Jan 28, 2020

Nenu Local Review Rating First Day Collection Box Office Kamai Report

Nenu Local Review Rating First Day Collection Box Office Kamai Report :- Trinadha Rao Nakkina directorial Telugu action romantic film Nenu Local has been released in cinemas today worldwide featuring Nani and Keerthy Suresh as lead pair the regional language movie has hit the floors with high expectations but looking at the kind of big competition in front of it in the form of films like Kanupapa, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter and Kung Fu Yoga it may prove out very difficult for this movie to make an impact at Indian box office.

Nenu Local Story Written

The story is about a happ-go-lucky young man, Babu who falls in love with a girl. However, he runs into a problem while convincing her father. How he solves the problem and gets together with the girl forms the crux of the story.

Positive Points

  • Nani delivered a brilliant performance
  • Keerthy Suresh was impressive as well
  • Comic sequences are too much fun to watch

Negative Points:

  • First half lacks pace
  • Music is a big let down

Final Verdict:

On the whole Nenu Local is a full on paisa vasool movie Keerthy and Nani on screen romantic chemistry is looking mind blowing comedy scenes are way too good only disappointment is its songs which are very poor but we recommend you all to surely give this film a try

Nenu Local Star Rating – 3.5/5*

Nenu Local First Day Business at Box Office India Report

Discussing about todays business of this film at Indian box office well Nenu Local 1st day overall occupancy rate has been recorded around 60% which is just awesome public response is superb and many were seen expressing the desire to watch this film in theatres yet again.

Nenu Local 1st Day Collection – Rs 7 crore (approx)

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