Hero Nandu is slowly but steadily making his presence felt in Tollywood. His new film, Inthalo Enneni Vinthalo has hit the screen this Friday. Read on to see how this romantic drama turns out to be.
Vishnu played by Nandu is a happy go lucky youth who falls in love with Soumya. But to his bad luck, his love story gets a half in the form of Soumya's father who disrupts Vishnu's plans of marrying his daughter. Upset with this, he carries on and meets a girl called Thara. But to his bad luck, this relation lands him in even bigger trouble. The crux of the story is as to how Vishnu comes out of his troubles and comes out with flying colors.
Nandu is the mainstay of the film as he leads from the front and does a great job with his performance. He is picking up on every film and he looks smart and gives his best in the emotional department. Heroine Pooja Rama Chandran is also good in her role. The way she supports the hero in all his endeavors is also very good. But sadly, the other heroine, Soumya Venu Gopal is just okay as she has nothing much to do with the film because of her limited role.
Had the intention been to thrill the audience instead of being obsessed with projecting Nandu's character as a rare gem, 'IEV' might have at least sounded a bit updated. The film is heavily inspired by Hollywood movie Hangover 3 but cannot come close to it whatsoever. There is no proper execution as the film suffers from major flaws of writing and execution. Only the production values of the film ar A strictly wafer-thin plot, an almost laughable rom-com track, a curiously outdated flashback, and a crime angle that comes undone. A strictly wafer-thin plot, an almost laughable rom-com track, a curiously outdated flashback, and a crime angle that comes undone. This is 'IEV'. This is 'IEV'. e slightly better. Director Varaprasad does not stick to one genre and he makes a silly situation of the uneven script.
No effect on emotions
Inthalo Eennini Vinthalo is one film which lacks direction from the word go. A strictly wafer-thin plot, an almost laughable rom-com track, a curiously outdated flashback, and a crime angle that comes undone. There are so many flaws in this film which has nothing great to offer us and can be ignored completely this weekend.