Ninnila Ninnila is directed by Ani Sasi Ani I V Sasi is an upcoming Indian Director and Ed >> Read More... . Bvsn Prasad Born on August 13, 1954, in West Godavari District >> Read More... produced the film. Rajesh Murugesan The youth of today is certainly making a differenc >> Read More... composed the music. The cinematography is by Divakar Mani Divakar Mani is a cinematographer in the Indian fi >> Read More... and Navin Nooli Naveen Nooli is an Indian Film Actor and Editor. H >> Read More... edited the film. Ashok Selvan, Ritu Varma, Nithya Menen Born on April 8, 1988 Nithya Menen is indeed a sta >> Read More... , “ Nassar Nassar is one of the multi talented actors in the >> Read More... ,” Satya Akkala, Lakshmi Narayana, Shivanarayana, Kedar Shankar Kedar Shankar is an actor who predominantly works >> Read More... , “ Kalpalatha Actor Bio Coming Soon ...... Check back later. >> Read More... ,” Sandhya Janak Sandhya Janak is a prominent actor of Tollywood Fi >> Read More... , Anna Acevado, Cleopatra Wood, Dave Wong, Deven Modha, Garvan McGrath, Paul Davis and Tom Clegg are in the cast. The film is an OTT release.
Dev is a Chef. He moves to London and joins a renowned restaurant run by a popular chef. The restaurant owner is such a talented chef who could tell the taste of the food not by tasting it but with its smell. Tara is Dev's colleague. While Dev suffers from muscle spasms and insomnia, Tara has OCD. As Tara has some discomforts, she could understand Dev and shares a good bonding. What happens to their love story? Who is Maya? The rest of the story deals with it.
Ashok Selvan makes a fantastic debut in Telugu with this film. His performance is neat and natural, so does Ritu’s. Nithya Menen is always impressive and Nassar did his role with perfection.
The characters are written well and we appreciate the casting team for picking the right artists. Nassar and Ashok fit well in the role and they are brilliant in their roles. Hopefully, Ashok would get good roles in Telugu. Nithya Menen’s character is interesting and the details are projected well. The director has taken time to establish the characters. The dialogues are good. Cinematography needs a special mention and the streets of London are beautifully shown. The editing is decent. BGM gels well with the story.
What’s Not There?
Ninnila Ninnila is a feel-good story with some good performances. The film will definitely impress soft-movie lovers!