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Nanna Prakara movie review: Whodunit done right

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | SHASHIPRASAD S.M.
Published Aug 24, 2019, 4:22 pm IST
Updated Aug 24, 2019, 4:51 pm IST
What lacks the punch is the 'wow factor' or an extraordinary tale to leave the audience amazed in the end.
A still from the film.
 A still from the film.
Rating:

Director: Vinay Balaji

Cast: Kishore, Priyamani, Mayuri, Niranjan Deshpande & others

 

Behind every crime, the first and foremost question is always about who done it, and then the motive and so on. It is this factor which draws the audience to theatres to watch their favourite suspense crime thrillers.

While umpteen number of television shows and news channels showcasing much better crime stories at present, it is indeed a challenge to impress the moviegoers with a similar motive for an edge of the seat experience! Any failed 'attempt' could instead put the audience to sleep than keeping them wide-awake by infusing curiosity.

In here, the title Nanna Prakara means 'according to me',  in which the visual effect technician turned director, Vinay Balaji has managed to some extent in providing the audience a decent suspense thriller revolving around a murder with the mandatory twists and turns attached to it.

Once the murder of a girl surfaces, Kishore who plays the cop gets on his heels in unravelling the murder mystery. It starts getting murkier every time he encounters a possible lead in solving the case. Priyamani as doctor returns after a gap of almost two year, but in a limited role who changes the course of investigation.

What lacks the punch, according to me, which in Nanna Prakara is the 'wow factor' or an extraordinary tale to leave the audience amazed in the end. It is just like any other decently made suspense thrillers which does a good job in keeping the audience engaged until the culprit is revealed.

Finally, according to me, it scores the minimum marks for a one time watch, purely for the sake of its neat and clean making with bits of surprises wrapped in between the multilayered murder mystery.

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