(Tarun) meets a girl (Trisha) over a train journey to
Hyderabad from Mumbai. They both like each other, but
too shy to ask the name of the other person. They leave
to their respective places. But the memories of the
other person keeps haunting them. They search for each
other for a while. After a grotesque incident they decide
to listen to the words of their parents. The girl accepts
an arranged marriage proposal by her parents. Boy goes
to USA for his employment. As the fate decides it, they
meet each other after 3 years in a train. But this time,
the girl has a small baby and the boy has a beautiful
damsel sitting beside him. To know what the climax is
all about, watch the film!!
did well. But after acting in performance oriented films
like 'Nuvve Nuvve' and 'Ela Cheppanu', working for this
film is like a cakewalk to him. Trisha is lovable and
cute. She looks cool in traditional appearance and meaningful
scenes. And appear awkward in ultra modern dresses.
Hotshot heroine Shriya is reduced to a meaningless role
in this film. She acted as one of the pals of Tarun.
And the angle of love is not there in between Tarun
and Shirya. Interestingly Sunil has more footage than
Shriya. Sunil is OK as comedian. Singer Nagurbabu gave
a special appearance. Actress Reema Sen did a cameo
in climax. Director Jothi Krishna also appeared in a
couple of scenes. Tanikella Bharani is good as father
of heroine. Archana Puran Singh's role as the beauty-conscious
mother of heroine is miserable, as she seemed clownish
Story of the film is loosely based on Hollywood flick
'Serendipity', which deals about the concept of fate.
The searching angle has close resemblance to the second
half of 'Okariki Okaru' film.
- dialogues - direction: Jothi Krishna - son of
the popular producer AM Rathnam - made his debut as
director. He made his debut at a tender age. He shown
flashes of brilliancy in conceiving a few scenes. But
the screenplay of the film lacks clarity. If you chose
such a classy subject as story, you need to narrate
it so slickly that it holds the attention of viewers.
But the narration of 1st half of the film meanders till
it reaches interval point. Dialogues of the film are
OK. But there is a liberal dosage of double entendres
to such an extent that you find lots of scenes where
audio is erased due to censor's objection. Sunil's dialogue
about 'Pizza' is good.
Music by AR Rehman is good. The best song in this film
is 'Askava' song. The song 'Kalusukundama' is very poetic
and possess lots of aesthetic value. 'Edo Edo' song
which was shot in Venice and Rome King's playground.
Camerawork is first rate. The aerial shots in the song
'Kalusukundama' is very impressive for an Indian film.
Probably Strada Crane might have been used for this.
There is grandeur in the canning of scenes.
First half of the film is very slow. Second half has
some story. Climax of the film is satisfactory. The
strengths of the film are technical values and grandeur.
Weakness of the film are lack of clarity in screenplay
and censored dialogues in first half. Youth (both girls
and boys) are shown in bad light. This film's openings
on 1st day are terrific. This film's success depends
on how youth takes it!!
throttle: This film is titled as 'Nee Manasu Naaku
Telusu'. But contrary to it, the lovers fail to read
what is there in the other heart's when they meet each
other for second time.