Banner: Sri Sri Soolini Durga Productions
Producer: V.Yashwanth Sai Kumar
Casting: G.V.Prakash Kumar, Nikki Galrani, Rakshitha, Prakash Raj, Balaji, Kovvai Sarala, Jeeva and others
Kumar (G.V.Prakash) who is all set to get engaged and start his married life with Priya (Nikki Galrani),however lands in two minds as he couldn't get over the memories of his ex lover Nancy (Anandi).
To the top of it, his bachelor party with his friend Balaji (RJ Palaji) in Puducherry lands him in new problems. To find out where Kumar's confusion leads to, watch Chennai Chinnodu on silver screen.
G.V.Prakash performed his role effortlessly. However after a point viewers find it difficult as there is no dept in the role.
Nikki Galrani and Anandi failed to attract either with their performances or glamour. Others like Prakash Raj, Balaji etc passed through the motions in the routine roles.
Prakash's music and background score is just average. Editing of Vivek Harshan left a lot to be desired throughout the film. Cinematography of Shakti Sharvanan is good.
Director Rajesh should have worked on the story and the script before taking the project to sets. Production values are ok.
Anandi, Nikki Galrani
Story, Screenplay, Direction
Lack of commercial elements
Rajesh came with a very weak plot and hoped to score a hit with a triangular love story. From the beginning the film tested the patience of the movie lovers and with Rajesh failing with his story, direction and screenplay, it is a torture for the viewers.
With the slow pace, testing scenes, illogical narration and routine drink and dine scenes in the name of comedy, movie lovers are made to look at the exit doors in the theatres.
There is nothing in the film that is worth talking. Comedy failed to click, triangular love story failed to do the trick.
Chennai Chinnoudu shows his cruel nature.
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