Movie: Chinnadana Nee Kosam
Banner: Sresht Movies
Cast: Nithiin, Mishti, Nazar, Ali, Sitara, Naresh and Others
Music: Anoop Rubens
Cinematography: I Andrew
Editor: Prawin Pudi
Producers: N. Sudhakar Reddy, Nikita Reddy
Direction: A. Karunakaran
Release Date: Dec 25th, 2014.
Deccan Abroad Rating : 2.5/5
Story: Nithin (Nithiin) is your boy next door with a happy family and a happy life. The film starts off with him saving a girl from being raped on a train and thoroughly bashing up the goondas. Later, we are introduced to his family comprising his father (Naresh), mother (Sitara) and his sister. One day, he sees a girl in a car and falls for her when she calls him by his name. Intrigued by who she is, he follows her and tries to make friends with her. Soon, he finds out that the girl’s name is Nandini (Mishti Chakraborthy) and that she is a multi-talented girl who trains little kids through out the day.
Meanwhile, Nithin helps Nandini to get the penthouse in Reddy garu’s (Nazir) house. Just when Nithin thinks of proposing to Nandini, Nandini disappears with Reddy garu. The rest of the film shows who Nandini really is and why she took Reddy garu with her.
Artists Performances: Nithiin is in his components in this film and has pulled off clever scenes no sweat. He is great in the teasing scenes, however as an on-screen character this film doesn’t put him to test at any occurrence. He has done this sort of characters in a considerable lot of his past motion pictures. Mishti is alright as the female lead. She can act out and looks great next to Nithiin. Nasser assumed the key part in this film and he is great obviously. Naresh and Sitara are enthralling as Nithiin’s guardians. Dhanya did the character of Mishti’s companion and she is fine. Ali’s parody didn’t work whatsoever.
Technical Departments : Love stories usually work best if they have melodies and a couple of racy numbers. But Anoop Ruben’s does not recreate the magic he created with Manam or even Oka Laila Kosam. The songs are totally forgettable once you walk out of the theatre, barring Chinnadana Nee Kosam. Cinematography is decent and the film is visually good in most places. Nithin had always wanted to work with Karunakaran, who had directed his favourite star Pawan Kalyan in films like Tholi Prema. But Karunakaran is definitely not at his best as far as Chinnadana Nee Kosam is concerned.
Routine Comedy in second half
Forthy love stories are amusing to watch particularly amid the Christmas season. The air is loaded with bubbly disposition and the audience of onlookers are out to have a good time. In this way, viewing the publications of Chinnadana Nee Kosam, there were exclusive standards among groups of onlookers, particularly the adolescent ones.
However Karunakaran disillusions by providing for them a silly film which does keep you drenched amid the first half. In spite of the fact that its fundamentally an affection story, despite everything you appreciate the tricks and adoration loathe relationship in the middle of Nithin and Nandini. And after that comes the interim blast and the scene movements to Barcelona. All of a sudden, you are energized wanting to see beautiful areas and the flourishing life in Barcelona.
At the same time what you see is a rushed and surged exertion at wrapping up the film which draws spark from movies like Kuch Hota Hain, Maine Pyar Kiya and other comparable movies. The whole gay scene while presumably being politically off base does not tickle you one bit. Ali is completely squandered in a misguided character.
Being a prepared director, Karunakaran ought to have focused all the more on the second half and given better screenplay. The whole second half is sketchy and you sit tight for the film to end. By the way, this has been the pattern with a ton of movies nowadays. Just about all the movies that have released as of late have had great to fair first parts, while the second parts have been completely terrible. Nithin tries to rescue the film by putting in a shot of Pawan Kalyan and alluding to his name a couple times.
The last dialog is indeed a promo of sorts for Pawan Kalyan’s expected film. However all movie producers need to recall that the crowds who don’t endure an awful film even from the Power Star himself, will definitely not fall into the trap of viewing a severely made film simply on the grounds that it has references of Pawan Kalyan.
Despite the fact that Chinnadana Nee Kosam begins off on a guaranteeing note, it completely becomes mixed up in Barcelona.
Verdict : Missed Karunakaran’ Mark.