16 Sept 2022

Nenu Meeku Baga KavalsinaVaadini - Celebration of silliness


Cast: Kiran Abbavaram, Sanjana Anand, Siddharth Menon

Director: Kaarthik Shankar

Written By: Kaarthik Shankar

 Teju (Sanjana Anand) is an alcoholic and stays alone. Vivek (Kiran Abbavaram) is the cab driver who drops her off frequently. One day out of curiosity, he asks her the reason for her constant drinking. What's the reason for Teju's alcoholic nature? and what is their background of Vivek? These questions form the rest of the story.

The story is very routine and outdated. The director narrated it in an even more cliched manner. The movie is filled with silly things all the time. The comedy was very ordinary and pretty on the face except for a few punches. And the emotional part looked very exhausted.

Characters and their behaviour look very artificial. Never at any moment we can relate or travel with them or their emotions. Even if we ignore the silliness and redundancy, we can't even enjoy the comedy because of below-par writing.

Mani Sharma gave a decent album and background score. Other technical departments were standard.

Kiran Abbavaram looked energetic and tried to entertain but his character lacked proper writing. Sanjana Anand was fine. Sonu Thakur was Okay. Director SV Krishna Reddy acted as the heroine's father; he was effective in his role.

Overall, Nenu Meeku Baaga Kavalsinavaadini is a film with age-old writing and ineffective handling except for comic moments and a reasonable climax.



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