Needi Naadi Oke Katha Movie Review

Needi Naadi Oke Katha Movie ReviewMovie: Needi Naadi Oke Katha

Director : Udugula Venu

Producers : KrishnaVijay, Prashanti

Music Director : Suresh

Starring : Sree Vishnu, Satna Titus

 Release Date: 23rd March 2018

 Rate: 2.75/5

Young actor Sree Vishnu is slowly making his presence felt in Tollywood by doing good entertainer. Satna Titus is playing the female lead. The theatrical trailer of the film has already increased the expectations on the project, and generated good buzz.  Let’s see the storyline.

Story: Sagar (Sree Vishnu), who is the son of a school teacher and recipient of best teacher, is simple looking middle-class guy who is struggling hard to complete his graduation. His father always nags him to settle down in life. Sagar, unable to bear the curses of his father, tries his best to change himself that his father will feel proud of him. Despite all his efforts he fails to get the desired results.  In the midst of all this, both Sagar and Dharmika fall in love and decided to get married. However they face opposition from both their family members. What happens then forms the story of the movie.

 Plus Points:

  • Sree Vishnu
  • Nara Rohit’s cameo

Minus Points

  • Slow pace
  • Repetitive scenes
  • Story
  • Lack of commercial elements
  • Lack of Comedy

Performance: Sree Vishnu’s performance  is highlighted. His way of dialogue delivery, expressions and body language are superb.  Satna Titus is just ok. She got limited screen space. Devi Prasad, as hero’s father, is good. Others like Posani Krishna Murali performed according to their characters.

 Technical: Venu Udhugula penned the story, screenplay, and dialogues. There are not much twists and turns in the film. The Cinematography by Thota Raju is superb. His camera work is extraordinary.  Each frame of the middle class set up has been showcased superbly by the camerawork. The editing by Bonthala Nageswara Reddy is good. Suresh Bobbili’s music  and  background are good. The production values  of ARAN media works is good.

Analysis: The director Venu Udugula came with a message oriented youthful romantic entertainer  to impress the audience but most of the time, the scenes of dad scolding son for his failures test the patience of the audience. Lack of entertainment and comedy along with the lack of chemistry between the lead pair acted as the draw backs but the film comes as an eye opener for many people in the society.