How do you express your love towards your loved ones?
"I Love You" - Simple yet Beautiful
In other words, "Scientifically I'm experiencing a Dopamine Effect and now want you to feel the same effect - Oh forgot to tell..use Butterfly Effect"
How does this sound? This is Nannaku Prematho..
Through actions or words or sometimes both. "I Love You" are three magical words we would love to hear anytime. Emotion is something everyone connects irrespective of language and intellectual quotient.
With due respects to the brainy Sukumar, we have to say the smart director has somehow attempted an emotional revenge drama with high on logic, psychology and reasoning.
The film that starts on a revenge note and before we could feel that emotion, it slips down into a love story that runs more on psychoanalysis. Though the scenes are innovative, the butterfly effect outshines the love emotion that is supposed to give butterflies in stomach. On the flipside, keeping the love story aside, the revenge drama between Tarak and Jagapathi Babu slowly starts to impress you especially bowls you down in the second half.
The love story is entrapped in the revenge saga with few occasional highs here and there. Except for the pre-interval episode, few songs and the last 20mins of the film, the film is somehow overshadowed by logic and reasoning and lacks the emotional intensity that can give a heart warming experience to the audience. We have arresting performances, engaging screenplay with few highs but unfortunately that doesn't make a tale worth your time forget about satisfying the conventional fans.
Well all thanks to Sukumar who taught us that butterfly effect can be visually explained through a two and half hour drama.
Performances of Jr NTR and Jagapathi Babu.
Scenes between NTR, JB & Rakul.
DSP's Music & background score.
Logic & Psychological reasoning takes over Emotional narration.
Lack of conventional commercial entertainment might disappoint the masses.