Nindha Review

Nindha Review
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Director: Rajesh Jagannadham
Producer: Rajesh Jagannadham
Release Date: Fri 21st Jun 2024
Actors: Varun Sandesh, Tanikella Bharani, Bhadram, Annie Zibi, Shreya Rani Reddy, Surya Kumar Bhagavan Das, Mime Madhu, Sreeram Siddharth,Madhu, Arun Dalai etc
Nindha Movie Rating: 2.5 / 5
Punchline: Nindha - Decent Blame Game !

Nindha (2024) Telugu Movie: What's Behind

Varun Sandesh who won the hearts of all with his romantic entertainers has became quite popular with his youthful romances aided by his boy-next-door looks. After a sudden sabbatical, he made a full-fledged comeback. But, despite his usual romcom or love story, he came up with an intense subject to thrill viewers with a crime drama titled Nindha. The film directed by Rajesh Jagannadham is releasing on 21 June 2024. Let us see what impact Nindha created on movie lovers.

Varun Sandesh's Nindha Movie: Story Review

Nindha story is all about young man's pursuit to prove the innocence of a person whom court has already sentenced him to death. Vivek (Varun Sandesh), working for the NHRC in Delhi, stumbles upon a mysterious case handed down by his father, retired judge Satyanand (Tanikella Bharani). Determined to unravel the truth, Vivek dives deep into the investigation.

His quest leads him through a labyrinth of intrigue and danger, where he encounters key individuals including Bajaraju (Charapathi Sekhar), his daughter Sudha (Annie), Dr. Chandrasekhar (Surya), SI Prakash (Siddharth Gollapudi), Lakshmipathi (Bhadram), Lawyer Krishnakanth (Mime Madhu), Manohar (Sreeram), and Manju (Q. Madhu). Each of these characters plays a pivotal role in the unfolding mystery.

The plot thickens with the kidnapping of six suspects in the notorious Kandrakota Murder case. As the execution date looms, Vivek races against time to uncover a sinister plot, revealing unsettling truths and ensuring justice is served.

వరుణ్ సందేశ్ నింద మూవీ: Artists Review

Varun Sandesh takes on a role that stands out from his previous work, delivering a performance that balances well with the character's demands. He exhibits a range of expressions and emotions, delivering his lines naturally. However, there are moments when his portrayal feels somewhat stiff. These can be overlooked as he is trying to explore himself in an intense role. He indeed succeeded in delivering a matured performance.

Tanikella Bharani commands attention in the initial scenes with his powerful screen presence, leaving a lasting impression.

Annie impresses with her portrayal of Balaraju's daughter, skillfully navigating the character's complexities and making a strong impact during the climax. Mime Madhu and Siddharth Gollapudi also shine, keeping viewers engaged with their compelling performances.

Supporting actors like Bhadram and Chatrapathi Sekhar effectively fulfill their roles, contributing to the overall narrative.

Rajesh Jagannadham's Nindha: Technical Review

"Nindha," penned by Rajesh Jagannadham, is an intriguing story inspired by real-life incidents. Drawing parallels with Allari Naresh's recent release "Naandhi," Jagannadham starts the narration on an engaging note, highlighting a murder mystery where the protagonist is on a quest to uncover the real villain.

The initial scenes successfully capture the audience's interest. However, as the narration progresses, the story begins to tread familiar tropes and predictability seeps in. The first half concludes on a promising note, setting the stage for an anticipated second half. Unfortunately, the pace drags as the romantic subplot unfolds. Once the hero's identity and the motives of other characters are revealed, the real culprit becomes predictable, But manages to sustain the suspense. The pre-climax is dealt well with meaningful dialogues, but leading to a familiar climax. Director Rajesh Jagannadham impresses with his debut by successfully handling an experimental subject engaging the audience. 

Ramiz Navneeth's cinematography effectively captures the village atmosphere, striving for a natural look on screen. However, Anil Kumar P's editing leaves much to be desired, with repetitive scenes and illogical proceedings slowing the narration's pace. Santu Omkar's songs, though situational, act as speed breakers, and his background music is merely adequate. The production values are adequate, contributing to elevate the overall experience.

Nindha Movie: Advantages

  • Varun Sandesh
  • Few Twists
  • Interesting Plot

Nindha Movie: Disadvantages

  • Predictable Scenes
  • Illogical Narration

Nindha (2024) Telugu Movie: Rating Analysis

Altogether, Nindha turns out to be a decent crime drama. Director Rajesh Jagannadham introduced an intriguing concept, and Varun Sandesh delivered a spirited performance, bringing his character to life. However, the film's potential was undermined by a lack of logical coherence, absence of genuine twists, and several silly scenes that detracted from the overall experience. Taking all these elements into account, Cinejosh awards a rating of 2.5 for "Nindha".

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