Anu (Baby Zeeba) and Chanti (Master Anand Vardhan) are childhood
friends at Araku Valley. Anu is a daughter of a wealthy government
official and Chanti is the son of a poor widow. Anu leaves
Chanti at the age of 8 when her parents shift to Vizag. Later
on Chanti loses his mother. Mohan Rao (Chandra Mohan) gets
hold of Chanti renames him as Venu and adapts him.
(Reema Sen) and Venu (Uday Kiran) grows up at their respective
places. Anu finishes her higher studies in Malaysia and returns.
Venu does also single-mindedly waits for Anu. Anu starts writing
a serial named 'Manasanta Nuvve', which contains her live
story, in Swaty magazine hoping that Chanti would read it
comes back to her. But she keeps her pen name as Renu, so
that her anonymity could be protected (in the serial the heroine's
name is Anu and hero's name is Chanti).
rest of the film is about how Venu aka Chanti and Renu aka
Anu would get united at the end.
Kiran: Uday Kiran is going from strength to strength in
his films. His character needs lot of underplaying and he
did with the ease. He donned a too-good-to-believe and ever-sacrificing
character in this film.
Sen: Reema Sen is demure and livens up her role with the
right kind of histrionics.
Roy: She did a cameo role in this film. Her character
is a vital one and she executed her character with finesse.
Sunil, who did wonderful role as the sidekick to hero in films
like Nuvve Kavali, Chiru Navvuto, Nuvvu Nenu and Nuvvu Naaku
Nachav in the past has done wonderful comedy role in this
film. His comedy in this film is like oxygen to a serious
Sirivennela Seetarama Sastry has done a brief meaningful role
as an anchor in this film. And that very scene is the vital
moment in 'Manasanta Nuvve'. He is natural and his diction
MS Raju is known for his good taste in selecting right kind
of story. His stories are always been good ones, if supported
by a brilliant narration and screenplay.
For a first-timer, VN Aditya has done a commendable job. Some
of the scenes prove the brilliant way in which the director
has executed them. There are few of melodramatic moments in
this film, which he could have handled differently.
and Dialogues: Paruchuri brothers have come up with very
good dialogues in this film. The screenplay would have been
slick in the first half. Screenplay in second half is very
gripping and exuberant.
RP Patnaik has come up with another good music for this film.
Though he has done a good job, it is overshadowed by the extraordinary
work he has done for 'Nuvvu Nenu'. The songs and music are
not as good as 'Nuvvu Nenu'.
Songs in this film are apt. The highlight song of this film
is 'Kitakita Talupula', which comes at the right point of
story. The first song that was pictured on kids was also very
cute. 'Manasanta Nuvve' title song, which comes repeatedly,
is also a winner.
The first half of the film is average. Second half of the
film is pretty good. Comedy in this film is single handedly
executed by brilliant Sunil. Songs are good. They made the
story complicated by introducing a unnecessary character for
Sijju in this film. The film would have become more complete,
if they had got rid of melodrama and the routine-climax in
the film. Over all this film has got all the ingredients to
attract family as well as youth to pull to the theater. It
has potential to become a silent hit. We got to wait and see
what the Dussera season has in store for this film's box-office