on Apr 13, 2012
Neeku Naaku Dash Dash Telugu Movie Review, Neeku Naaku Dash Dash Movie Review, Neeku Naaku Dash Dash Review, Teja Neeku Naaku Dash Dash Movie Review, Neeku Naaku Dash Dash Rating: After a gap of four years director Teja is coming up yet again with a versatile love story 'Neeku Naaku Dash Dash'. The film was made on Bhavya Creations banner by Venigalla Ananda Prasad. Prince and Nanditha are making their debuts as lead pair. Let's check out Neeku Naaku Dash Dash review to know whether Teja has scored a hit at box office or not.
Cast: Prince, Nanditha, Teertha, Paruchuri Gopalakrishna
Producer: Venigalla Ananda Prasad
Written by: Teja
Music: Yeshwanth Nag
Cinematography: Rasool Ellore
Editing: Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao
Banner: Bhavya Creations
Release date: April 13, 2012
Siva (Prince) and Gayathri (Nanditha) work for Bapineedu (Chowdary) who runs liquor mafia syndicate. Gayathri was impressed by the good nature and innocence of Siva and falls in love with him eventually. There enters Chittitalli (Teertha), the mole of Bapineedu who is against their love. Both Siva and Gayathri escapes from the work with money bags and what happens next? what obstacles they face to protect their love forms the crux of the story.
The first half of the film is entertaining with good comedy scenes and different love angle between the lead pair. Director Teja tries to establish the story right from the word go with adequate mass elements. Suman Shetty provides some entertainment in parts in this hour and the screenplay has been good without any deviations. The interval episode where the hero takes a crucial decision was shot well.
The second half starts on a predictable note and the director slowly loses the grip in the narration. The movie deviates from the original plot and the episodes between the lead pair itself are slow. There is over-dosage of action and no wonder the film was given A certificate! When the entire episode moves to forest , we can see the shades of few other films. The placement of the songs is good but not even a single track was impressive in the second half. We must say, the screenplay too is clumsy and the director looses the tempo till the penultimate scene of the climax.
Firstly, Teja should be appreciated for choosing a different plot unlike his earlier outings. Though, the taking was good the narration deviates at times thus causing a bit of boredom. The duration of the film is approximately 160 minutes and it's a bit of concern as well! The first half is racy and has few rib tickling scenes between Suman Shetty, Prince and Nanditha.
Prince showed lot of ease in acting and his expressions in few scenes are impressive. Nanditha has resemblances of veteran actress Talluri Rameswari but her performance is below par. After many years, Suman Shetty has bagged a substantial role in this film and he has given his best. Paruchuri Gopalakrishna has delivered a fantastic performance especially in the climax scene. The director has taken lot of cinematic liberty and in the process, few scenes will leave you confused. Overall, the film is good in parts and we have to see how the audience connects to it.
The film has lot of new comers and everyone has done their part well in their limitations. The lead pair Prince and Nanditha are good in their roles and the dialogue delivery has been poor. The chemistry between them is good and their expressions are artificial at times. Suman Shetty is adequate with his comic timing and punches. Paruchuri Venkateswara Rao has once again proved that he is a very composed actor with lot of variations. Teertha of 'Sontha Ooru' fame has been outstanding as a baddie and her acting is brilliant. She showed lot of variations and thrills everyone with her impeccable performance. Venu is impressive and Chowdary is good. Benerjee is OK.
Cinematography by Rasool Ellore is one of the major assets of this movie. Dialogues by Teja are catchy and witty. Debutant Yeshwanth Nag's music is mediocre, while the background score by Anup Rubens is good. Editing by Kotagiri Venkateswara Rao could have been better. Production values of Bhavya Creations are grand.
Final Word: Watch out for few rib tickling scenes in the first half and action episodes in the second half.