"Nanna Nenu Naa Boyfriends" is the latest movie which is being released this weekend in the 'Tollywood Industry'. The movie has been directed by Bhaskar Bandi under 'Lucky Media' banner. Tollywood's Star producer Dil Raju acquired the rights of this movie under 'Sri Venkateswara Creations'.

According to sources, the movie is going to be an out and out family entertainer which revolves around the love story of Hebah Patel. Reportedly, as seen in the first look teaser, Hebah loves three of her boyfriends in the movie and the role of Tejaswi Madivada is yet to be revealed by the team.

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Movie review

Directed by Bhaskar Bandi, the former assistant of VV Vinayak, the film is bankrolled by Bekkem Venugopal under his 'Lucky Media' banner. The soundtrack is composed by Sekhar Chandra while the Lyrics are penned by Chandrabose, Bhaskar Batla, Kasarla Shyam, Varikuppala Yadagiri. The cinematography is done by Chota K Naidu and the Editorial work is handled by Chota K Prasad.

The flick has got some fine tunes composed by 'Cinema Choopistha Mava' fame Shekar Chandra. The soundtrack is getting a good response from the audience which is creating a positive buzz in the media, ever since the audio was released.

As many movies like Surya's 'Singham 3', Vijay Devarakonda's 'Dwaraka', Nani's 'Nenu Local' have been postponed due to the effect of demonetization, only a few producers, and distributors are planning their releases this weekend. Naveen Chandra's 'Meelo Evaru Koteeswarudu' will be the only film vying against "Nanna Nenu Naa Boyfriends" this Friday.

Overall review of Nanna Nenu Naa boyfriends

Everyone will be impressed by the emotional play of Rao Ramesh in the movie. He will be playing the father character in this emotional love drama.

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Speaking at the audio event held in Hyderabad, Dil Raju said “The movie features a daughter and father relationship. It will be honored as another 'Kotha Bangaru Lokam' movie.” The team is expecting a positive feedback or review from the audience as well as the critics.