Ninnu Choodalani is an romantic love based movie in which, The twin cities sport two sweet shop giants in the form of Siva Reddy (K Vishwanath) and Sahadeva Reddy (K Satyanarayana).
Venu (NTR) is the teenage grandson of Siva Reddy and Siri (Raveena Rajput) is the granddaughter of Sahadeva Reddy. Venu happens to see Siri on the day of Holi and falls in love with her at the first sight.
He gets hold of a photograph of her and then uses her photograph to put up a hoarding in Abids area asking her to call up his number. The parents of Siri notice their daughter's portrait on the advertisement of Siva Reddy sweets. The rivalry between Siva Reddy and Sahadeva Reddy intensifies.
Siri falls in love with Venu, since she likes the kind of attention he gives to her, as she is a neglected girl in her house. Its elections time and Siva Reddy and Sahadeva Reddy are given MLA tickets from two opposition parties. Siva Reddy and Sahadeva Reddy advises their grandkids not to meet each other till the elections are completed. rest of the story is about how all ends well.
If star siblings and star sons are doing so well for
themselves, then can star grandsons be far behind? Well, it
appears difficult to answer from Ninnu Choodaalani. The guy
reminds you of NTR physically at least - he's as rotund as
NTR was in the color film era. But he handles the dance and
fight sequences with surprising ability. Yet, he can't make
you laugh. So is he going to be a hit? Well, clairvoyance in
film reviewing is restricted to the product at hand, so here
Venu (N T Rama Rao) is the kind who'll sing for a song and
is generally into life. Then a bunch of extremely silly
never-say-die girls chases Siri (Raveena Rajput) right into
his arms, and he, needless-to-say, falls in love with her at
that. In an extremely innovative approach in Telugu films,
Venu and Siri happen to be the grandchildren of two rivals.
Shiva Reddy and Sahadev Reddy, sweet shop owners both, love
reviling each other.
Venu, in search of the girl who has 'stolen his heart'
(pardon us folks, these movies are starting to rub off on us
now), sets up a hoarding in the middle of the city with her
picture and his phone number. JFI, the hoardings at the
Greenlands crossroads for a month cost significantly more
than a CBZ. Such minor things aside, Siri's dad thrashes the
life out of Venu and accuses his daughter of loving him. And
she starts hating Venu with all her heart