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Neene Neene – Good in Parts

Posted by harino1 on June 13, 2008

This film by actor Shivadwaj in his debut as director is good in parts. The careful approach to the second half of the cinema could have made this film very interesting. There is some fine thinking to this media from Shivadwaj that is acknowledgeable. Ace director Dinesh Baboo doing his original task of cinematography gets him good marks. The birth of a new heroine to Kannada cinema from Aishwarya Nag is a welcome.

It is a mobile chatting and mobile love between Abisekh (Dhyaan) and Nandini (Aishwarya Nag). After a few pranks from Nandini it is time to fall in love. Nandini’s father a rich software guy Rajasekhar does not come in the way on hearing the whereabouts of his son in law. He only advises his daughter Nandini that the situation of her holding the suitcase in front of his house in depression should not happen. But that happens because of the various developments in the married couple life is not pleasant. Abisekh and Nandini are in trouble because of the mounting financial commitments. Abisekh surety for his friend loan lands him in police station. From then on Abisekh loses his temper. Nandini delivers a baby girl who is named as Misty. Nandini comes forward for sacrifice now. She joins a call center to support the financial crisis but it won’t work out for life in right direction. Abisekh suspects Nandini that makes her to leave the house to settle down in her father’s house. In the meantime Abisekh’s friend Dilipraj missing and not returned the loan surface and solves the deep neck problems of Abisekh. Abisekh decides to end his life after all humiliation. He comes to the spot where he bought Nandini after marriage. Nandini also comes here and express her wish. The estranged couple reunites in the end.

Dhyan is not only handsome but also delivered good performance. Aishwarya Nag in her debut looks cool, beautiful and has the ability to emote well. She is a new attractive addition to the heroine list. Ananthnag is sober in his role Sharan in his comedy tickle the funny bones.

The Eno Indho Eno Indhu Snehana Idhu Preethina…is very well written, composed and shot. Kusumari….song is well delivered. Srimurali has showed signs of promise in his debut film music. Dinesh Baboo gives a pleasant treat to the eyes.

Cut half an hour and speed is increased in the first and second half this is a wonderful film.

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