Movie Review :
Movie: Nenu Nanna Abaddam
Rating : 1/5
Banner : Sri Rajarajeswari Someswara Productions
Cast : Nandu, Divya Nagesh, Prakash Bharadwaj, Dharmavarapu, Krishna Bhagawan, Krishnudu, Yendamuri Veerendranath and Others
Music : Chinni Charan
Camera : Ramakrishna
Producer: Bala Prakash
Director: Govind Varaha
Released Date: September 09, 2011
Nenu Nanna Abaddam is romantic love story movie which is made on real life incident happened in a small village near Visakhapatnam. The story deals with two youth coupels Kiran (Nandu) and Abhi (Divya).
A dull tale, the story begins on the backdrop of Tuni and here lives a big businessman Babu Naidu (prakash bharadwaj). In his house is a servant maid Abhi (divya) who takes care of all household works and also goes to college for studies. At college, Abhi comes across Kiran (nandu) and both fall in love. However, Babu Naidu thrashes anyone who looks at Abhi. Knowing his power, both Abhi and Kiran decide to run and get married. They are finally caught and brought to Tuni. Babu Naidu announces that Abhi will marry his son. What happens after that forms the rest of the story.
The director has come up with a usual storyline and while the presentation was okay, the narrative was not that strong. The dialogues were average, the script was written okay and the screenplay was apt. Background score was good and not all the songs were hummable. Cinematography was effective. Editing was regular. Costumes were natural while the art department was appealing. Nandu does his best to give a good performance but he is just okay.
Divya Nagesh was very good and expressive though her looks are not that great. Prakash Bharadwaj was adequate. Krishnudu does his bit as required in cameo. Krishna Bhagawan and Dharmavarapu came with routine comedy. Yendamuri was not upto the mark. The others didn't have any scope to offer.
Stories of teenage love and the interference of elders are age old so it takes good screenplay and good dose of comedy to pack the film. However, that didn't happen here. Most of the scenes were predictable and there no novelty in the subject. While the first half goes about with the elements of comedy and romance, the second half is all about the melodrama and sentiment. Overall, this is a film with below average technical values and so-so performances. Success at box office is ruled out.