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Hello Guru Prema Kosame Review: 3.0/5.0
Nenu Local director Trinadha Rao Nakkina came with another entertaining love story Hello Guru Prema Kosame this festive season. Hero Ram and Anupama’s sizzling chemistry, Prakash Raj’s fun ride role were plus points of this movie. DSP composed music and few of them fared well at music charts.
Director: Trinadha Rao Nakkina
StarCast: Ram, Anupama Parameswaran, Praneetha Subhash
Producers: Shirish, Lakshman, Dil Raju
Cinematography: Vijay C Chakravarthy
Editor: Karthika Srinivas
Banner: Sri Venkateswara Creations
Story: Sanju(Ram) is a Kakinada native guy who doesn’t have the interest to go Hyderabad. Few forcing scenes from relatives poking made him to go Hyderabad. Sanju Meets Anu(Anupama) while traveling To Kakinada-Hyderabad with a catfight.
He joins as a trainee in a software company and eventually falls for beautiful Preneetha there. And Ram gets to know his relation with Anupama father Prakash Raj. Where Anupama- Ram- Prnaeetha’s triangular love story leads, What Prakash Raj has to do in middle forms Hello Guru Prema Kosame.
Analysis: Hello Guru Prema Kosame movie didn’t boast about their content., neither the cinema!! Its a simple love story told in an interesting screenplay.
Ram did many of these roles earlier and one more comes here. He nailed with his dialogues and one-liners. His comedy timing is superb and so his looks.
Anupama did a role to perform. She did it well as a girl who is conventional in thoughts. Praneetha has a small role as Ram’s love interest in the office.
Nagineedu-Sithara, Prakash Raj-Aamani played parents to lead pair. Posani played hero’s uncle. Prakash Raj got more screen space in the second half. He did the role with ease. Praveen, Sapthagiri brought some laughs.
Music was not an asset to this film. It ended on an average note. Production values by Dil Raju banner lacked that richness. Editing is good. Trinadha Rao once again picked beaten to death story and told it convincingly.
Go for it with no expectations. It won’t disappoint you.
Bottom line: Comedy – Love – Comedy!