Kiran Abbavaram's Nenu Meeku Baaga Kavalsinavaadini Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

An irresponsible cab driver once saved a woman from a group of goons, and the two eventually fell in love. But things weren't as simple as they seemed, and he eventually had to convince her father to marry her after he'd already confessed his love for her.

Whether or not he ends up marrying his sweetheart determines the rest of the story.

Language and script were written by Kiran Abbavaram, while Sridhar Gade helmed and Sanjana Anand, Sonu Thakur, and S.V. Kodi Divyaa is the daughter of Kodi Ramakrishna and Krishna Reddy.

A few humorous scenarios, songs, and action sequences were sprinkled throughout the first half, but none of them were really memorable. As the second half progressed, the focus shifted to greater action, much to Kiran Abbavaram's dismay. The picture suffered from lifeless performances, pointless plot developments, and aimless scripting from start to finish.

He could have used that time more effectively working on his acting. Despite having acting potential, Sanjana Anand was unable to portray a few emotions after a long layoff. S.V. Despite his lackluster acting skills, Krishna Reddy plays a pivotal role in the film, and the rest of the cast is serviceable at most.

Both Kiran Abbavaram and Sridhar Gade struggled to create an engaging screenplay. However, despite the hard work of the rest of the technical staff, Nenu Meeku Baaga Kavalsinavaadini falls short in terms of technical quality.

The visuals by Raj K Nalli are fine, and while Manisharma's songs didn't click, his background soundtrack was excellent. Although Nenu Meeku Baaga Kavalsinavaadini is an out-of-date commercial film, fans of Kiran Abbavaram's films should not miss it.

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