Review: Hi Nanna - A good family drama
Review: Hi Nanna - A good family drama

Hi Nanna Review: A good family drama

Hi Nanna Movie Date of Release: December 7, 2023.

Hi Nanna Movie Rating: 3/5 stars.

    Starring are Jayaram, Priyadarshi, Nassar, Angad Bedi, Nani, Mrunal Thakur, Baby Kiara Khanna, and others.

    Director: Shouryuv

    Producers: Dr. Vijender Reddy Teegala, Mohan Cherukuri (CVM).

    Hesham Abdul Wahab is the director of music.

    Sanu John Varghese, cinematographer

    Praveen Antony is the editor.

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    Natural Star Nani has since created the romantic drama Hi Nanna. Mrunal Thakur and Baby Kaira Khanna play important parts in the film. Shouryuv, a rookie director, is behind the camera. We attended a special premiere; let’s now assess the quality of the movie.

    Story:

    Photographer Viraj (Nani) works professionally. Mahii, his 6-year-old daughter, is being cared for by him alone (Baby Kaira Khanna). Mahii always gets Viraj to say nothing when she asks him about her mother. Finally, Viraj consents to discuss his wife—but only if Mahii receives the top ranking. Mahii carries out that action, but Viraj breaks his promise. This irritates the young girl, who leaves the house. In an accident, Mahii is saved by Yashna (Mrunal Thakur). The movie is about how Yashna transforms Mahii and Viraj’s lives.

    Bonus Points:

    The plot of Hello Nanna is excellent, with plenty of room for drama and emotion. The core of the movie is played by Mrunal Thakur. After Sita Ramam, the actress once again dazzles with her choice of script, and it’s beautifully designed. In terms of performance, Mrunal Thakur was excellent. Shouryuv, who was making his debut, handled a few emotional roadblocks quite well. A few twists enhance the proceedings in addition to the poignant moments.

    Nani is a natural at playing characters like Viraj, and his touching portrayal never fails to warm hearts. In a particularly lovely scene, Nani converses with the mother of the lead character. This brief example demonstrates Nani’s natural talent as a performer. He and Mrunal get along so well.

    In her part, baby Kiara Khanna is adorable. She delivered her lines with assurance, and her scenes with Nani and Mrunal were well-received. The movie’s final moments are truly remarkable. With the exception of the Odiyamma song, Hesham Abdul Wahab performed exceptionally well. Pleasant images and calming music improve the narrative.

    Negative Points:

    The love story’s opening parts are a little boring and uninteresting. The writing could have been better, despite the good songs. The pre-interval sequence gives the movie a boost. We take time to get used to Hi Nanna, mostly because of the pacing.

    A center audiences will find a lot of resonance with the film, but general audiences may not feel the same way. The song by Shruti Haasan appears out of place and could have been omitted in the second half. This special song sets up an important scene that should have been a bomb, but it wasn’t done well enough. The second hour’s proceedings lack coherence in a slight way.

    Technical Details:

    The background score and songs by Hesham Abdul Wahab are fantastic. The Odiyamma song is the only drawback; it wasn’t really necessary. Both the production values and the images created by Sanu John Varghese are excellent. It’s a passably edited piece.

    Regarding the director, Shouryuv, he performed a respectable job with his first feature. The dialogue has good depth and the plot is engaging. While Shouryuv’s story moves slowly, there are some powerful emotional moments in the film. He got the actors to give really strong performances. There was room to shorten the movie’s runtime.

    Judgement:

    Hi Nanna is an alright family drama with some poignant moments overall. Each of Nani, Mrunal Thakur, and Baby Kiara Khanna does a good job in their part. The main features of Hi Nanna are the plot and the songs. The movie might not be too intense for a general audience, though, because of its somewhat slow pacing. A few sections required improved presentation. This weekend, if you enjoy emotionally charged dramas, you should definitely see this movie.

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