|Movie Name||Ninu Veedani Needanu Nene|
|Cast||Sundeep Kishan, Anya Singh, Vennela Kishore, Posani Krishna Murali, Murali Sharma, Poornima Bhagyaraj, Pragathi, Rahul Ramakrishna|
|Music Director||SS Thaman|
|Producer||Daya Pannem, Sundeep Kishan, Viji Subramanian|
|Production Company||Venkatadri Talkies, V Studios & Vista Dream Merchants|
Sundeep Kishan is making his debut as a producer with this new movie and he is also meeting the audiences after a long gap. The actor pinned big hopes on the success of the movie and a new heroine Anya Singh is making her entry in Tollywood. Caarthick Raju is the director of the movie and checks out the review of the film.
Rishi (Sundeep) and Diya (Anya) are married couples. One day, they meet with an accident. After that, they start seeing someone else in the mirror. They don’t understand it initially. They approach a psychologist. What did he suggest? What’s the mystery behind it? What happens in the end? Forms the film’s story.
When compared to his previous movies, Sundeep Kishan has changed nothing. His performance is not upto the mark. The actor hasn’t portrayed it in a beautiful way. His character will have so many shades and Sundeep Kishan has failed in showing variations in each. Anya Singh is just okay in the movie. She falls to create an impact. Also, the cute chemistry between Sundeep Kishan and Anya Singh didn’t help for the film. Both Murali Sharma and Posani Krishna Murali have delivered best performances in this film. Pragati is good in the movie. Vennela Kishore did his part well.
Caarthick Raju has proved that he has some amazing storytelling skills. He has picked up an extremely interesting concept for this film but failed to lace a strong story around it. The way he has narrated the story also unimpressive and will definitely leave an impact on the audience. Many scenes in the movie looked artificial.
Production values by Daya Pannem and Viji Subramanian are not very rich. Music by SS Thaman failed to impress. A couple of songs have already grabbed the attention of the audience and the rest of them just pass. Thaman’s BGM is loud at times. Cinematographer PK Varma has produced some beautiful and striking visuals for the film. Editing by Praveen KL is okay.
‘Ninu Veedani Needanu Nene’ has a unique and solid story which will definitely entertain the audience. In fact, the concept of the film itself is intriguing and will increase the curiosity among the audience. But the makers didn’t execute it in such an engaging manner. The first half will be about character introductions and the story establishment. The interval twist is confusing. When compared with the first half, the second half is even more dragged and boring. There are hardly any plus points in this film and on the whole, ‘Ninu Veedani Needanu Nene is not worth the hype.