Nanna Nenu Naa Boyfriends Review

Nanna Nenu Naa Boyfriends Review

Nanna Nenu Naa Boyfriends Review, What’s Behind: Hebbah Patel became a crazy selling item in lower order centers with Kumari 21F and Ekkadiki Pothavu Chinnavada is back in game with NNNBF released today. Let us see, what the film is all about?

Nanna Nenu Naa Boyfriends Story: Padmavathi aka Paddu (Hebbah Patel) is the only daughter of doting father Raghava Rao (Rao Ramesh), who sacrificed all his life for daughter. Willing to join a job, Paddu lands in Hyderabad and stays with childhood friend Maggi (Tejaswi Madivada). To escape from arranged marriage, Paddu selects three guys from facebook and decides to finalize one after checking the compatibility.

Basket ball player Gokul (Noel), police trainee Nani (Ashwin) and a temple priest Namo Shastri (Parvatheesam) are into the list. In the process of selecting one, Paddu falls for sincerity in all three. Twist in the tale arises when Raghava Rao picks one more choice of his own. 

Nanna Nenu Naa Boyfriends Artists and Technicians: To start off, producer Bekkema Venugopal and writer Prasanna Kumar make a strong team as proved with ‘Cinema Chupista Mava.’ This time, they failed right from beginning in creating a similar impact. Basic storyline of a girl playing with emotions of three guys in love although sounds good and interesting but screenplay and direction lacked in a needful punch. Rather than relying on story and screenplay, Bekkem this time has depended more only on Hebbah Patel’s omnipresence to attract the audience. There is lot of unconvincing and inconvenience in adapting the screenplay. After beginning the story on high dosed unnecessary, weighty sentiment on Rao Ramesh and Hebbbah Patel, all of sudden three love tracks feebly opened and naively dealt with outdated presentation kept the narrative loud and bored. Direction wise, Bhaskar Bandi hasn’t tried to present any of the scenes innovatively. At least, he would have worked on redemption towards the climax. Prasanna Kumar’s dialogues were good in parts. Chota K Naidu’s camera work is colorful capturing the chemistry between Hebbah Patel and three young heroes. Such senior cameraman can always help in improvised presentation. Shekar Chandra musical score has one instant catchy song ‘Oka Paaru Mugguru Devadasulu’ song while BGM is loud. Chota K Prasad’s editing could have been little better. Production standards from Bekkem Venugopal can be called high. 

About artists, Hebbah Patel being central part she does the act neatly with very few expressions. She was bubbly in city scenes and emotionally well attached in village backdrop episodes with father. Artist like Rao Ramesh adds depth to any character and this is a cakewalk. Noel was free flowing, Ashwin was imitating Pawan Kalyan and Parvatheesam is good at his regular best comic timing. Tejaswi Madivada served a glamour show. Raj Tharun’s cameo is just ok. Sana and other artists made their presence felt.

Nanna Nenu Naa Boyfriends Advantages:

First Half

Hebbah Patel

Rao Ramesh

Nanna Nenu Naa Boyfriends Disadvantages:

Second Half

Unconvincing Screenplay

Inconsistent Emotions

Outdated Treatment

Feeble Climax

Nanna Nenu Naa Boyfriends Rating Analysis: From the very essence in title and its designing, there’s a B grade flavor in film which should have been avoided because neither the production standards nor quality of making wise, this is a decent product. However, writer and director tried to mishmash plenty elements into this single story did damage. Liberty at treatment with Hebbah Patel’s three love tracks made none of them to really register with audience. Noel’s playboy attitude, Ashwin’s Gabbar Singh imitations and Parvatheesam’s crazy priest acts never strike a chord. This is exact area where, audience lost connection with Hebbah’s lunatic behavior side kicked by Tejaswi’s skimpy costumes. A well set up platform is put to wrong use for which Bhaskar has to be blamed. 

First half takes on heart touching note establishing father-daughter bonding beautifully. Then entry of three heroes and heroine sketching all those silly tricks to impress them isn’t really engaging. Towards interval, director has hinted on something better is in the offing for second half.

Unfortunately, second half goes spineless with foolish confusion comedy. Shakalaka Shankar, Chammak Chandra, Geethanjali and other artists add to stupid, filthy comedy filling the time gaps. Hospital and Antakshari episodes are a test for our patience. When the time has come for tightening the actual central point, direction goes wayward with no proper explanation. Raj Tharun’s doltish dialogues make viewers to feel pity for. Even Rao Ramesh goes helpless. 

Finally, NNNBF is a dull witted film made with gross negligence in dealing a sensible point. Though movie stands out good at parts but when analyzed coherently, it misses in mark. CJ rates NNNBF with 2.25 stars just for Rao Ramesh and Hebbah Patel. 

NNNBF Cinejosh Verdict: Outdated Love – Unbaked Emotions

                                                             NNNBF Cinejosh Rating: 2.25/5.0

                                                                                                   Reviewed by Srivaas

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