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Everybody loves a good movie. For an average viewer, it is two to three hours of their life when they forget all and entertain their senses. But seldom do we realize how difficult it is to make a movie. While we see the superstars on the big screen, the hard work of the crew behind the screen is forgotten. Neenade Naa is the story of an Assistant director. A man behind the screen.
Starring Dynamic Prince Prajwal Devaraj and Priyanka Kandelwal, the movie has been produced by the actor's father Dynamic Star Devaraj. Director of the movie is Khandas. The movie also stars Ankita Maheshwari. Both the heroines are making their debut with this movie.
The movie is based on the real life experience of Director Khandas. The story is therefore refreshing and new and attempts to have a fresh take on the concepts of love and friendship. Prajwal's character goes through four differnet phases in the movie. He starts off as a school boy and grows up into a young adult while going through pre-college and undergraduate college. Prajwal has managed to play all the four different aged characters will great ease.
The two heroines in the movie play a very contrasting characters in the movie. While Priyanka plays role of a software engineer and a career oriented woman, Ankita plays the role of a women interested in sports. Both the actresses performed well in the role of a modern, independent woman.
Producer Rockline Venkatesh has done a cameo in the movie. The whole movie is a script that Prajwal is narrating to Rockline Venkatesh, who plays a producer in the movie. Prajwal's younger brother Pranam also does a cameo. He is seen in the song 'Joru joru'. Although the first half is a bit drag and confusing, the second half will make up for it with a crisp screenplay.
The movie is youthful and humorous and will not fail to entertain the audience. This is definitely one of those movies you can enjoy with your friends or family during the weekend.