Love of parents for two decades plus affection is always the problem for lovers on silver screen. The love that evolves purely is rarely everlasting. It is similar in this 'Nenapinangala' too. The love that grows up to an inseparable stage in 'Nenapinangala' faces the ordeal that leads the film to a sordid end.
The convincing factor is the style of narration by debut director with debut hero and for debut producer. The short fall of this film is the length. Pruned by twenty minutes 'Nenapinangala' will be memorable to a large extent.
It is the situational villain in the film that makes the lovely looking Pallavi (Supritha) to change her decision. The immensely loving Soorya (Hemanth) gives back to Pallavi his heart feelings in fitting words. It is the whistle time from youths in the theatre. Leaving Soorya to the point of no return the director Dhanuchandra dashes another reply from Pallavi. It is repentance for the elders.
The beginning is very ordinary the takings after twenty minutes and very good songs frequently plus good dialogues demands a good attention to this film. The casual approach of Pallavi and slapping once in a slipper and then three times on the face of protagonist Soorya is also a situational demand. From the point of view of Pallavi it is correct. The beatings Soorya takes is because he is immersed in her love.
For the parents who bring up their children this film holds a mirror. The second of the three daughters in the family runs away after engagement. That compels father of Pallavi (third daughter) to agree for second daughter match to his third daughter Pallavi. Pallavi at this time is almost on the verge of running away and marrying Soorya. On sensing the danger she marries Soorya in the night time. It is not yet registered marriage. The family drama crops up now and Pallavi on her way wants to know the situation at her home. She is compelled to come back. Her father (Ramesh Bhat) begs her to accept the proposal that melts down heart of Pallavi.
Dhanuchandra Mavinakunte has written good dialogues for the roles of Pallavi and Soorya. He has not made a routine film and gives jerks to the audience at least in three places - villains barging in and hell breaking out is not a part of this film. He plays more on the emotions in this tragic love story. The family audience would easily take up this type of film because how the prestige and pure love cross swords is narrated.
Another laxity of this film is not delivering the dialogues in the punching style. They are well written but the character of Soorya should have made it in a high voice.
Supritha has given her best after 'Ambari'. Her sweet looks and convincing style plus purity of her role is delectable.
Hemanth, son of producer Ramakrishna in his debut looks handsome but not a macho. He gathers attention at the climax as he goes mad with his lover deceiving him. He has got a good role to prove his mettle. He has been partially successful. The actor in him has to come up in coming films. The lengthy hair for him is the demand of heroine character in the film. Unfortunately the love for hairstyle of protagonist goes for full shave at time female protagonist ends her life from a ceiling fan.
Ramesh Bhat the grand supporting actor of this film is perfect. Sudha Belawadi gives good support. The comedy episode that does jell with the flow of the film could be deleted.
This is the career best of female music director CR Bobby. Three of her scorings are foot tapping and melodious. Mella Mellane....is best of the three and location is also splendid. Ondu Muttina Hani Manasali Ide....Preethisuva Hrudayake Kanna Hani Sahajave...are other two passable tunes.
Renukumar in his camera has done a competent job but he deserved latest gadgets. Still the shot of heroine face on the gutter water is memorable.
Worth watching once by family audience!
Score - 6.5/10