Director : Shiva Nirvana
Producer : D.V.V Danayya
Music Director : Gopi Sunder
Starring : Nani, Nivetha Thomas, Aadhi Pinisetty
Release Date : 7th July 2017
Rate : 2.5/5
Natural star Nani who has scored a rare feat of double hattrick is making his comeback with romantic entertainer Ninnu Kori, directed by debutante Shiva Nirvana, which has hit the theaters today on 7th July. Touted to be a love triangle between Nani, Nivetha Thomas, and Aadhi Pinishetty, the film is set in the USA and Vizag backdrop. Let’s see how it is.
Story: Uma Maheswara Rao (Nani) is ) who is pursuing his PhD, falls in the love of Pallavi (Niveda Thomas). After his several attempts to woo her, Pallavi falls in love with him and they both are happy in their relationship. They decided to get married only after when they get settle in their careers. Uma moves to Delhi with a career opportunity. On the other side, Pallavi’s father (Murli Sharma) finds a guy in the form of an NRI Arun (Aadi Pinisetty) and fixes her wedding. After the wedding, both shift to US. Twist in the tale arises when Uma moves to US and his sudden entry to Pallavi’s life makes the movie interesting. What will Uma do now? Will Uma wins back his love? To get these answers one should watch the movie on silver screen.
Performance: Once again, Nani has delivered spellbound performance as a lover boy and a jilted lover. Niveda Thomas who is a powerhouse of talent has given her fantastic performance. Aadhi Pinisetty performed well but did not get much chance to prove his performance skills. Murali Sharma, who became a regular face for the father roles in the recent times, justify with his role as a doting father. The comedian ’30 years Prudhvi’ is another major asset in the movie and his scenes along with Nani are hilarious. Rest of the casts perform accordingly.
Technical: The story line is simple and interesting. Screenplay is engaging. Cinematography by Karthick Ghattamaneni is one of the biggest assets as it has some great visuals and editing is good. The songs composed by Gopi Sundar are superb and the background score is very nice and helped the movie and it’s emotional scenes. Stunts are well composed. Director Shiva Nirvana makes an impressive debut and he became successful to present the movie in engaging manner. Dialogues jointly written by Shiva and Kona Vankat are good. One dialogue- “Life gives you many chances. You need to give one chance to life” is highlighted. Production values by DVV Entertainments banner are decent.
Analysis: Till the first half, Ninnu Kori plays out like any other routine film with the trappings of a quintessential love story, second half is little bit slow and filled with emotional scenes. Nani’s performance and visuals are the major asset of the film. It is out and out class film and there is nothing for mass audiences.