Story: The protagonist (Aravind Reddy) goes searching for an unknown person (Ajit Radharam) based on a diary that he finds at an accident. Both have parallel love stories with a murky past
Review:There are some films where you spend the entire time wondering what’s going on and still have no answer by the end of the film. Nee Kosam is one such film. With senseless writing, mediocre acting and a disjointed screenplay, watching this film is akin to receiving a harsh punishment.
The film begins with a bomb blast and just when you’d expect things to get interesting, things go haywire. The writers take you through two love stories featuring two protagonists. Kautilya (Aravind Reddy) is an architect meets Karthika (Shubangi Pant) at his uncle’s funeral. To his surprise, Karthika proposes to him. While he doesn’t accept her proposal, the duo continue to hang out regularly. Bizarrely enough, Kautilya doesn’t figure out whether he likes Karthika or not, but still feels possessive about her. Meanwhile, Prasanth (Ajith Radharam) and Siya (Dheeksita) are two love-birds who aimlessly wander about until one incident shakes the foundation of their love story.
The less said about the film’s technical values, the better. With respect to performances, both Aravind and Ajit fail to impress and are mostly expressionless. Dheekshita, who plays an NRI woman in the film, comes across as artificial and her fake Telugu accent was truly awful. Karthika too looked reactive in a blink-and-miss appearance.
With a weak storyline and a haphazard screenplay, Nee Kosam tests your patience as a viewer. If you think Sudarshan’s comedy could be a saving grace, then you’re mistaken, as it sounded silly and cringe-worthy. In the end, the joke is on the audience who dared to sit through this film.