Nenu Local Movie Review
Released on: December 23, 2016
- Director: Trinadha Rao Nakkina
- Cast: Nani, Keerthy Suresh, Naveen Chandra, Posani Krishna Murali and Others
- Producer: Dil Raju
- Banner: Sri Venkateswara Creations
- Music: Devi Sri Prasad
Nani who is currently in the best phase of his career is back with Nenu Local. Trinadha Rao Nakkina who scored hit with Cinema Chupista Maava is the director and the film produced by Dil Raju. Nani has gone for a bit of makeover with a characterization that is massy yet stylish.
Story & Plot:
Babu (Nani) finally clears B. Tech. after a lot of attempts and people starts to question about his next step in life. Babu has no clue about what to do and at that time he bumps into Keerthi (Keerthi Suresh) and falls in love with her in the first meeting. He joins MBA to impress Keerthi, who loves her father (Sachin Khedekar) so much. She decides not to get married against her father’s will. How does Babu impress her and get her father’s approval forms the rest of the story? There is also a little twist in the tale involving inspector Siddharth Varma (Naveen Chandra).
The first half of the film is very humorous with lots of rib tickling comedy episodes. Youth will surely relate to B. Tech. Babu’s character. Besides Nani, his parent’s characters played by Posani and Eeswari are also entertaining and Tulasi as Keerthi’s mother provides an additional bit of fun. Director and writer have realized that there isn’t much in the story to make the audience glued to the screen and hence have come up with many funny situations to give ample scope for popcorn entertainment.
Interval twist is routine and the film treads the usual path of where the protagonist is given a deadline to make his love successful. Street smartness of Babu character is impressive in parts and seem ridiculous at times. The climax of the film resembles Cinema Chupista Maava again. Despite the routine script, Nani’s performance, DSP’s music, and entertainment quotient make it a decent watch. It is a no-brainer film that’s sole purpose is to entertain the viewers and it succeeds in doing so.
Trinadha Rao Nakkina once again takes up a plot that is similar to his debut film Cinema Chupista Maava. He follows the same template that he used in Cinema Chupista Maava where he relied on the comedy and entertainment. Trinadha Rao definitely has command over mass entertainment and this film proves that he isn’t a one film wonder.
Writer Prasanna Kumar who played a key role in the success of Cinema Chupista Maava has come up with funny one-liners that will tickle the audience. Music by Devi Sri Prasad is an asset. The background score and a couple of songs are pretty impressive. Dil Raju’s production values are always good.
- Nani, Keerthy Suresh
- First Half
- Weak second half
- Routine Story