Nannu Dochukunduvate Movie Review: A Combination of Sugar and Spice
Nannu Dochukunduvate is a quirky love story which involves a bunch of pair of individuals who are the complete polar opposite of each other.
Imagine there is a sudden change in your boring mundane lifestyle where you end up making a mistake which you didn't intend to but the mistake turned out to be a blessing in disguise when something good happens. It becomes memorable and awesome. This is what happens in Nannu Dochukunduvate with the protagonists Karthik and Megha.
The film revolves around Karthik (Sudheer Babu) who is a stone-faced, narcissist corporate employee whose life revolves around targets and meetings throughout his daily routine. His entrance to the office encounters fear when the employees start running helter-skelter by rearranging the chairs and pretend to work, kind of how it was shown frame-to-frame in Meryl Streep's The Devil Wears Prada in the scene when she enters the office and the whole workplace goes into chaos.
On the other hand, Megha (Nabha Natesh) is the typical girl-next-door who is totally opposite, lives life on her own terms and finds happiness on small things. Viva Harsha is also part of this film and the best part in this film is the meeting of the opposites which is quite iconic and hilarious which most of us have been watching in every film of the same genre in the past.
The plot stresses on a serious issue of Indians doing everything they can to live their American Dreams. Apart from proposing and saying I Love You, sometimes even understanding the feelings of your partner can be more than helpful in bringing your loved ones together.
The director RS Naidu has done a very good job in the direction part and the music turns out to be quite situational in the entire film. Music of this film is composed by B. Ajaneesh Loknath, a re-known personality in Karnataka film industry. He is being loved even by audiences' from the Tamil and Telugu industry recently.
The film is filled with a lot of fun moments which will make your weekend more awesome and the best part about the film is the heartwarming tale which will bring different generations together.
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