What is bad: The film promises so much when it takes off, you expect a taut thriller, but the film does not gel at all. Firstly, it is too long for a thriller, the film almost lasts 2hrs 35min. It seems like the director also suffered from amnesia. He keeps introducing character after character in the film and just lets them go after one scene. The screenplay has so many loose ends and the script has so many loopholes, you start wondering if anyone ever thought about logic at all. Simplest example being that Manoj's link to his life is a cassette that he plays in a tape recorder. It is shown that the tape recorder is damaged by pouring water into it. What about the cassette? Also, after all the heavy duty fights through the movie, the climax is a big dampener. The item song with Kausha is completely unnecessary.
Me Thinks: Can be safely avoided. Maybe a one time watch on a DVD if you are the kind that appreciates technical finesse. Nenu Meeku Telusaa is a case of a great idea on paper that got lost somewhere in translation.
Tailpiece: The logic flaws are so glaring that you cannot help but think if the audience is taken for granted. Manoj, who is a murder suspect, roams around as freely as you and me and no one is really concerned. Also, you do end up wondering what was the need for all the characters in his flashback when you do not intend to show them again.