Nee Bandu Ninthaga - Reviews
Starring :Sourav Sharma, Jyothika, Ramya Barne
Music :EL Indrajith, Shekar
Director :Shekar, C Sharavanan
Producer :Sourav Sharma, Mathew Rajan
Nee Bandhu Nintaga
The director seems to be confused with regard to the mercy killing. There is no such law in the Indian constitution. The doctor role played by actress Vinayaprasad vouching for mercy killing and later the film putting a placard that mercy killing should not be entertained, is nothing but carelessness. The film media has to discuss some of the issues deftly. Instead of a doctor recommending for mercy killing anyone else pointing to it would have been tolerable.
It is the best of Saurav who is considered as son by Dr Vishnuvardhana. Saurav also producing this film with his friends worked hard but in the editing some more magic would have made this film extremely good one.
The famous pop singer Shiva (Saurav) is on a holiday in hilly region. He meets Megha (Jyothika Sri) an employee of MS Garden and after some point of time they are completely inseparable. The audiences are in a shock now when intimacy of Shiva develops a lot. He is not conversing and moving around with Megha but her sister Sneha (Megha and Sneha are twins). Except once on all the occasions the protagonist addresses as Sneha and she is nothing but the ghost. In a mistaken identify this fond admirer of pop singer Shiva was murdered by the laborers.
The second shock for the audience is when Shiva puts before the marriage proposal. What nonsense says Megha who is before Shiva and his friends, gives room for more suspicion among the characters.
Sneha killed three year ago as a ghost is before Shiva but her sister Megha had to pretend as Sneha when Shiva goes sick. According to doctor’s advice Megha comes before Shiva but by the touch of her he finds that she is not Sneha and goes brain dead. Doctor recommend for mercy killing to Shiva but it is opposed by friends and especially Megha.
In emotions and song sequences Saurav has earned greater heights from this film. He should cut down his obesity and looks very grand on the screen. Jyothika Sri is helped by dubbing for her role. Ramesh Bhat as father is convincing.
The cinematography by Mathew Rajan is splendid as he captures the thick lush green areas very well in his camera. Indrajith gives three lovely tunes. The title song and sorrow song is good. The hot song in chilly water falls and running water between Saurav and Ramya Barna ‘Ayyoyyo dil Eno Thuntata aduthide…’ is a midnight song.
- Radhika Pandit
- Ramesh Bhat
- Sadhu Kokila
- andhra pradesh
- confident director
- fine editor
- hoge krishna
- however shashank
- krishna alias hoge
- minchina ota
- rangayana raghu
- shekar chandru