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The movie 'Nenu Meeku Baga Kavalsinavaadini Movierulz' was introduced as the producer of Divya Deepti, the daughter of the centenarian film director Kodi Ramakrishna. Kiran Abbavaram, who impressed the youth with the movies 'Rajavaru Ranigaru' and 'SR Kalyana Mandapam', is the hero in this film. His last two films did not do well. And, did this movie bring success? Or?

Nenu Meeku Baaga Kavalsina Vaadini Movierulz Story: Vivek (Kiran Abbavaram) is a cab driver. His duty is to drop off Teju (Sanjana Anand), who has been drunk every day for five months. One day he saves Teju from being kidnapped by someone. 'Why do you drink every day? What is the reason?' When Vivek asks... Teju tells his story. Vivek then tells his story. 

Teju is loved by everyone in the house. They are a happy family. Why did a girl become addicted to alcohol in such a family? Why did Vivek who leads a happy life become a cab driver? Why is there no happy ending in the love stories of both? What did Vivek and Teju do after knowing each other's stories? It should be seen in the movie.

Analysis (NMBK Movie Review): First song item song in the movie! Kiran Abbavaram took the steps taken by star heroes. Not just the steps... It doesn't take long to understand that the star heroes have acted in a story written by taking scenes and main twists from earlier films. Before the song, the movie starts with the get-up scene. The mannerisms and dialogue delivery set-up is done in 'Jabardasth' are repeated with Sheenu and we have to understand that there will be nothing more in the later film!

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There are a couple of noteworthy scenes in the entire film... one is the interval twist. Two, the climactic twist. Both of those are enough... Kiran Abbavaram and the team seem to think that the audience will watch whatever scenes are taken in between. The climactic twist is also nothing new. 

This is what Krishnavamsi showed in the movie 'Sasirekha Parinayam'. Kiran Abbavaram, the hero who wrote the words and the screenplay, is more tempted to elevate himself as a mass hero than the story and other things. Fights seem to have been added even if they weren't necessary. There are moreover elevation shots in those fights as well.

If there's one thing that gave Anto Into relief in the whole movie...Manisharma's music! Not that it's new either! But, the longer the better. Also, the less we talk about other things, the better. Build values ​​are good. Kodi Ramakrishna's daughter Divya Deepti spent well. It would have been better if they had focused on the story along with the cost.

How did the actors do? : Kiran Abbavaram concentrated more on mass elevations than acting. Fights are good. But, did they suit his image? Or? Didn't see it. In this movie, Kiran Abbavara is given the same elevations as the star heroes who have done 30 films. Heroine Sanjana Anand looked beautiful in the song 'Nachhav Abboy' which came after the end of the movie. 

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She became an actress in the movie. Sonu Thakur also has nothing much to say. Baba Bhaskar has done more comedy in TV shows than in movies. Actors like SV Krishna Reddy and Sameer are festival idols but they have done nothing. Routine scenes, routine acting!

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What is the final say? : In the promotional films before the release of 'Nenu Meeku Baaga Kavalsinavadini', he was portrayed as a 'mass entertainer'. Maybe... I thought it would be difficult to wear after that!? There is no mass appeal in the movie. When it comes to logic... there is a long list. In the movie, the hero keeps saying in the dialogue that 'drivers are fools'. Leaving the drivers aside... Kiran Abbavaram has a sense of humor for the audience. Even if it came out ten or fifteen years ago, it is difficult to impress this movie!

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