Category : Reviews

It’s been more than a decade since director Teja scored a decent hit. Teja’s latest outing, Nene Raju Nene Mantri, has been doing some decent business at the ticket windows.

Speaking on the occasion, Teja said that NRNM’s success has made him realize that he can direct a hit movie as well, after churning out continuous flops over the past one decade. Teja then thanked the audience for giving him a hit finally and vowed to deliver only hit films from now on.

Sai Kishore seems to know the space of an Allari Naresh film very well. He has chosen an interesting plot to set the typical Allari Naresh’s antics into motions which works to an extent. There is no exceptional content here but within his chosen premise he manages to mildly engage.

Jeevi rating: 3.5/5
Punchline: Grand Yet Incomplete!

Ever wondered how you feel when somebody tells you during the interval to come back after 6 months to watch second half of the film. There are unfinished threads, unrevealed suspense and a greatest revenge to be taken. Though the film is good, just because film is ended without