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Aha Naa Pellanta Review

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Aha Naa Pellanta
Banner:AK Entertainments
Cast:Allari Naresh, Rithu Barmecha, Srihari, Brahmanandam and others
Direction:Veerabrahmam
Production:Sunkara Ramabrahmam
Music:Raghu Kunche

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Aha Naa Pellanta Review - A perfect prescription to relieve from stress

IndiaGlitz  [Wednesday, March 02, 2011]
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'Aha Naa Pellanta' of Dr Rajendra Prasad released way back in 1987 was a non-stop entertainer. Kota Srinivasa Rao outsmarted the Nata Kireeti with his performance as a miser. When a film coming with the same title, the audiences to have high expectations on the film and worried whether the latest film of Allari Naresh, who stepped into the shoes of the senior artiste and settled as a comedy hero would live up to those expectations. But the debutant director Veerabhadram, who was protégé of EVV Satyanarayana gave a perfect tribute to his mentor and brought out the film like a laugh riot. The film was quite hilarious for all the two hours of its run as the director filled comedy in each and every scene from start to finish.

Story

JJ (Nagineedu) who was a faction leader settles scores with his opponent and gets jailed. On the day of his release from jail, again his rivals attack him, but JJ kills all of them. However, he leaves the rival's son as he was child. JJ has three sons (Srihari, Subbaraju and Samrat) and a daughter Sanjana (Ritu Barmecha). The elder one is Durga (Srihari). In fact, JJ is a nice gentleman and doesn't want any of the girls in his region cry for anything. Durga and his brothers could not get a good match for Sanjana as everyone was afraid of them. Subbu (Allari Naresh) is a software engineer who was an innocent guy, who was brought up by his maternal uncle Dr Ananda Rao (Ahuti Prasad). Subbu attends a party hosted by their manager Busy Balaraj (Brahmanandam). On the advice of a marriage broker (MS Narayana) Durga and his brothers play a trick. Subbu and Sanjana find each other on the bed but could not understand how they reached and what happened the previous night. Next day, Durga and his brothers meet Subbu and thrash him. They force him to marry Sanjana as both of them are in love. However, Subbu uses his brain and gets the video footage of the bar and finds that Durga and his brothers played the trick. However, Durga wants to get Sanjana married to Subbu, as she started loving him after finding the kindness in him. Durga hatches a plan to get the element of love blossom between them. What sort of things they did? What happened to Subbu's love interest Madhu? Did Subbu marry Sanjana? Did the rival's son after growing up made any attempt to take revenge on JJ and his family? Answers to all these questions form part of the climax in a very hilarious manner.

PERFORMANCE

Allari Naresh once again gave the best performance. His character, however, was underplayed by the director as he had thought of giving more scope for narration of the story with the help of other artistes like Srihari, Brahmanandam, Subbaraju, Samrat and others. Among the female artistes, though a debutant Ritu Barmecha did justice to her role. She had the glamour and could also performed well whenever she got an opportunity. Srihari gave a hilarious performance as the brother of the heroine on the lines of 'Dhee'. Subbaraju and Samrat too played roles laced with perfect comedy. The director made use of the talent of Brahmanandam to the fullest. Nagineedu was apt for the role and gave a nice performance as a factionist. Ahuti Prasad also did justice to his role.

CLAPWORTHY MOMENTS

Raghu Kunche scored good music for the film and a couple of songs were quite melodious. Especially the marriage song 'Pellichesukora Subrahmanyam...' is very catchy. The remix song 'Chinukulaa Raali...' in 'Nalugu Sthambhalata' was also melodious. The director had come up with an interesting storyline with perfect presentation and simple narration. The director did not lose grip on the subject at any given point of time and the entire two hour run. The director made use of cartoon caricatures for the action scenes involving Nagineedu to avoid direct bloodshed on the screen, which was really a nice experiment. The comedy track between Brahmanandam and Srihari are worth watching. Just before the climax, the sentiment scenes in the backdrop of action scenes (villain bashing Srihari, Subbaraju and Samrat) worked out well.

WHAT WENT WRONG?

Though not a complete minus, but the background score by Koti could have been a little better. The problem with the music is that it failed to elevate certain scenes. Cinematography by Lok Nath is just okay. MR Varma should have trimmed some scenes in the second half, but he might have feared reduction of length of the film to less than two hours which forced him to avoid using his scissors. But none of the scenes appeared lengthy and boring. Though there were some jerks in screenplay here and there, the comedy helped to ignore such scenes. It is a surprise how the director ignored to have a look at the dialogue modulation of artistes like Srihari and Nagineedu. It is a surprise that Srihari used the Telangana accent while Nagineedu delivers dialogues in Rayalaseema slang?

Verdict

Whatever may be the lapses, they are just ignorable because the audiences would ignore them as the film was quite hilarious and a laugh riot. Cinema is the right medium for common people as they go to theatres to relax from their daily and routine stress and the film is a fantastic prescription for a hearty laugh. Watch the film without any expectations and you can expect cent per cent justice to the money you invested on the ticket.

Released on: 2nd March, 2011

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