Next Enti Movie Review
Last Modified On: 07 December 2018 | Reviewed By: Rohan M
Next Enti Movie Review: Next Enti is a Telugu Romance Drama movie directed by Kunal Kohli. The movie stars Sundeep Kishan, Tamannaah Bhatia in the lead roles and Navdeep, Poonam Kaur in supporting roles. Kunal Kohli makes his debut in this flick as a director and he has used his same formula in his previous flicks.
Did you watch this movie? How much do you feel it was worth?
Kunal Kohli has been famous in Bollywood for films like Hum Tum and Fanaa which were quite appreciated by the audience. The director made other films too but sadly they couldn't propel the success of the previous ones. The director has decided to go down south this time with Next Enti.
Set in London, the plot revolves around Tammy (Tamannah Bhatia) who has an instant hatred for boys and wants to settle down with someone whom her father (Sarath Babu) chooses. She happens to be dating Sanju (Sundeep Kishan) who is a man-child with no mood to grow up. Both get separated but the main plot arises when both the lovers meet again after many years. What's Going To Happen Next?
The director Kunal Kohli has used his same old formula of making love stories with oodles of humour which has a no-nonsense goal-oriented girl and a charming Casanova hitting on different women and obviously exotic locales. But this formula seems quite repetitive and lame.
The songs seem to be quite ok especially Oh Ok Never which is played in the opening of the film and that strikes a chord among the audience while watching in the theatres. But that doesn't help in keeping you engaged while watching the flick in theatres.
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Tammanaah adds a lot of glamour quotient in every scene. Her looks are almost similar to every heroine in Kunal Kohli's flicks who are filled with a lot of "Boss" attitude and hates "sick" men. But does it help? Well, not really as this is not going to be like how it used to be.
Sundeep Krishna portrays perfectly as the man-child in the movie and he has blended quite well in every frame of the film. He is at least trying to show off his childishness.
But I feel quite bad for Navdeep who plays the role of Krish, a suitor chosen by Tammy's father for her. His character has a very limited scope and he needs to brush his acting skills too.
Even though Kunal Kohli wanted to try his luck in Tollywood with this film as a debut but sadly the fate seems to be not on his side. It is trying to test his patience all the time.
Overall, you should skip this one as this will be the worst nightmare which you have never seen in your entire life.