Cast: Hebah Patel, Rao Ramesh, Noel, Ashwin, Parvatheesam, Tejaswi Madivada and others
Cinematography: Chota K Naidu
Music: Shekhar Chandra
Producer: Bekkam Venu Gopal
Direction: Bhaskar Bandi
Hebah Patel is currently in a good form by scoring back to back hits. Now, she has come up with her latest film Nanna, Nenu, Naa Boyfriends which has released all over today. It has created quite a buzz through the trailers. Here’s the review of the film:
Padmavathi (Hebah Patel) shifts from her hometown to Hyderabad when she gets a job. Her father (Rao Ramesh) loves her a lot and does whatever she asks for. Meanwhile, her father starts looking for a perfect guy to get his daughter married with. But Padmavathi prefers love marriage than the arranged. So, she chooses three guys, Gokul (Noyal), Nani (Ashwin) and Namo (Parvatheesam) and makes them fall for her.
She thinks that she will get married to the one who loves her the most. But as the three guys love her to the core, she gets confused on whom she should get married to. Meanwhile, her mother gets to know about this plan and takes her back to the village. What happens next? Whom did she marry? How did her dad react when he came to know about her plan? You should watch the film to know these answers.
As the story revolves around her, Hebah Patel is the main protagonist in this film. She has done justice to her role. She impresses the audiences with her cute looks and expressions. Noel, Ashwin and Parvatheesam have their own style and they have done a neat job. Tejaswi has given good performances as the friend of Hebah. She looks glamorous in some scenes. Rao Ramesh is the major highlight of this film. He steals the entire show with his impeccable acting. Scenes between Ashwin and Dhanraj entertain the audience.
- Rao Ramesh and Hebah Patel
- First Half
- Routine Scenes
Technical and overall analysis:
A girl loving three guys is the story which is a rarity in Telugu cinema. Writer Sai Krishna must be appreciated for implementing the idea. Director Bhaskar Bandi executed the script by Sai Krishna, quite well. The dialogues penned by Prasanna Kumar for Rao Ramesh’s character are very good. Shekhar Chandra’s music is good and so is the background score. All the songs are well placed. The cinematography is nice but editing could have been better.
The first half of the film moves at a slow pace by which the viewers lose the interest. The scenes where Hebah tries to woo three boys didn’t go well. The second half gives priority to emotional scenes between father and daughter which are executed well. Overall, Nanna Nenu Naa Boyfriends has a lot of loopholes which makes it a not so entertaining feast.