Here is Nenorakam Movie Review:
Amidst huge expectations, Sai Ram Shankar’s latest film “Nenorakam” has finally hit the screens today. Touted to be a romantic thriller, the film features Reshmi Menon as the female lead. The actor who entered into the industry with “143” in 2004, doesn’t have a good number of hits in his career. Now, he has all his eyes on the success of this film. Ever since the trailers released, it has garnered a lot of attention from the audience. Let’s find out, whether it reached the expectations or not.
Cast and Crew Details:
Cast: Sai Ram Shankar, Reshmi Menon
Director: Sudarshan Salendra
Producer: Depaa Srikant
Banner: Vibha Entertainments
Music: Mahat Narayan
Gautam (Sai Ram Shankar,) is an orphan who lives alone and works as a recovery agent in a finance company. One day, suddenly he meets a girl named Swechcha (Reshmi Menon,) and falls in love at first sight. From then he starts following her to woo her. After some time Swechcha too falls for him. But suddenly, an unknown person kidnaps and threatens to kill her, if Gautam doesn’t follow the instructions given to him.
The crux of the story forms, who this unknown person is. Why does he kidnap Swechcha? What did the kidnapper ask Gautam to do? To know the answers you should watch “Nenorakam.”
Undoubtedly, we can say that Sai Ram Shankar gives a matured performance when compared to his previous films. The way he conveyed the emotions definitely makes the audience jump from the edge of their seats. He made the audience more engaged to this thriller story. One should accept that he steals the show completely. With proper blend of glamor and performance, Reshmi made the audience feel that she is the perfect girl to next door. Veteran actor Sarath Kumar is the biggest asset to the film. The performance he gave as a kidnapper is remarkable and received huge acclaim from everywhere. The supporting characters like Harsha, the late M.S. Narayana and the Jabardasth team did well with their rib tickling sense of humor.
Firstly, we should appreciate the team for their realistic approach with a brilliant plot. The clear focus of the director and the way he executes the kidnapping scenes are nail biting. These portions have been shot and edited at a tempo that keeps you riveted to the proceedings. The director’s vision is clearly seen during the scenes when Gautam sketches a plan to save Swechcha. The art director needs a special mention for the realistic sets. The cinematography and background score are top notch. The dialogues are fantastic and the production values are excellent. Though the story turned a bit slow in the second half and avoiding certain cliche the film is an overall package. Also, somewhat it lacks the strong negative shades in it.
Sai Ram’s acting
Chemistry between Sai Ram and Reshmi
Slow second half
No powerful negative shades
Finally, after a long gap, Sai Ram is back with an interesting plot. The hard work and commitment definitely make the audience stick to their chairs. The film is a worth watch. Go and grab your tickets.