Nee Jathaga Nenundali is a Telugu the Telugu remake of the Bollywood film Aashiqui 2. Lead characters Raghav Jayaram (Sachiin J Joshi), a famous singer and Gayatri Nandana (Nazia Hussain), singer at a night bar meet in Goa. Love doesn't count on money and risk, but fate doesn't let their plans go smooth. Raghav's selfless efforts gives Gayathri a chance to become a singer. Slowly she picks the charm of a singing star and he loses grip on his singing and opportunities. They struggle to support and restore each other from being lost. Still, her fame turns a foe for their relationship. Raghav gets addict to alcohol and often gets disturbed by public comments on their career and relationship.Wikipedia
Nee Jathaga Nenundali Reviews
On the whole, this does not match up to the original.
Nee Jathaga Nenundali is a failed remake which was a total mishap due to the poor execution of a wonderful subject. Perhaps it is not a subject to be attempted for a remake. But the attempt has been done and the damage is also.
Music and good production values are the plusses of the film.Overall, Nee Jathaga Nenundali' is now here close to the original Aashiqui 2.Slow, but watchable
The original seems 10 times better, and that’s not saying much about this film.
Nee Jathaga Nenundalli is more of a rehash than remake. Soulful music, High-end Production values and Cinematography Nee Jathaga Nenundali had its chances but the predictability, poor translation, worst performances and the pointless lyrics in the film kill them ruthlessly. The problem is not that the storyline is inspired, but the issue is with the overall handling. The pace of the film is so slow throughout and is always interrupted by songs with meaningless lyrics. The dialogues are poorly written and wafer thin script has nothing much to offer. In amovie like this one needs to feel for their love and romantic world. But sadly it never really happens. The proceedings remain dull and drab leading the audience to point of vexation.
...you might end up watching Aashiqui 2 and listening to the songs all over again after watching Nee Jataga Nenundaali. But if you haven’t watched the original, you might end up feeling that both the films are total waste of time and energy. Bottomline: We can’t feel their love!
...is no way close to the original. But what works for this film is the stunning music and superb production values. If you go in without expectations and Aashique 2 in mind, you might end up bearing this typical multiplex kind of a film.