Release Date : September 16, 2022
Starring : Kiran Abbavaram, Sanjana Anand, Baba Bhaskar
Director : Sridhar Gade
Music Director : Mani Sharma
Cinematography : Rajkumar Nalli
Producer : Kodi Divyadeepti
Banner : Kodi Divya Entertainments
Rating : 1.5/5
Young actor Kiran Abbavaram‘s latest film is ‘Nenu Meku Baga Kavalsina Vadini’. Initially, the director of this film was a different person, but due to creative differences, he was replaced by Sridhar of “SR Kalyanamandapam” fame. This film, which was made as a mass masala entertainer, came to the audience on September 16. Actually Kiran who has faced disasters with the last two movies.. let’s see if this movie gives success or not..!!
Story: Vivek (Kiran Abbavaram) drives a cab in Hyderabad for a living, Teju (Sanjana Anand) is booking his cab for the day. Vivek, who notices that she is drinking every time she books a cab, tries to find out what her story is. After that.. he realizes that there is a link between her story and his love story. What is the link? Why is Teju always drunk? The answer to these questions is ‘Nenu Meeku Baga Kavalsina Vadini’.
Performance of Actors: Kiran Abbavaram looks fine as an actor, but he falters in dialogue delivery. His accent has become regular. It gets a bit boring as you hear the same accent in every movie. Also, he fails to impress with his subtle performance in emotional scenes.
More importantly, He was very embarrassed to not be able to match Baba Bhaskar’s energy. Sanjana Anand and Sonu Thakur add a good dose of glamour. Even though there are innumerable artists in the film.. due to the lack of proper justification for any of their roles, no one’s character has been properly established or elevated.
Technical performance: Kiran Abbavaram is not only the lead but also the dialogue writer of this film. It is noteworthy that the dialogues are similar to those of social media trolls. The cinematography, production design & art department is nothing to rave about.
And the director Sridhar Gade.. the way some scenes are composed is despicable.. the placement of songs, sentimental scenes & unnecessary elevations are embarrassing.
Analysis: It is very difficult for Kiran Abbavaram, who has promised to give only movies that his fans will be proud of, to push his career with this type of low-quality movies. It is good to understand this matter by now. It must be said that even wanting to watch this movie in the theater is an adventure.