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Neeku Naaku Dash Dash Review

Neeku Naaku Dash Dash Review
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Director: Teja
Producer: Ananda Prasad, Bhavya Creations
Release Date: Fri 13th Apr 2012
Actors: Prince
 
Neeku Naaku Dash Dash Rating: 2 / 5
Neeku Naaku Dash Dash Punchline: Neither a Dash nor a Trash.
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Behind the Movie Neeku Naaku Dash Dash: Coming freshly taking a break of nearly four years, audience awaited for something new from director Teja. As usual following his natural trend of introducing new artists Prince and Nandita in leads, let us see how correctly Teja filled the empty ‘Dashes’ in this film?

In The Movie Neeku Naaku Dash Dash: Due to financial problems in their respective houses, Shiva (Prince) and his friend Toofan Babu (Suman Shetty) are employed in Illegal Liquor Syndicate’s manufacturing and bottling plant. In the same factory works Gayatri (Nandita). The entire syndicate is owned by top politicians in State while it is guarded by local goon Bapineedu, his personal set up Chitti Talli (Teertha) and senior accountant cum treasurer Asthama Rama Swamy (Paruchuri Venkateshwar Rao). Police Inspector (Benerjee) tries hard to bust the syndicate but fails to find any proofs. In a moment of rage, Gayatri falls in love with Shiva and they both get intimate. Meanwhile, some unexpected incidents in Syndicate make them to run away with huge cash stolen. Now, on one side entire Liquor Mafia runs behind these two and on other side they are also chased by Police. Why did Shiva run away with this money? How did story take twists and turns to end up on a happy note for these love birds form the rest of climax

Values of the Movie Neeku Naaku Dash Dash: Looks like director Teja has well utilized the four years of break time in doing solid ground work for scripting this flick. Although original concept of ‘NNDD’ is again Teja’s forte of weak boy, clever girl running into forest like cat and mouse game between villains and lead star cast but the way he intermingled few mass elements and the backdrop of liquor mafia made this film refreshing. Even dialogues wise Teja went for some hilarious one-liners which are to gel well with front benchers. Direction wise, he took utmost care without dropping the tempo. Rasoon Ellore’s cinematography is exceptional offering continuous support to narration. Editing by Kotagiri Venakteshwar Rao is also good. Yashwant Nag’s background is vivifying and title song is instantly catchy. Not to forget Teja’s picturization of that love making song is prompting. Production values of Ananda Prasad and Bhavya Creations are also cool.

Performance wise, Nandita will be the winner among all for her brilliant expressive eyes and ease in body language. Never did she look like a new comer. Nandita may not be an eye catching beauty yet she was equally good in emotional, comedy and romantic scenes. Native Telugu female actors of this caliber are rare find outs in Tollywood. Of course, the hero character of Prince faded before Nandita. He is tall and handsome though weak in dialogue modulations. Teertha is a hardcore sexy lady whose oomph is ready for tapping. Though overdosed, Suman Shetty did not miss his mark and Nalla Venu’s timing raised the laughter. Benerjee, Paruchuri and others are okay.

Out of the Movie Neeku Naaku Dash Dash: Openly speaking, Teja did not completely come out of his own drawn periphery. Numerous episodes in the film remind you of resemblances with ‘Jayam, Nuvvu Nenu, Avunanna Kaadanna’ and many such. What expanded is more of commercial substance in Teja’s thinking. Along with Common Sense, Teja has shown a lot of ‘Kamam’ Sense by overtly exploiting Teertha. Even Teja picked up his habitual components from Trash Can to present them with a little Polish for this Dash Dash. 

First half is neatly knitted with entertaining comedy made as a part of story telling along with establishment of outline. Once second half begins, there is less of story and more of Teja’s experience in narration became handy. Following the trend, Teja too has inserted two to three unnecessary twists in climax to give some shock value to audience. Commercially, ‘NNDD’ is definitely a minimum guarantee film for affluent acting of Nandita, new backdrop of Liquor Mafia, Entertaining Comedy in bits and pieces and all the above Teja’s trade mark taking. Not that affective yet a safe comeback for Teja. One has to wait and see how the forthcoming big ticket releases will affect this? 

Cinejosh Verdict of the Movie Neeku Naaku Dash Dash: Neither a Dash nor a Trash.

                                                                           Reviewed by Srivaas

 
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