Ever since the announcement of demonetisation, Nation has been going through a phase of uneasiness and monitored in terms of currency and cash. It’s effect is not invisible as it can be felt and seen heavily among us. Release of some movies are stalled due to it and Intlo Dheyyam Naakem Bhayam is one of them which stalled due to demonetisation. Produced by BVSN Prasad under his SVCC banner, it stars Allari Naresh, Kruthika Jayakumar, Rajendra Prasad and is directed by G Nageshwar Reddy. Makers are making horror comedies to play safe as they are getting much commercial applause. Many had come and bombed due to various reasons and for their pale content. Let’s see how it works on us.
Naresh (Allari Naresh) is member of band troupe along with his friends Shakalaka Shankar and Chammak Chandra. He loves Bhanumathi (Kruthika Jayakumar) at first sight and tries to make her fall in love. She runs a orphanage home. During the process of wooing her, he comes across a situation where a small child from her orphanage is to be operated for a hole in her heart and it requires a lot of money. Naresh pledges to get her operation done with his money and borrows it from a loan shark and it is robbed by unknown person. They get a call from rich businessman (Rajendra Prasad) whose newly bought house is haunted by a ghost to solve the problem of ghost. He agree to do that as he is in need of money. What happens after that forms the rest of the story.
Cast and Performance
Allari Naresh is nice in his role. He tried his level best to evoke laughs with his mannerisms and his timing but failed miserably. Kruthika Jayakumar is okay and she gets a character which we have been seeing from the era of Raghavendra Rao. Shakalaka Shankar and Chammak Chandra are good and do not add much to the movie. Gemini Kiran is nice in his small role. Rajendra Prasad is nice. Chalapathi Rao, Pragathi and Sri Vidya are good. Brahmanandam as a cop fails to generate comedy. Kalakeya Prabhakar is good. Other actors are fine in their roles.
Intlo Deyyam Nakem Bhayam has nothing great and exciting in terms of content and story. Screenplay is so bad that it doesn’t make audience involved in the story. Dialogues are written for the sake of rhyming and comedy.
Songs composed by Sai Karthik are just okay and there is not even a single song that can be remembered after the movie. Background score is something which we are hearing in many movies and Sai Karthik has done a very bad job in this movie. Cinematography is good. Editing is mediocre and it could have been much better. Production values are rich.
- Production Values
- Story, Screenplay
Premakatha Chitram has paved way for horror comedies into Telugu films and audience are enjoying them. Intlo Deyyam Nakem Bhayam is another one in this genre and it begins with a haunted house and followed by scenes which are meant to generate comedy but fails where hero tries to make heroine fall for him as he loved her at first sight. Screenplay is bad and makes audience disinterested. This half ends where Naresh owes to get the ghost out of house. It doesn’t create any interest and second half can only be seen expecting some laughs as it has no story. The comedy written in the second half is pale and even Brahmanandam is not able to save this half who makes entry as a cop. This movie is a big disappointment for those who expect good comedy. It neither have comedy nor content. To sum up, Intlo Deyyam Nakem Bhayam is a big disappointment for Allari Naresh who is expecting a solid hit.