Film: NAA STYLE VERU
Banner: Dishira Productions
Cast: Rajasekhar, Bhumika, Ahuti Prasad, Ali, Devaraj, Vijay Kumar, Venu Madhav, Kireeth, Chalapathi Rao, Banerjee, Annapurna, Brahmanandam, Jeeva etc
Music: Anoop Rubens
Cinematography: S Arun Kumar
Director: G Ram Prasad
Producer: Maganti Gopinath
Release Date: June 12, 2009
A tale with a twist, it begins with the drunkard Sivaram ( Rajasekhar) who hails from a good family of an advocate father (Chalapathi rao) and an ACP brother ( Banerjee) and a caring mother ( Annapurna). However, he hates his family due to misunderstanding that revolves around the death of his only love Divya (Keerath). The story takes a turn when Parvati ( Bhumika) who is told that someone in her family is trying to kill her so that they can get her crores of property gets kidnapped and she manages to dial a random number. That goes to Sivaram and he comes on her pleas of help. He rescues her and gets her to his home. Meanwhile, Parvati's father comes from US and is miffed with the developments. However, Sivaram decides to settle the issues as murders take place and a big money is also lost. How he solves and does that forms the rest of the story.
The director has attempted to come up with a suspense story and though the presentation was okay, the narrative lacked strength. The dialogues were average, the script was weak and the screenplay was okay. Background score was a pain while songs were mediocre. Cinematography did a good job and editing was required badly during the second half. The art department and costumes made their presence felt. Rajasekhar shouldered the film all the way and carried his role without any issues, Bhumika looked beautiful and more sexy in the songs. The rest of the cast like Brahmanandam (mediocre). Ali (average), Venu Madhav (dull), Jeeva (stale), Ahuti Prasad (not upto his caliber), Devaraj (no presence), Vijay Kumar (standard) etc., just contributed their bit without much scope for performance.
The film is a mix of a family entertainer along with a suspense twist but then such genres must have a tight screenplay and a pacy narration. Both of them were missing and while the first half goes about with the regular boring elements of action, songs and some hardly appealing comedy, the second half gets dragged to the fullest and the climax simply tests the patience with its in detail narration. The film has not got anything specific to appeal to the mass or the other audience so it might fizzle out in no time.
Bharatstudent Verdict: Nothing special about this style, forget it!!!