Maa Neella Tank Web Series Review: The Akkineni family icon, Sushanth, has had a number of films rejected by audiences in the past. “Maa Neella Tank,” a new online series, is his next project after the success of the “Chi La Sow” movie. Find out if this series, which can be watched on Zee5, is worth your time by reading our in-depth review below!
When Surekha is compelled to marry Gopal, she suddenly flees the community. A heartbroken Gopal climbs to the top of a rural water tank and threatens to commit suicide. Vinod, a local police officer, is notified of the situation and is tasked with convincing Gopal that he will do whatever it takes to bring Surekha home. The rest of the novel revolves around Vamsi’s subsequent encounters with Surekha and the subsequent events.
Cast & Crew
With Sushanth, Priya, Sudharshan, Prem Sagar, and Nirosha as its leading ladies, this show is sure to be a hit. The series is directed by Lakshmi Sowjanya, with Arvind Vishwanath overseeing cinematography, Naren RK Siddhartha providing music, and Kotagiri Venkateshwar Rao handling editing duties.
|Series Name||Maa Neella Tank|
|Music Director||Naren RK Siddhartha|
|Cast||Sushanth, Priya Anand, Sudharshan, Prem Sagar, Nirosha|
|Editor||Kotagiri Venkateshwar Rao|
As with her earlier family and love entertainer, “Varudu Kavalenu,” director, Lakshmi Sowjanya presents us with another light-hearted love and comedy play. Despite having a compelling premise, the show falls short of keeping viewers engaged throughout its length. While the show began off with some enjoyable scenes, it becomes monotonous with some before-seen love scenes and tale that we have previously seen.
Vinod, played by Sushanth, does a passable job of portraying an officer seeking a transfer to a city. Only a couple of Priya Anand’s scenes are memorable. You can count on Sudharshan to make you laugh with his comedic timing and dialect in whatever scenario he appears in. As required, all the other actors performed their roles admirably.
This series appears to be of poor quality on the surface. Arvind Vishwanath’s cinematography is mediocre, and Naren RK Siddhartha’s music is a little above ordinary. Having had some success with her debut film, director Lakshmi Sowjanya’s second effort appears to be a mixed bag, with a straightforward tale set against a rural landscape.
The final entertainer to mention is Maa Neella Tank, who can be streamed for her wit and heart.