Nenu Meeku Baaga Kavalsinavaadini Movie Review: Young hero Kiran Abbavaram, who has been making back-to-back movies, recently released a movie called Sammathame but it didn’t do well, and now he has released a film called “Nenu Meeku Baaga Kavalsinavaadini,” which is a straight-up mass entertainer. The movie’s trailer and songs caught people’s attention and raised some expectations, so carrying those expectations, the movie was released today, September 16, 2022.
A carefree man who works as a cab driver saved a girl from some thugs one day, and he later fell in love with her. However, things were not as simple as they appeared, as her father rejected her love, so he decided to persuade her father to marry her. The rest of the story is determined by whether he will wed his sweetheart.
Cast & Crew
Screenplay and dialogue provided by Kiran Abbavaram; directed by Sridhar Gade; stars Sanjana Anand, Sonu Thakur, and S.V. Krishna Reddy; and Kodi Divyaa, Kodi Ramakrishna’s daughter. The movie was produced, Mani Sharma did the music, Raj K. Nalli did the cinematography, and Prawin Pudi did the editing.
|Movie Name||Nenu Meeku Baaga Kavalsinavaadini|
|Music Director||Mani Sharma|
|Genre||Family Drama, Action|
|Cast||Kiran Abbavaram, Sanjana Anand, and Sonu Thakur, S.V.Krishna Reddy|
|Cinematography||Raj K Nalli|
The plot of Nenu Meeku Baaga Kavalsinavaadini is antiquated since it relies heavily on the daughter and father’s emotions that have been overused throughout the years. It’s incomprehensible that such films would be released in 2022. Before, people would watch commercial movies even if they had no plot, but times have changed drastically. Now, if a movie has no plot, the public would brutally flop it. Let’s wait and see how they react.
In the first half, there were a few comedy scenes, songs, and action sequences, but none of these elements held your attention. In the second half, the focus shifted to more action, which didn’t suit Kiran Abbavaram. From the beginning to the end of the movie, there were drab acting performances, pointless scenes, and a script with little to no direction. It would have been better for him to focus on his acting.
From SR. Kalyana Mandapam to Nenu Meeku Baaga Kavalsinavaadini, Kiran Sabbavaram imitates himself. Sanjana Anand has some acting room, but she was unable to emote a few emotions after a lengthy absence. S.V. Krishna Reddy played a pivotal role in the movie, although he is limited in how much he can act, and the rest of the cast is only passably good.
Both Kiran Abbavaram and Sridhar Gade struggled to write a screenplay that would hold the attention of the audience.
The remainder of the technical crew fared well, but Nenu Meeku Baaga Kavalsinavaadini falls short in terms of technical quality. Raj K Nalli’s graphics are alright, Manisharma’s songs failed to connect, but he wowed with his background score in a few situations.
Last but not least, Nenu Meeku Baaga Kavalsinavaadini is a dated commercial movie; nonetheless, if you like Kiran Abbavaram, you should see it.
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