Krishna Reddy alias Rocky (Dr. Neeraj) is a highly westernized
college going youngster. He falls in love with a fellow
student Chandrika (Madhu Shalini), a middle class traditional
girl. After meeting her, he realizes many things about
life and he falls in love with her. But she is already
married to Vamsi (Vamsi Varma) by then. Later on it
is revealed that she did not marry Vamsi, but is under
a contract to wed him. Vamsi tries to eliminate Rocky,
but in vain. Finally Vamsi throws a challenge to Rocky
to defeat him over a bike race to win Chandrika. The
climax of the film is about how Rocky wins Chandrika.
Neeraj is handsome and competent for the role
he was offered. Madhu Shalini
looks homely for the role of traditional middle class
girl. Vamsi is adequate
as villain. All the actors/actresses in this film are
- screenplay - music - direction: Story of the film
is OK. But it is the screenplay that takes beating.
Narration of the film is boring. Direction of the film
is mundane. There are a couple of creative scenes in
the film. Other than that the director failed in getting
the things right in his debut venture.
Photography of the film is bad. The images on the screen
are bad due to poor resolution. The film appears to
have been stretched horizontally (like wide lens) on
the screen in major parts of the film. There is no proper
lighting for most of the scenes. The color grading of
the film is very inconsistent. The quality of raw film
is so poor that one would wonder if this film was shot
by video camera.
Music of the film is the only positive point. Picturization
is so so. Dialogues are contemporary and are laced with
English and Hindi conversations. Editing of the film
is poor. Production values of the film are cheap.
This film is an irregular commercial film that brinks
on boring narration. Music director Sashi Preetam made
his debut as director through this film. The emotions
in the film are not handled well. The backdrop of bike
racing is not established in an interesting way. The
climax of bike contest is a let down. On the whole,
Naa Pranamkante Ekkuva is an avoidable flick.
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Subhash Chandra Bose