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Manasuku Nachindi

Manasuku Nachindi

16 Feb, 2018
2 hrs 29 mins
2,264 votes
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The two childhood friends, Nithya and Sooraj, are convinced that they don't want to get married to each other and run off to Goa on their wedding day. However, they re-discover the love on their runaway trip.
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Verdict: Manjula strikes gold in her directorial debut. Manjula Ghattamaneni, Super Star Mahesh Babu's sister, is making her debut as a director with Manasuku Nachindi, which stars Sundeep Kishan and Amyra Dastur in lead roles, along with Tridha Choudhury, Adith Arun, Priyadarshi, Baby Jhanvi, Nasser and Punarnavi in prominent roles among the rest of the cast. This []... ...Read full review
Debut films are always hard, especially for filmmakers. Actors can sometimes get away with mediocre performances if the film does well. Either a supporting member of the cast or the screenplay or the script makes up for his/her non-performance. But a director has got nowhere to hide. For them, each flaw is amplified and has an impact on the entire film. ...Read full review
Suraj(Sundeep Kishan) and Nithya(Amyra Dastur) are childhood friends who elope from their own wedding. Their concept is how come two close childhood friends get married to each other. But all this, changes upside down with the entry of Tridha Chowdary and Adith. Rest of the story is as to how the close friends realize that their relationship is not just friendship but pure love. ...Read full review
Sooraj (Sundeep Kishan) and Nithya (Amyra Dastur) are in search of true joy. They have just delivered a shocker to their elders and are on their way to being wanderlusts. Once in Goa, Nithya is in a mood for a spiritual masthi. Sooraj, a happy-go-lucky guy, is an underachiever who doesn`t know his true talent lies in photography. Abhay (Arun Adith) enters the screen and our Nithya is instantly smitten. Nikki (Tridha Choudhury) enters the screen and our Sooraj is instantly smitten. ...Read full review
Hailing from a filmy family, there were high expectations for the debut of director Manjula Ghattamaneni. But sadly, she proves true the aphorism - expectations lead to disappointment. Manasaku Nacchindi (Things that our hearts love) is deficient of a beating heart, and the script lets the movie down. ...Read full review
A trip to Goa turns into a soul-searching adventure for two childhood friends and soon they are forced to come to terms with their real feelings for each other. If this was a pitch for a film then it might very well have been an auto-generated story idea from Imtiaz Alis bank of love stories. But in the hands of director Manjula Ghattamaneni, it becomes something entirely different. ...Read full review