Film: Yemaindhi Ee Vela
Banner: Sri Satya Sai Arts
Cast: Varun Sandesh, Nisha Agarwal, Shashank, Nisha Shah, Vennela Kishore, M S Narayana, Jhansi, Krishna Bhagawan, Pragathi, Madhu Sharma, Ashok Rao and others
Director: Sampath Nandi
Producer: K Radha Mohan
Release date: November 12, 2010
An absurd tale, the story begins with Seenu (varun) and Avantika (nisha) who are going for their second marriage separately. Seenu meets Nimisha (nisha shah) and likes her while Avantika meets Yuva (shashank) and sees it as working. Since they want to be honest with their prospective partners, both Seenu and Avantika reveal about their first marriage. Well, it is both of them who get married and have taken the divorce due to their ego clashes. Now, they are heading for a new life with new life partners. But will they give value to their priorities or will they stick to their original relationship forms the rest of the story.
The director has attempted to come up with a message oriented entertainer but it looks like a really misleading film. While the presentation was average, the narrative was weak. The dialogues were good at few places, the script was weak and the screenplay was okay. Background score was bad and songs were a disappointment. Cinematography was adequate. Editing was neat. Costumes were good, art department was apt. Varun Sandesh shoulders the film well with his performance and gives good efforts. Nisha Agarwal looks sweet but she has a long way to go when it comes to acting, she is quite brittle. Vennela Kishore is the one to watch out for, he entertains at all times. Shashank was okay, Nisha Shah is a revelation, she has potential. Pragathi was enlightening, M S Narayana was brief, Krishna Bhagawan was hardly there, the others did their bit as required. Madhu Sharma was hot for the item song.
The film comes across as a rather amateur attempt and one fails to understand what is being conveyed in the first half. It is all about how to woo a girl to the bed and how many public centers are used for getting physical. While the first half has been quitedamaging, it is only the second half which brings in some sense and though there is not much of intensity in the scenes, it salvages at few points. At the box office, this might appeal to the college students to an extent but success is very much doubtful.
TollywoodAndhra Verdict : Not upto the mark