Nannaku Prematho Movie Review

NTR, Sukumar have teamed up for Nannaku Prematho, which has hit the big-screens on a grand scale today on 13th January on the eve of Pongal. Here is NTR's Nannaku Prematho Movie Review on firstshowz.com

Nannaku Prematho is a stylish action entertainer, directed by Sukumar and produced by BVSN Prasad on Sri Venkateswara Cine Chitra banner. Rakul Preet Singh played the female lead and Rajendra Prasad is seen in NTR’s father role while Jagapathi Babu as the villain. Sithara, Srinivas Avasarala,Rajiv Kanakala, Madhoobala are playing the supporting roles.

This is the first time NTR and Bala Krishna will be clashing at the box-office with Nannaku Prematho and Dictator. Nannaku Prematho has earned huge hype and craze with trailers and songs. Will the 60 crore budget film click at the box-office? 

Checkout Nannaku Prematho Movie Review below.
Storyline

Abhiram (NTR) is the son of Ramesh Chandra Prasad (Rajendra Prasad), a London businessman. Abhiram has the ability to read people’s minds and their next moves, and when he comes to know that his father was cheated by Krishnamurthy Kautilya (Jagapathi Babu) and he is about to die in a month due to cancer, Abhay decides to take revenge on the latter and fulfill his father’s dying wish.

How does Abhi Ram achieve it and where does Divyanka (Rakul Preet Singh) fit in the story forms rest.

Artists Performances

NTR undergoes makeover with Nannaku Prematho and he is suave, stylish and carries it off with elegance. His dialogues and mannerism are appealing while he is brilliant in emotional scenes.

Rakul Preet Singh as Divyanka, Jagapathi Babu’s daughter role performs well, and she has even dubbed for her role, which has been an added advantage.

Jagapathi Babu is stylish and extraordinary in the negative lead, 

Rajeev Kanakala is perfect and Rajendra Prasad excelled in the role maintaining the composure.

Rest of the cast including Thaagubothu Ramesh, Srinivas Avasarala et al fit in their roles.

Technicians Role

Nannaku Prematho is technically brilliant. Cinematography by Vijay K Chakravarthy is on top-notch and the locales of London and Spain settings are captured beautifully. Stunts are distinct and entertaining. DSP’s musical scores are trendy while the BGM is the soul especially in last hour. Follow Follow and Love Me songs are best on screens. S.Ravinder’s art work is rich and classy. Editing could have been crisp in second half. Dialogues are pleasing and meaningful, especially between NTR-Rajendra Prasad and NTR-Jagapathi Babu. Sukumar’s direction is brilliant. SVCC banner production values are rich. 

Analysis

Nannaku Prematho is a simple revenge story, but it is the screenplay and execution that made the difference. The scenes are logical, dialogues are impressive and Sukumar has put in lots of effort into each and every detail.
The twists are logically incorporated but the slow paced screenplay and lengthy runtime is troubling at times. The emotional father-son scenes looked played-down and there could have been such scenes in the initial hours like the climax, which could have helped in conveying the emotions, strengthening the plot.

Last 30 minutes of the film- the game and emotional scenes is executed intensely, making Nannaku Prematho a good watch. Sukumar’s direction skills, NTR’s best performance, DSP’s BGM, engaging dialogues and top-notch camera works are major assets of Nannaku Prematho.

However, Nannaku Prematho is not for those who prefer action-packed commercial entertainers and elevated heroism. Though the film’s plot has common appeal, the screenplay and taking may not appeal to routine commercial movie lovers. The proceedings could have been crisp and run time could have been a bit short to make it racy.

With Nannaku Prematho, NTR has experimented with new look and very different film from his routine entertainers, which will increase his fan base. Nannaku Prematho is worth a watch for its unique screenplay and brilliant performances.

Finally

Nannaku Prematho- Classy NTR in Sukumar’s shoes!

RATING: 3.25/5

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