Story : Siva and Gayatri are two teenaged bonded workers who commit the mistake of falling in adore. This forces them to commit a fatal mistake which forces these phones run for their lives from the dangerous spirits mafia.
Movie Review: On their first date, Siva (Prince) and Gayatri (Nandita) intend on going to a movie, but end up having hot, multiple times on a window shade in the dead from the night instead. The act however, isn't as risque since the idea, but still it's a first in Tollywood nonetheless. A few weeks on, Gayatri gets pregnant as well as all hell breaks loose. Well, not quite.
Here's a backgrounder to put the plot in perspective. " Neeku Naaku Dash Dash" is really a greasy love story that runs in the backdrop from the deadly illicit liquor mafia. Siva and Nandita are two of the numerous teenagers who are picked up from debt ridden families to operate as bonded labor for the Rs 470 million (as shown within the movie) illicit liquor brewing business run through the vicious-looking baddie, Bapineedu. A horde of corrupt political figures, bureaucrats and police officers are also involved in the nexus (it is revealed at the start of the movie).
An unlikely romance flowers between Siva and Nandita. Nandita bullies Siva into falling in love with her in the middle of brewing and repackaging illicit liquor in a questionable facility. The two are forced to run for their lives as the baddies learn about their romance. They elope with two air bags filled with money much to the dismay of Bapineedu, that goes after them with all his henchmen within tow. We'll leave the rest to your creativity.
Nandita has the author-backed role and she provides a quirky performance. The debutante has some screen presence and holds lots of promise. Prince, on the other hand, reminds us of Mahesh Babu in certain profile shots. Though not as expressive as his co-star he puts inside a decent performance. There are too many characters which come and go and their performances don't really register within the clutter. Suman Shetty provides some comic relief together with his histrionics, but the humor borders on the boy's hostel variety and may not go down too well with all.
Shot upon Red Epic camera, the movie has a very gritty turn to it. The characters wear no make up whatsoever, everything looks a little too greasy and the dull color scheme gives it a very raw feel.
One gets the feeling that director Teja tried to do a tad too much with the movie, loading the narrative with multiple emotions through. It comes off only in bits and the typical music score doesn't help matters either. Guess it will go down as some of those experiments that could not be pulled off.
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