Hero Kiran Abbavaram’s Nenu Meeku Baaga Kavalsinavaadini under the direction of Sridhar Gade has hit the cinemas today. Check out our authentic Nenu Meeku Baaga Kavalsinavaadini Review.
A cab driver named Vivek( Kiran Abbavaram) meets an alcoholic software employee Teju( Sanjana Anand) who vomits hatred on men. During the cab journey, Teju opens up about her reason for hating men. What will Vivek do after listening to Teju’s story? Who is Vivek and what is his actual identity, conclude the key aspect.
Kiran Abbavaram is good in his role as a boy next door. His heroic screen presence brings depth to the proceedings of the film.
Heroine Sanjana Anand has good screen time and she did her meaningful role quite impressively.
Other artists such as SV Krishna Reddy, Sameer, Baba Bhaskar are fine in their key roles.
Music by Mani Sharma is an added advantage for the film. His songs are massy and situational at times. The background score for a few action blocks is engaging.
The cinematography work by Raj Nalli and the editing by Prawin Pudi are good. The production values by Kodi Divyaa Entertainments banner are good.
Director Sridhar Gade incorporated food family and love elements in the commercially packed drama and succeeded to an extent with the execution part.
The pace of the film dips at regular intervals in both halves which can be termed a minus point for the film.
Along with it, the drama between the heroine’s family members is rushed up towards the pre-climax.
To conclude, Nenu Meeku Baaga Kavalsinavaadini is a commercial-packed entertainer that has a beautiful family and love drama and has good moments throughout the film. Kiran Abbavaram’s finest screen presence makes the film a watchable fare this weekend.
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