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‘Ninnu Kori’ Movie Review

Title :Ninnu Kori CBFC Rating : U Run-Time : 2 Hrs 36 Mins Release Date : 07-07-2017 Banner : DVV Entertainments Cast : Nani,AAdi,Nivetha Thomas,Murali Sharma,Prudhvi Music : Gopi Sundar DOP : Karthik Ghattamaneni Screenplay & Dialogues : Kona Venkat Producer : D.V.V. Danayya Written & Directed By: Shiva Nirvana

STORY :

Uma (Nani) and Pallavi (Nivetha Thomas) falls for each other. Uma who is pursuing his Phd moves to Delhi for a better career in life so that he can marry Pallavi with her father's consent. Meanwhile Pallavi's Father (Murali Sharma) fixes her marriage with a NRI Arun (Aadi Pinisety). Left with no choice Pallavi marries Arun and they both shift to US. After a year when Pallavi gets to know that Uma is not able to forget her and is spoiling his career, she meets him and asks to stay with them for 10 days. What happens then ? Will Uma become succesful in his second chance in Love ? forms the rest of the story.

PERFORMANCES :

Nani once again delivered his best as Uma Maheswara Rao, the heart broken lover. Be it as a lover boy in first half and as a love failure who is desperate to win his love back in second half, Nani is in top form. His boy-next-door looks, maturity in enacting the role makes us root for him. Everytime Nani scores in emotional scenes, this time too during the climax, everyone feel the pain he is undergoing onscreen, such was his performance. Nani is the main asset for this film.

Nivetha Thomas is impressive with her natural act. Her chemistry with Nani makes things workout and brings much needed feel to the story. Aadhi Pinisetty is fabulous in a matured role and he did great in climax scenes where he needs to express his emotions. This film will be a turning point in his career. Murali Sharma fits the role of Pallavi's father perfectly. Scenes involving him and Prudhvi evokes laughs in second half.

HIGHLIGHTS :

Nani

Performances

Emotional Quotient

Cinematography

Music

Rich Production Values

DRAWBACKS : :

Gets Slow At Times

ANALYSIS :

first half of the film is like a cool breeze with a love story of Uma and Pallavi. This neatly handled first half lets the audience connect with the characters. Second half takes us to an emotional ride. Shiva Nirvana along with Kona Venkat who provided the screenplay succeeded in blending the subtle entertainment without disconnecting with ongoing emotional drama. Kona Venkat delivered his best with his screenplay and dialogues. Though the film gets slow at times, artists performance and the emotional drama keeps us engaged with the film.

Film is top-notch technically. Karthik Ghattamaneni's Cinematography is one of the major highlights in the film. He beautifully captured the fog covered locations in US. Gopi Sundar's soulful Music is another highlight in the film. With his superb BGM he further enhanced the mood in the film. Production values by Producer D.V.V Danayya are superb. He seems uncompromised to get the best output on screen. this is evident in rich colorful visuals.

'Ninnu Kori' is a well handled matured love story enhanced by terrific performances from lead actors

Rating :: 3.5/5

Bottom-Line : : Matured Love Story With Its Heart in Its Right Place

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