'Next Enti' Movie Review & Rating

By - December 07, 2018 - 03:28 PM IST

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Film: Next Enti?
Directed by: Kunal Kohli
Produced by: Raina Joshi, Akshai Puri
Screenplay by: Kunal Kohli
Starring: Tamannaah, Sundeep Kishan, Navdeep, and others
Music by: Leon James
Cinematography: Maneesh Chandra Bhatt
Release date: 7 December 2018

Rating: 2.5/5

Milky beauty Tamannaah who recently came up with 'Naa Nuvve' is now back with a new-age love story 'Next Enti' starring Sundeep Kishan. Bollywood director Kunal Kohli is going to mark his Tollywood debut with this movie. Navdeep also played a vital role in the film. The teaser has revealed that the movie is going to discuss the elements of love, lust, and romance. The makers are pretty much confident about the outcome of the movie and are commenting that youth can connect well with the story. Let's check out a review of the movie.


In an accidental manner, both Sanju (Sundeep Kishan) and Tammy (Tamannah Bhatia) meets each other. Over a course of time, they fall for one another. Both have different opinions about love, life, and sex. Tammy thinks that boys only want sex and when Sundeep pressurizes her for sex, she gets into a heated argument with him and both ends their relationship abruptly. They part ways and lead lives in the desired way without giving much thought to the failed relationship. What are the consequences? Do they meet again? forms the story of the movie.

Actors & Performances:

Tamannaah is undoubtedly one of the major highlights in the movie. She looked absolutely stunning and sexy in the movie. Her outstanding performance will definitely strike the chord with the audience. Sundeep Kishan performed really well. He got a different kind of role when compared to his previous movies, but gave his best performance. Navdeep got a meaty role in this movie and delivered his decent performance. Larissa Bonesi looked absolutely hot and sensuous in the film. She gave the glamorous touch to the movie. Sarath Babu played a different kind of role and delivered an amazing performance. Poonam Kaur also justified role. The rest of the cast also made their presence felt.


The movie is all about the relationships of the present generation. When compared to commercial movies, 'Next Enti' is breaking the stereotypes but there exists the problem. The director has prepared a decent story to explain the fine line between romance and lust. He failed to get that conveyed through poorly written characters. The foreign backdrop added to the movie is a big advantage.

There is no strong conflict in the film and because of this reason, the movie moves on at a slow pace. The first half of the movie appears to be preachy with unimpressive characterizations but the second half of the movie gets more serious and discusses the topics of life, and love. The director tried to create interest in the movie in the beginning but slowly, he loosens the thread and the audiences will lose the interest.

It is clear that the director tried to make a Tollywood version of Hum Tum but the execution is very poor. The film never really touches the heart or makes us excited.

Technical Aspects:

The production values of Viiking media and entertainment private limited in association with Akshai Puri productions are luxurious. The music by Leon James is great. The songs are just average but his background score is good. Dialogues by Gopu Kishore Reddy gets the brownie points. Cinematography by Maneesh Chandra Bhatt is beautiful. The visuals came out really well. Editing is poor.

Plus Points:

Camera Work

Minus Points:


Final Verdict
: 'Next Enti?' Is A Boring Romantic Drama!


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