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Times of India
An aspiring filmmaker lands his first break. The only problem is that he has to agree to a lot of conditions, and the film that he is making is not what he aspires to tell. How does he overcome all the obstacles?
There are quite a few films that have been made that deal with the troubles in making a full-length feature film. This film also joins that list. And like most of those films about films, Nan Magale Heroine does not live up to what one expects of an entertaining satire about tinsel town. One of the biggest reasons for this is that the film lacks an engaging screenplay. The film relies on gags and dialogues to do the same, and that takes away the interest of the viewers. While the ensemble comic cast is the best that one could ask for, the comedy offered is below average. At most times, one wonders what the joke was or where the story is progressing. The satire and spoofs fail in that regard. The editing is also jagged and one finds it hard to sit through the entire film.
Sanchari Vijay is a talented actor and his National Award is testimony to that. One only hopes he gets a better film next time to do justice to what he can offer on screen.