Next Enti Review

Next Enti Review

Next Enti Review :
Director : Kunal Kohli
Producers: Sachiin Joshi, Raina Joshi, Akashai Puri
Music : Leon James
Cinematographer : Maneesh Chandra Bhatt
Starring : Sundeep Kishan, Tamannah Bhatia, Navdeep
Rate : 2/5

 Sudeep Kishan & Tamannah Bhatia Movie Review

Next Enti Movie Review: Next Enti Starring Sundeep Kishan, Tamannah Bhatia and Navdeep is a romantic comedy movie, which has hit the theaters today on 7th December. The movie is directed by Kunal Kohli and jointly produced by Sachiin Joshi, Raina Joshi and Akashai Puri. Let’s see the story line of Next Enti.

Story: Tammy (Tamannaah), brought up by a single parent (Sarath Babu), and hates the boys. One day she meets Sanju (Sundeep Kishan) accidently, and both fall in love. Sanju wants to make physical relation with Tammy but she rejects him. Later they part their ways. What brings them together again? Form rest of the story.

Plus points:

· Sundeep Kishan’s performance

· Tamannah Bhatia

· Youthful elements

Minus Points:

· Listless narration

· Direction

· Screen Play

Performance: Sundeep Kishan has given his best in the role of Sanju. He fits the bill perfectly. Tamannah Bhatia as Tammy is good. The Scenes between Sundeep Kishan and Tamannah Bhatia are likeable as they share a very good chemistry. Larissa Bonesi as Sandeep Kishan’s ex-fiancé is good.Poonam Kaur is fine. Rest of the star cast did well within their limitations.

Technical: Kunal Kohli has a habit of picking simple storylines and lacing it with fun and enjoyable scenes. But he became fail here. The second half loses steam because of predictability. Cinematography by Maneesh Chandra Bhatt and editing are good. Every frame is rich and fabulous. Production values are rich. The music by Leon James did not attract anyone.

Analysis : The movie Next Enti is filled with clichéd conversations about everything from s*x, lust, love and marriage to clicking picss of food, making the friends on social media and bachelor parties. It is all about the story of a Westernised boy and Indianised girl. Next Enti? movie lacked emotions, expressions and what not with dialogues turning out to be routine giving torture to the core.