Maa Neella Tank Telugu Web Series Review: The public has already rejected a number of films directed by Sushanth, a well-known member of the Akkineni family. In response to the success of the movie “Chi La Sow,” he is currently working on a new internet series called “Maa Neella Tank.” To determine whether this Zee5-available series is worthwhile of your time, read our in-depth review below.
Surekha abruptly leaves the group when she is forced to marry Gopal. Gopal, who is grieving, reaches the top of a rural water tank and makes suicide threats. Local policeman Vinod is informed of the circumstance and given the assignment of persuading Gopal that he will do all it takes to bring Surekha home. Vamsi’s following interactions with Surekha and the events that follow centre the rest of the story.
Cast & Crew
With Sushanth, Priya, Sudharshan, Prem Sagar, and Nirosha as its leading ladies, this show is sure to be a hit. The series is directed by Lakshmi Sowjanya, with Arvind Vishwanath overseeing cinematography, Naren RK Siddhartha providing music, and Kotagiri Venkateshwar Rao handling editing duties.
|Series Name||Maa Neella Tank|
|Music Director||Naren RK Siddhartha|
|Cast||Sushanth, Priya Anand, Sudharshan, Prem Sagar, Nirosha|
|Editor||Kotagiri Venkateshwar Rao|
Director Lakshmi Sowjanya gives us another jovial love and comedy drama, similar to her former family and love delight, “Varudu Kavalenu.” Despite having a fascinating premise, the show fails to hold viewers’ attention for the entire runtime. While the show started off with some entertaining scenes, it quickly becomes repetitive with certain love scenes and stories that we have seen before.
Sushanth’s performance as Vinod, an officer looking for a transfer to a city, is decent. Only a few of Priya Anand’s scenes stick in the mind. In any situation that he is in, you can rely on Sudharshan to make you laugh with his hilarious timing and accent. Every other performer delivered the necessary performances in each of their roles.
On the surface, this series seems to be of low quality. While the music of Naren RK Siddhartha is somewhat above average, the photography of Arvind Vishwanath is subpar. Director Lakshmi Sowjanya’s second picture, which features a plain story set against a rural backdrop, seems to be a mixed bag after having some success with her previous movie.
Maa Neella Tank is the final performer to be mentioned. Her humour and passion can be streamed.