Intro: Small or a huge budget nowadays, it doesn’t matter in Tollywood, as several little budget movies with totally different scripts or marking nice hits when compared with huge budget movies. Following this identical path, “Nenostha” is a little budget Telugu film and this romantic heroic tale is directed by Parand Kalyan. leading cast are Gnan Prakash, Priyanka Pallavi, Bhel Prasad, Surya Srinivas, Master Vijay and Sandhya and Janaki. “Nenostha” is created by Basha Majahar under Rising Dreams Banner. Anuraag Vineel composed the music.
Star Cast: Gnan Prakash, Priyanka Pallavi,
Bhel Prasad,Surya Srinivas, Master Vijay
Director: Parand Kalyan.
Dialogues & Co-Director : Basha Majahar
Cinematography: Samba Shiva Reddi
Music Director: Anuraag Vineel
Lyrics: Uday Madineni
Producer : Basha Majahar
Editor : S.J. Sivakiran
DOP : Samba Siva reddy.
Story: Chethan (Surya Srinivas) and Nayan (Priyanka Pallavi) love one another. They have a few disputes, as a result of their busy schedule and careers. Therefore to make amends they go for on a trip to Araku. Here the twist within the tale arises, on their way to Araku, they meet a ‘different’ person, played by Gnan. They travel with him for a little distance and later they get to understand that he is a sick person, by seeing this weird behavior, they leave him in middle of their journey and continue on their way. What happens next? Can the sick person return? how will the couple free themselves? This forms the remaining plot of the film.
The best part of the film is the casting and characterizations– as nobody is an established actor and everyone is new and raw. They play their individual roles well. The director has extracted authentic work from them. Gnan Prakash is ideal in his role. He nailed the sick person character. Surya Srinivas did justice to his role. Priyanka Pallavi has done a good role and she is pretty good. Remaining actors suits their roles well.
The entire film is predicated on incidents that happened as a result of a sick person. Hence it’s sure to have a docu-feature film look. So as to feature acquainted components, the director has created a sick person character and story around him. The director has stuck to the core of showing what happened rather than deviating from the purpose of the story. The scenes within the film are stark and raw. Director Srinivasa Raju has done well in obtaining the raw emotions right. Music is good within the budget, as even one song is additional is not sensible. Production values are good.
the logic goes missing in some scenes.
Verdict: On the whole, “Nenostha” is a good attempt by the director and producers. With thriller story, “Nenostha” holds few good scenes here and there.
Final Verdict: “Nenostha” might end up with a feel of watching a thriller on a big screen.