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Manasuku Nachindi Telugu Movie Review, Rating

- 2/5
Manasuku Nachindi Telugu Movie Review, Rating ఈ సినిమా రివ్యూ ను తెలుగులో చదవండి

What Is Good

  • Casting
  • Lead Pair
  • Cinematography
  • BGM
  • Cinematography
  • Humor

What Is Bad

  • Beaten to death romance plot
  • Second half lags in many places
  • Screenplay
  • Amyra Lip Sync issues
Bottom Line: A love story that works in parts, thanks to the lead pair.

Story

With a bad phase filled with back to back disasters  C/O Surya, Nakshatram, Maayavan, to name a few, young hero Sundeep Kishan is back, this time with a safe love story, marking the directorial debut of Mahesh Babu's sister Manjula Ghattamaneni, in Manasuku Nachindhi. Here's team AP Herald's exclusive first on net Manasuku Nachindhi review.

Suraj (Sundeep Kishan) and Nitya (Amyra Dastur) elope on the day of their wedding, together, much to the shock of their parents. As they set out on an adventurous trip with friends, in search of love and finding their life partners, eventually they both fall in love, but they fail to express the same, as several issues cause a rift in their relationship and create ego as well. Whether Suraj and Nitya expressed their love and unite is what Manasuku Nachindhi is all about.

Star Performance

Sundeep Kishan as the uber cool guy stuck between his love and ego is impressive and is natural, while Debutant heroine Amyra Dastur gives cute expressions, and makes her presence felt with her bubbly acts full of life, and makes a mark despite lip sync issues. Priyadarshi provides the much needed comic relief, while Tridha Choudary oozes oomph. The rest of the cast including Nasser and Adith are adequate.

Techinical Team

Music by Radhan is perfect for the romantic and entertaining youthful proceedings on screen, and while his BGM is impressive, of his songs, parichayam ledha and oh pilla pass the muster. Ravi Yadav's Cinematography captures the beautiful and pleasant visuals and the natural scenery Always around the lead pair, in all its glory, and does a commendable work in the songs which are a visual treat. Manjula Ghattamaneni makes an interesting debut, With the universally loved theme of love. 
Music by Radhan is perfect for the romantic and entertaining youthful proceedings on screen, and while his BGM is impressive, of his songs, parichayam ledha and oh pilla pass the muster. Ravi Yadav's Cinematography captures the beautiful and pleasant visuals and the natural scenery Always around the lead pair, in all its glory, and does a commendable work in the songs which are a visual treat. Manjula Ghattamaneni makes an interesting debut, With the universally loved theme of love. 

Analysis

Despite having a predictable plot as old as hills, she manages to engage the audience with her romantic screenplay and her effective utilization of the lead pair and their stunning chemistry. While Sundeep and Amyra Dastur deliver fine performances, Tridha and Priyadarshi though drag the proceedings at times, entertain adequately. Despite some freshness in the writing in the First half, the second half faces some dull moments, drags courtesy unwarranted song placement and cliches ultimately evoking a sense of Deja Vu, which overall makes Manasuku Nachindhi, an average one time watch, for the visual and the love track.

Cast & Crew

3 / 5 - 8951
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