Next Enti Movie Review, Next Enti Telugu Movie Review, Next Enti Review, Sundeep kishan, Tamanna, Tamannaah, Tamannaah Bhatia

Next Enti review | 2/5

Next Enti review | 2/5

Next Enti review | 2/5

Next Enti Movie Review: 2/5

Young actor Sundeep Kishan is romancing Tamannaah for the first time in his career in a romantic entertainer titled Next Enti. Kunal Kohli is the director and Navdeep will be seen in a crucial role. The film released across the globe today and here is the complete review of the film:


Next Enti is the story of Tammy (Tamannaah) and Sanju (Sundeep Kishan). Tammy breaks up with her boyfriend soon after she comes to know that he doesn't believe in love. She connects with Sanju instantly and they start living together. Sanju breaks up with Tammy after she rejects having a physical relationship with him. It is during this time, Tammy meets Krish (Navdeep). The rest of Next Enti is all about how they realize about their love and meet each other again.


Tamannaah and her glamour

Urban appeal

First Half

Romantic track


Second half

Slow pace

Forced emotions

Boring stuff

Next Enti review | 2/5

Next Enti review | 2/5

Next Enti review | 2/5


Sundeep Kishan has been apt as an energetic youngster who is extremely romantic. He did his job well and excelled in the romantic episodes. Tamannaah is a treat to watch and she looked ultra glamorous in the assignment. Tamannaah's performance is the major highlight of the film. Navdeep has been surprising in the limited role and he is impressive. Sarath Babu makes a comeback after a long time and his dialogues have been well penned.

Next Enti lacks an interesting point though it has been laced around two beautiful souls. The first half has been good enough but the second half turns boring and slow paced. The music has been ok and the cinematography work excels. The production values have been grand and the film looks top notch. Kunal Kohli manages to excel in the first half but he loses pace during the second half.


Next Enti is one more disappoint from Sundeep Kishan and Tamannaah. A film that lacks interesting stuff.


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