The film starts with a fun scene of Suraj Sundeep and Nithya Amyra fleeing their own wedding. This twist at the very beginning of the film captures the audience's attention. The two with their friends go to Goa for a vacation. Suraj is a very practical guy, a new genius who seeks logic behind everything. He is passionate about photography and prefers clubbing to the enjoyment of nature. However, Suraj finds no success in the path he follows and he continues to be frustrated about it. Nithya, on the other hand, is a nature lover with a pure heart. She believes in magic and always follows her heart. Nithya being Suraj's best friend is the biggest benefit of his life. While Suraj meets Nikita (Tridha,) Nithya meets Abhay. Both couples go out and have the time of their life. However, Nithya begins to develop feelings for Suraj while Suraj falls hard for Nikita. So begins the love story of the triangle. Who will Suraj choose? Will Suraj begin to appreciate nature? Will he find success in his profession?
Sundeep Kishan looks very smart and elegant in her brand new avatar. He does very good work as Suraj, the confused soul. Amyra as Nithya steals the hearts of the public. With her always charming smile and her positive and yet naive look on life, reach out to us. Tridha Choudhary plays the role of Nikita, a queen of fashion. She does a great job as a discreet diva. We also have the opportunity to see her in a new avatar that impressed us. Jhanavi Swaroop plays the role of Janu and she stole our hearts with her sass. Actors like Priyadarshi, Sanjay Swaroop and Punarnavi were impressive.
Lag to certain portions
Tridha could have a stronger role
Manjula Ghattamaneni impressed all of us with her first film. It is commendable that she chose a concept as strong and simple for her first film. Sundeep and Amyra do justice to their roles. The designers could have given Tridha a stronger role since she is capable of much more. The scenes between Janu and Suraj are a highlight in the film. Hat to the filmmaker! After Manasuku Nachindi, no one will be able to ignore Mother Nature's beauty. Radhan does a great job with music. The costumes in the movie are also really good. The bang interval only increases our curiosity as to what could happen next. Except for a shift in some places, it's a simple and enjoyable movie with a strong message.
Manasuku Nachindi is a must, especially for nature lovers and those who find it hard to find their place.