Cast : Allari Naresh, Ritu Barmecha, Anita, Srihari, Brahmanandam, Subbaraju, Nagineedu, Samrat, Krishna Bhagawan, MS Narayana, Vennela Kishore, Thagubothu Ramesh and others Dialogues: Sridhar Seepana
Music: Raghu Kunche
Editor: MR Varma
Producer: Rama Brahmam Sunkara
Story, screenplay and directed by: Veerabhadram
Release date: March 2, 2011
Rating: 3 / 5Allari Naresh New Telugu Film Aha Naa Pellanta Movie Review:
Subbu (Allari Naresh) is a software engineer. He leads happy life. One day he attends a party and he wakes up in the morning finding himself in bed with a girl named Sanjana (Ritu Barmecha). That girl has three gangster brothers (Srihari, Subbaraju and Samrat) and they fix Subbu’s wedding with their sister Sanjana. Trouble is that Subbu already has a girlfriend (Anita) and he doesn’t want to marry Sanjana. But does he have guts to say no to these gangster brothers?
It’s a little sophisticated role for Allari Naresh and he makes sure that his brand of comedy is intact. It is Srihari who grabs the limelight with his nice dialogues and entertaining performance. Brahmanandam is hilarious in the final parts of the movie. The combination of Srihari and Brahmanandam worked well on the screen. Anita is good as girlfriend of hero and Ritu Barmecha is okay. Vennela Kishore is good as love guru. MS Narayana entertains as marriage broker. Thagubothu Ramesh (Ala Modalaindi fame) appears again in a similar role and entertains. Nagineedu, Subbaraju, Samrat, Ahuti Prasad etc are okay.
Techincal and Other departments:
On technical front, music director Kunch Raghu’s work is good. Camera work is pretty average and so are other technical departments. Debutant director Virabhadram passes the test in his first film. Story and scenes are copied from several films but he has provided entertainment, so that is his success.
Though the story based on a korean comedy, director Veerabrahmam made sure that comedy written between Allari Naresh, Srihari and Brahmanandam works well on the screen. There are certain points in the movie that needs improvement. Allari Naresh continues his ‘safe hero to bet on’ image successfully with this movie as well. On a whole, Aha Naa Pellanta is an okay entertainer despite having certain inspired stuff.
Final View:Aha Naa Pellanta is a time-pass flick. Don’t look for any original jokes or ideas but it provides some good hilarious moments thanks to Srihari and Brahmanandam in the second half.