Nene Kedi No 1 is scripted directed and produced by Johnny Shakalaka Shankar and Muskan play the lead roles Prudhvi Gurleen Chopra and Khushi nbsp Gadhvi pl

Nene Kedi No. 1 Movie Review

Nene Kedi No. 1 Movie Review Kannada Movie Review
Review for the film " Nene Kedi No. 1"
Runtime: 02 Hours 02 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 23-08-2019
Genre: Action, Comedy, Romance
1.5 / 5.0



Nene Kedi No 1 is scripted, directed and produced by Johnny. Shakalaka Shankar Shakalaka Shankar is an actor in Telugu Television >> Read More... and Muskan play the lead roles. Prudhvi, Gurleen Chopra Gurleen Chopra is a model and Punjabi actress. She >> Read More... and Khushi Gadhvi play supporting roles. Ajay Patnaik composes the music. Shravan Kumar cranked the camera and Samuleti Srinivas edited the film.


Jackie is a careless youngster, who roams in the roads and do what he likes. This attitude takes him to the wrong path. Later, he realizes the mistakes and tries to live a useful life. Whenever he sees the kids, who roam in the roads like him, he takes them to his place and treats them well. A look-alike of Jackie comes before him. Who is he? What is the connection between them? Watch the film to know the rest.

Star Performance

Shakalaka Shankar is decent with his performance. His body language and his comedy performance look okayish. Muskan and Prudhvi had done justice to the roles given.


The narration is the vital part in a story and that is not good in this film. The screenplay is designed with a lot of confusion. Although the film has a single plot, the narration makes the audience think that they are watching some anthology film. Similarly, Shakalaka Shankar is shown as a superstar and the certain scenes that show him as a top hero irk the audience. The songs are not much impressive, but the BGM is decent. Cinematography is okayish. If the editor has trimmed the film by 20 minutes, then it would have been a bit better.

What’s There?

  • Production values are good

What’s Not There?

  • The narration is weak
  • Over build-up for the hero, irritates
  • Editing should have been better


The film has nothing impressive to offer. If the hero had been treated like a normal hero, then the audience might not have got irritated. As he is shown like a Superstar, none could accept it.