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Nanna Nenu Na Boyfriends Review : Not up-to the mark youth film


Nanna Nenu Naa Boyfriends Movie Review

Nanna Nenu Na BoyFriends ( NNNB) movie , as the title signifies the theme, is about a girl,her dad and her three boyfriends. Despite the lack of star cast, this movie is able to generate some pre release buzz for three different reasons

1. Theatrical trailer portrays NNNB as a decent family movie as it is packed with good dialogues by Rao Ramesh such as :

“Putte daaka mose danni amma antaru, kaani chivari daka mose vannE nanna antaru “

“ Kooturu kOrukunte pranam tappa emaina ichestanu, adee ichesthe dani tarvata korikalu teerchadaniki nenu undali kadhaa…”

2. Youngsters heartthrob Hebah Patel and couple of peppy songs like “Oka paaru, Mugguru devadasulu “

3. This project is backed by noted producer,distributor Dil Raju

Let us analyse whether NNNBF has met the expectations of the youth or family audience ?

Story :

Raghavarao ( Rao Ramesh) never disagrees with his daughter Padmavathi ( Hebah Patel),right from her childhood for a reason. After completing engineering at her native, Paddhu moves to hyderabad. As Raghavarao begins looking out for alliances for her, she seeks 6 months time to find a boyfriend herself.

Paddhu picks three youngsters (Noel, AshwinBabu, Parvateesam) as her boyfriends and begins luring them. Tried by such beautiful girl,within no time all three fall in love with her. As things progress, Paddhu runs various competitions among them to find-out the best suited for her. To her surprise, all three comes out triumph.

Rest of the story is how she picks right candidate , how her father resolves the crisis in his daughter’s life

Performances :

Rao Ramesh : Roles similar to this one are tailor made for Rao Ramesh, he excelled as heroine’s father. However, his histrionics and diction are becoming too predictable. It is time to reinvent himself going forward.

Hebah Patel : With her glamour quotient, Hebah attracts youth but performance wise long way to go.
Noel, Ashwin, Parvateesam are average to below average in their roles

Tejaswi Madivada played a significant character in this movie,did OK

Shakalakka sankar played a cameo as a thief, audience liked his antyakshari episode

Technicians :

Director Bhaskar Bandi has stuffed the movie with required mass, youth elements but failed to have maintain it engaging as a whole package

Dialogue writer Prasanna Kumar Bezawada deserves Special applause. His emotional dialogues , youth liners are successful

Chota K Naidu’s cinematography offsets the small budget. He ensured movie appears rich.

Music director Sekhar Chandra is able to make only two songs interesting

Production values are decent enough.

+Ves :

  • Dialogues
  • Mass and youth oriented treatment which pays off somewhat at box office
  • Hebah’s Glamour

-Ves :

  • Casting
  • Predictable nature of the story
  • Farcical comedy

Analysis :

Nanna Nenu Na Boyfriends takes off in interesting manner and raises a hope of delivering a promising movie, but as it progress becomes predictable and redundant. Director banks on forced comedy, which is not creative, in second half until pre-climax. In pre-climax and climax episodes movie becomes bit heavy. Two of the three boyfriends are unbearable in their action or screen presence. Better casting would have helped.
Verdict :

Nanna Nenu Na Boyfriends movie is neither youth movie nor family movie. Trying to appeal both these sections , NNNB ends up an below average to average movie at the maximum. You may wait for DVD unless you don’t mind farcical comedy.


Telugu360 rating 2.5/5

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Chit Chat With Kerintha’s Nookaraju

His real name is Parvateesam but for those who loved Saikiran Adivi’s Kerintha he is Nookaraju. His dream of becoming an actor had finally materialised and talks about how he is being flooded with compliments eversince the film released. “No one calls me Parvateesam these days, they either address me as Nooku or Nookaraju. We went to the success meet  and everyone recognised me and started screaming Nookaraju. Dil Raju is like my Guru, he guides me and told me to pick films selectively and not do anything that comes my way and plan my career properly. I seek his advice and he guides me, he said I might bag the role that Nivin Pauly did in Bangalore Days. Frankly speaking I don’t want to be a comedian, I want to do a lot of character roles. Sandeep Kishan was supposed to do my role and he complimented me that he wouldn’t have done that role as well as he did if he had taken it up. Even now I am insecure and I fear, wonder if I’ll bag another film. ”

Parvateesam says Kerintha is  not a new concept but the director narrated the story well. He recalls his favourite scene, “My favourite scene in Kerintha is where I scream at the heroine in the library and she gets embarrassed. I also liked the climax scene of my colleague, I didn’t expect such a rousing response for the climax scene of mine and Sukruti’s.” The actor says that in the past four years he saw many films which includes world cinema. His father who hasn’t seen a movie since decades saw Kerintha and told him to continue doing good sensible movies; he however gives credit to his friends for supporting him through his bleak period.


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