(Rohit) and Seetamahalakshmi (Sravya) love each other.
But parents opposite to their love. They elope to Vizag
and spend sometime there without getting married. Then
they have some difference of opinionss. They feel that
they are not made for each other and come back to Hyderabad
to stay with their parents. Then they again realize
that they are in love. When they want to unite, their
parents again appose. The rest of the story is all about
how they marry each other with the help of friends after
convincing their parents.
Rohit is at ease when it come to immersing himself into
the character. He is extremely fluid in dances and he
did perform dances with terrific timing and grace. He
carries good screen presence as well.
Another Telugu girl arrived on Telugu silver screen.
She is beautiful and charming. Her dusky skin complexion
added to the characterization. She has beauty spots
in right strategic places. Suneetha dubbed her voice.
It would have been good if she dubs her voice as well,
since she is a Telugu girl.
This film has good number of comedians like Brahmanandam,
MS Narayana, Kondavalasa, Raghubabu, Bhagavan, Gundu
Hanumantha Rao etc. But the comedy tracks in the film
are not appealing enough. Surya, Chalapati Rao, Delhi
Rajeswari and Apoorva played the roles of parents.
- direction: Director G Nageswara Reddy who directed
two hit films - 6 Teens and Girl
Friend - with Rohit in the past directed this
film. However, the feel is missing in 'Nenu Seetamahalakshmi'.
G Nageswara Reddy is good at generating teen comedy.
But in this film he concentrated more on creating comedy
among the regular comedy batch and there is no timing
and punch in that comedy. He handled well the flashback
episode of the film where the blooming love between
lead pair was shown. Screenplay of the film is average.
Chakri has become repetitive now a days in terms of
tunes. Giving music for too many films seems to be the
factor working against him in delivering quality music.
A couple of melody tunes are good. Chakri should concentrate
more on background music and rerecording. Most of the
times music dominated lyrics and dialogues.
departments: Dialogues by Sateesh are OK. Photography
by Bhupati is average. The film is made on low budget
except for a couple of songs shot in abroad. Choreography
composed for songs is good. Art work is good. The taste
of producer Valluripally Ramesh reflects in a few classic
scenes of the film.
First half of the film is mediocre. Second half is average.
Flashback episode is good. This film launches a good
Telugu girl Sravya as heroine. The director tried to
narrate the film in comedy format, but failed to generate
rib-tickling humor. If The producer who made two successive
successful comedy flicks 'Avunu
Valliddaru Ista Paddaru' and 'Kabaddi
Kadabbi' could not produce his 3rd film in the
way people would love to watch, what would be the fate
of the films produced by new producers who does not
have any industry experience at all?