Teja (Prasanna) and Keerthi (Keerthi Shaheen) are classmates
and lovers. Teja is son of a grand master Prakash Anand (Ahuti
Prasad) and Keerthi is a middleclass girl and is a daughter
of stationmaster Anandam (AVS). Prakash Anand is averse to
their love, but at the same time he does not want to hurt
Teja. Prakash Anand wants Teja to marry Harsha (Amrutha),
his niece. Hence he asks Teja to go through a series of tests
so that their relationship breaks. The first one among these
tests is to send them on a dating trip to Vizag so that they
can have sex and then lose interest in love. During the Vizag
trip, Keerthi behaves well and makes Teja realize that love
has much more to it than having sex. Prakash Anand puts another
test to Teja by asking him not to speak to Keerthi for a month.
Mean while, Prakash Anand invites Harsha to come and stay
with them so that she can get close to the heart of Teja during
strange behavior of Teja upsets Keerthi and his pairing with
Harsha poisons the heart of Keerthi. The rest of the story
is all about how the misunderstandings are clarified.
He is a six-footer with a flair for casual acting. His voice
is also good. The negative points are artificial dances and
negative body language. For a first timer, its an impressive
Shaheen: She is a model's material and pretty good-looking.
But she is pathetic at histrionics. Her expressions are absurd
and quite irrelevant in the film. Her lip movement is not
matching the dubbing voice.
Prasad: Ahuti Prasad got a lengthy role in this film after
a long gap. He did justice to his monotonous role.
Screenplay - Direction: Screenplay and direction of this
film is pretty normal and to some extent tasteless. The screenplay
in first half is pretty bad. The director, who is an industrialist
by profession, needs to do more research to understand the
pulse of youth.
Story - Dialogues: The story has nothing new in it and
it has got a vital weak point. In this film the hero suddenly
stop talking to heroine. He should have told her that he would
not talk to her for a month, as he wants to test and see if
love is true. Without telling so, the hero has made the life
of heroine (and audiences) miserable. Dialogues in the film
are good to certain extent.
Photography by Venkat is OK. But the lighting scheme in film
is not up to the mark. He should have considered using reflectors
Music by Sashi Preetham is pretty average. Surprisingly the
melody songs sound better than the fast songs in the film.
'Kanti Paapa' and 'Doorana Vunna' songs are good.
First half of the film is pretty bad and second half is considerably
better. Over all 'Nenu Ninnu Premistunnanu' can be safely
avoided by the movie lovers.