Movie Review: Aha Naa Pellanta (2011)
Cast and Crew:
Naresh, Ritu Barmecha, Srihari, Subbaraju, Samrat, Brahmanandam, M S Narayana, Vennela Kishore, Krishna Bhagawan, Ahuti Prasad, Anita, Nagineedu, Hamsa Nandini and others
Music: Raghu Kunche
Producer: Sunkara Ramabrahmam
Banner: A K Entertainments
Survi Review: 2.75/5
Subbu (Allari Naresh) is a software engineer, who was brought up by his maternal uncle (Ahuti Prasad), who was a doctor. He searches for an alliance to his innocent nephew but could not get a suitable girl. However, Subbu had a soft corner towards his colleague Madhu (Anita) and silently loves her. But Madhu is fond of a rich living. Subbu works in a firm managed by Busy Balaraj (Brahmanandam). Once Balaraj throws a party and Subbu gets drunk. By the time he wakes up, he finds a Sanjana (Ritu Barmecha) by his side in his house. Sanjana’s elder brother Durga (Srihari) and two other brother (Subbaraju and Samrat) thrash Subbu and force him to marry their sister alleging that Subbu was in love with their sister.
They invite Subbu to meet their father JJ (Nagineedu). Subbu caught unawares and wanted to wriggle out from the situation. Being intelligent, Subbu gets the video CD of the CC camera in the bar and finds that the three brothers played the drama and arranged all this. At this juncture, Madhu tells Sanjana that Subbu did not love her and is favouring her. Sanjana in turn tells her brothers that they can threaten Subbu and get married to her but it is absurd to marry someone who doesn’t love her. So, Durga wanted to make love blossoms between the two and takes the help of Balaraj and finds that Madhu is after money. With the assistance of a love guru (Vennela Kishore), they make Subbu realise that Madhu is after money and did not really love him. At the same time, they create a situation where Subbu finds that Sanjana is a better option. The film ends on a happy note with the union of Subbu and Sanjana.
Allari Naresh is a competent actor and excels in comedy centric roles. His dialogue delivery and timing are the best.Nagineedu does the same thing that he usually does. The heroine Ritu Barmecha is stony-faced, but its nice to see Anita Hassanandani come back with this film. She looks beautiful in every frame and her figure compliments her role in a healthy way.
Srihari gave a promising performance. Subbaraju and Samrat also played roles laced with perfect comedy. Brahmanandam once again used to the fullest by the director in extracting comedy. Vennela Kishore earns admiring name by providing ample laughs at the end. Music by Raghu Kunche is good. Loknath’s cinematography is ok. Editing could have been more crisp.Director Veerabhadram has a regular story to tell interestingly and the screenplay adds to the smooth narration.
2. Anita Hassanandani
1. Copied Scenes
Remake of Welcome & Marrying The Mafia.
1. Glider Scenes – [pro-player]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EocHhTd6fqI[/pro-player]
2. Name Joke – [pro-player]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Reofd_eh6Ao[/pro-player]
3. Picturisation Copy – [pro-player]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCiMxnySQkE[/pro-player]
1. Glider Scenes – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EocHhTd6fqI
2. Name Joke – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Reofd_eh6Ao
3. Picturisation Copy – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCiMxnySQkE
Aha Naa Pellanta is broadly a remake of Welcome [which, in turn remake of Marrying The Mafia(2002)], and yet another Allari Naresh joyride.This comedy makes you laugh if you are not looking for logic or reality.
Bottom-Line – Paisa Wasool Movie