Ninnu Kori Movie Review
Movie: Ninnu Kori
Banner: DVV Entertainments
Cast: Nani, Nivetha Thomas, Aadhi Pinishetty, Tanikella Bharani, Murali Sharma, Prudhvi and others
Screenplay, dialogues: Kona Venkat
Music: Gopi Sundar
Cinematography: Karthik Gattamaneni
Editing: Prawin Pudi
Producer: D V V Danayya
Screenplay and directed by: Shiva Nirvana
Release date: July 07, 2017
Ninnu Kori Story:
Pallavi (Nivetha) and Arun (Aadhi Pinishetty) are celebrating their first anniversary in San Francisco. They are happy with their marital life. On the same day, she goes to meet Uma Maheshwar (Nani), her past lover. Story moves back to their Vizag days.
Pallavi and Uma love each other. When Pallavi realises that her father will not agree to her love, she asks him to run away with her and get married. But Uma wants to settle first in life and he heads to Delhi. In the meantime, she gets married to Arun.
In present time, Pallavi finds that Uma is not able to forget her and has become alcoholic. To change him, she invites him to stay in her home and watch her blissful life.
The game begins between these three.
Ninnu Story Artists, Technicians Review:
Not just storyline, locking the audience interest lies in etching a proper screenplay with strong establishment of characters. Debutant Shiva Nirvana has chosen a simple and beaten theme largely inspired from EVV Kanyadanam or Bhansali Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. But, it’s the way whole concept is treated beautifully in USA backdrop and presented intensely in between three gifted artists made the show look refreshing. Kona’s screenplay is very clean and neat. Direction wise, Shiva could have picked up the pace of film at least occasionally instead of keeping it dry throughout. Yet when it comes to expressing the emotions, his writing skills supported by artists took the feel to a next level.
Karthik Ghattamaneni’s camera work is biggest asset. He maintained a sober mood securing the audience to glue at screens. Prawin Pudi’s editing is slightly sluggish trying to retain the feel. Gopi Sunder yet again scored thumbs up background music and couple of melodies haunts us for a while. Production standards from DVV Danayya are top notch.
Onto performances, Nani deliberately controlled his energy levels to project himself as a struggling Ph D student in first half and opened his natural spontaneity in timing the comic punches making second half to become lively. Especially, the one lengthy climax shot sets high standards for Nani as a superb artist. Nivetha Thomas is an expressive heroine whose eyes speak more than words. She had a balanced act in between two male leads. Aadi Pinishetty is adequate as an NRI with his subtle body language and dialogue delivery. His character gains real strength in climax joining many loose ends. Murali Sharma, Prudhvi evoked few laughs. Rest may not need a big mention.
Ninnu Kori Review Positives:
- Nani, Nivetha Thomas and Aadi
- Second Half, Especially Climax
Ninnu Kori Review Negatives:
- Slow Narration
- Nothing For Masses
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