Manasuku Nachindi Telugu Movie Review And Rating
Manasuku Nachindi Movie hit the screens today. Manjula Ghattamaneni is making her directional debut with this film. She has taken the help of Mahesh Babu to promote her film. And added Mahesh Babu Voice over for Nature in the movie. Moreover, the teaser, trailer and the movie promotions created a positive buzz for the film. Let’s see how the movie is entertaining the audience?.
Manasuku Nachindi Telugu Movie Review
|Movie Name||Manasuku Nachindi|
|Star Cast||Sundeep Kishan, Amyra Dastur, Tridha Choudhury and Adith Arun|
|Producers||Sanjay Swaroop, P. Kiran|
|Production House||Anandi Art Creations|
|Release Date||16th February 2018|
Coming to the story Nithya’s(Amyra Dastur) marriage set with his childhood friend Suraj(Sundeep Kishan). Initially, they thought how two childhood friends get married to each other?. With the entry of Abhay(Adith Arun) and Nikita (Tridha Choudhury) in their lives, both decided to run away from their own wedding. What happens then?. Are the two childhood friends perspective is right?. Are they realize that their relationship is not just friendship but pure love.
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- Ravi Yadav’s Cinematography
- Production Values
- Background Music
- Sundeep Kishan and Amyra Dastur
- Run Time
Sandeep Kishan gave the impressive performance in this film. He does his job very well. While the actress Amyra Dastur did justice for her role. She impressed the audience with her cute looks. Tridha Choudhury, Adith Arun and the rest of the cast are good in their respective roles.
Director Manjula impressed the audience to some extent. Compared to the first half she handled the second half very well. There were some good elements in the film for which she deserves appreciation. Though she picked up a routine story she tried to present in a unique manner. Ravi Yadav cinematography is the major asset for the film. Production Values are top notching. Music is good. Dialogues are good.
Though the story of the film is routine it has some good elements to watch out. The film is worth to watch for one time.