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Times of India
Set in foreign locales and full of adrenaline-packed sequences, the first half of Ninnindale makes for pure visual delight. What could have been an excellent romantic entertainer has been marred by superfluous sequences in the second half. The Brahmanadam sequence could have been done without and the Sadhu Kokila episode is too lengthy.
Vicky Venkatesh (Puneeth Rajkumar) is an adventure enthusiast based in New York. He's tried everything from sky diving to rock climbing. Pramila (Erica Fernandes) comes to New York in search of work and accidentally meets Vicky. She faces some embarrassing situations while looking for a job but Vicky boosts her confidence. Pramila falls in love with Vicky, but he doesn't reciprocate her feelings. A hurt Pramila decides to leave him and goes away. However, in due course of time, the hero realizes that he's made a mistake by letting her go. The film ends on a happy note bringing the duo together.
Puneeth Rajkumar's fans may not want to miss him in an adventurous avatar. Erica Fernandes is impressive as the girl next door. But PG Vinda's outstanding cinematography is the high point of the film. Mani Sharma's music will leave you humming.