra and Others
Cinematography : Sam K Naidu
Music : Chakri
Producer: D V V Danaiah
Director: Puri Jagannadh
Released Date: December 18, 2008
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Story:

An overhyped tale, the story begins with Ravi (Ravi Teja) who is an aspiring director and is currently an assistant director with Idli (Brahmanandam) who is not so much of a talent. He puts up with Idli's tantrums and soon the film of hero Mallik (Subbaraju) releases turning out to be a major disaster leaving the producer (Sayaji Shinde) into dire straits. On the other hand, Ravi comes across as a junior artiste Sandhya (Seiya) who eventually falls in love with him but then she is lusted by the local goonda Yadu (Supreeth). Soon, destiny comes into picture and Sandhya becomes a top heroine while Ravi gets a chance to direct one of his stories. However, fate has something else in store for them and whether Ravi is successful in materializing his dream or not forms the rest of the story.

 

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Presentation:

The director has attempted to come up with a rather bold tale but the truth is neither the narrative nor the presentation was as gripping as it was expected. The dialogues were just about okay barring two scenes, the script was average and the screenplay had nothing special. The music department was below the mark and barring two songs, there is nothing melodious in the background score or the songs. Cinematography was just about okay, editing was mediocre. The shots in a single scene were too many and sometimes it was visually disturbing. Comedy was absent and whatever little was there failed to generate any laughs. Ravi Teja looked good with his performance and he fitted well with the image of a struggling yet bold director, Seiya was voluptuous and fresh to the core and she really has a very glamorous potential. Sayaji Shinde was regular, Subbaraju did his bit with elegance, Supreeth looked evil enough and delivered his role very well, Krishna Bhagawan was apt, Venu Madhav failed to impress, the others did their bit mechanically.

 

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Conclusion:

The film was meant to be a dig at the film industry on a lighter vein but it looked more like a autobiography with the most practical outlook. The personal thoughts and anguish of the director were clearly evident in few scenes but then if he was planning to entertain the crowds with his self story then it must be said that he has failed in his job. The brilliance of his direction was missing completely. While the first half of the film was quite haphazard, the second half gets into a direction but there is no element of gripping scenes or something that leaves an impact. The film will run due to its very different storyline and the fast paced canning but entertainment quotient or comedy aspect is nil. This will get its investment but there is nothing more to it.

Bharatstudent Verdict: An average film, nothing great.

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