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Nandini Nursing Home Movie Review

Nandini Nursing Home Movie Review Telugu Movie Review
Review for the film " Nandini Nursing Home"
Runtime: 2 Hours 32 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 21-10-2016
Genre: Comedy, Romance
3 / 5.0



The director and lead actor are debuting with a movie. Isn’t that enough to send waves of expectations? Nandini Nursing Home has seasoned actor Naresh’s offspring Nawin Vijay Krishnna donning the lead hero role and P V Giri wearing the director’s cap. Now let’s see how the movie has turned out to be.


Nawin Vijay Krishna is a youth who dreams big of earning lot of money and is obsessed with that thought. He comes to Hyderabad and gets associated with the reputed Nandini Nursing Home by faking himself as a doctor. The twist takes place when mishaps happen in the hospital thereby spoiling its name. Watch the movie to know why such things happen and the motive of Nawin in joining the hospital.

Star Performances

Nawin, who had taken up the job as editor in several movies, makes a good debut. He fits his role to the T. His onscreen presence is appealing and he can make it big if he selects good projects. Shravya and Nithya Naresh have done what is required of them. Vennela Kishore, Shakalaka Shankar and Saptagiri entertain us with their rip-roaring comedy. However, the comedy tends to be silly at one point.


Though the plot is simple the narration is astutely done by the director.

What’s there?

  • The premise is fresh.
  • The dialogues of P V Giri are down-to-earth.
  • The first is quite engrossing compared to the second half.
  • The music of Achu Rajamani and Sekhar Chandra is average.
  • The BGM of Nandini Nursing Home gels well with the tempo of the film.
  • Editing by Karthika Srinivas is commendable.
  • Though the movie is shot in a hospital we don’t get a sick feeling.
  • The production values are topnotch

What’s not there?

  • There is dearth of logic ins some scenes.
  • The movie is a confusing mix of different genres.
  • The screenplay is written in such a way that it may or may not act in favor of the film.


Interspersing the required dosage of suspense in a potboiler is a tight walk rope for the director. In this regard, P V Giri has done a neat job.