Banner :- AK Entertainments
Director :- Veerabhadram Chowdary
Producer :- Sunkara Ramabrahmam
Cast & Crew :- Allari Naresh,Srihari,Ritu Barmecha,Ahuti Prasad,Nagineedu,Brahmanandam,Dharmavarapu Subramanyam,Natassha (Anitha),Krishna Bhagavan,Vennela Kishore
Music :-Raghu Kunche
Cinematographer :- Lokanath
Aha Naa Pellanta Movie Review
What is Good : Aha Naa Pellanta is a shameless comedy. It has innumerable scenes which generate different kinds of laughs – from the cheeky guffaws to complete ‘fall off seat’ loud laughs. Even though some could say that Srihari’s Telangana dialect has become too ‘normal’ he manages to utter some extremely funny words – just the words are enough to gives chuckles. Together with Brahmanandam, Srihari shoulders the responsibility of the movie, with some situations that can be seen only in Telugu Cinema. Of course it is unnecessary to say that Brahmanandam, when he has a good character, is just a synonym for comedy! Allari Naresh has a peculiar expression which by default looks confused and he makes use of it completely. Ritu Barmecha makes a nice entry into films, though she is required only to play the love interest of Naresh. Also cameo appearances from the likes of Venu Madhav, M.S. Narayana , Jaya Prakash Reddy, Vennela Kishore etc… add to the hilarious moments of the film. Anitha lokks glamorous in her limited role.
What is bad: Aha Naa Pellanta is heavily reminiscent of Hindi movie Welcome and has few scenes inspired from such comedies in Hindi. Problem is while the recent Hindi comedy movies have flimsy storylines, the progress of the story is effortless thanks to some well written and well acted scenes. Unfortunately, we have only well acted scenes (not all) here. For a comedy movie, Aha Naa Pellanta tries too hard to generate a love story between the lead couple. The good thing about Aha Naa Pellanta though is that at the end of the movie, you won’t mind it, because it gives your cheek bones enough exercise.
Technical Departments : Because it is a comedy, Aha Naa Pellanta is heavily dependent on dialogues, which are for most parts, written well. However, some dialogues had to be muted, and few others were not as emotional as they could have been. Editing glitches were quite visible, and the overall texture of the movie was quite average. The sets, (sometimes supported by VFX), weren’t too impressive either. However, it had one or two songs that could be of some interest to the masses, though the film could have done without atleast one. First time director Veerabhadra, instead of relying on the script, banked on highly experienced actors who do not shy away from their responsibility. Koti background could have been better.
Final Point : Aha Naa Pellanta could just be the movie for those who are looking for some good entertainment. It is easily a good Allari Naresh film in the recent times and also has bonus in the form of Srihari and Brahmanandam.