What is bad:
The film has too many subplots which hamper the pace of the film. Although, there are plenty of comedians in the film, their track is just not funny enough to evoke laughter. To narrate two love stories set in different locations demands a gripping screenplay and that’s exactly where things go wrong with this film. Flip flopping between two love stories; the film never lets you to settle down to enjoy a love story. The storyline involving the families of these couples is poorly written and doesn’t add any value to the film.
Dialogues by Lakshmi Bhupal are pretty good and some will have you in splits. Cinematography by B.L.Sanjay is alright. Editing by Gowtham Raju could have been better. Storyline by Jai Kiran is good although there is nothing new about it. Sunil Kashyap’s music is pleasant. Siva Nageswara Rao who handles the screenplay and direction of the movie does an average job. There’s hardly any conflict between the couples. Siva Nageswara Rao could have taken more care in the narration of the film and ensure that the audience connects to them.
“Ninnu Kalisaka” takes an easy route and concludes that the current generation is materialistic and too confused to make the right decision. With so many love stories these days, the director couldn’t come up with a novel narration and conclusion to make this film interesting. There are few goofups here and there in the movie too. Although one of the couples is supposed to travel to the US, the actual shooting of the film was done in Singapore. Further there seems to be a lack to authenticity in the sets designed for the film. The presence of “Meru”/ “Radio Cabs” in an US Airport might leave you confused! Even the much talked about sequence of recreating “Titanic” without the ship and water fails to make an impact. The film could have been atleast 15 minutes shorter. Overall, a poor execution of a routine script with an unexpected twist makes sure that there’s nothing new or original about this film.
Siva Nageswara Rao did a special role in the film as Love Guru, Prem Baba. Jagapathi Babu also makes a special appearance in this film.