Good Luck Sakhi / Nagesh Kukunoor

Good Luck Sakhi, keerthy suresh, Nagaesh

Good to see our own Hyderabadi filmmaker Nagesh Kukunoor, with his first (can we say?) pucca Telugu directional debut “Good Luck Sakhi” which he screened on January 28, Friday. The movie is also made to Tamil audience. Star heroine Keerthy Suresh played the main role while Adi Pinishetty and Jagapathy Babu donned other major roles.

Needless to say, this is a treat to fans of Nagesh who set the screens on a candle light (if not fire) 23 years ago, through his “Hyderabad Blues” in 1998. What caught our attention to this film is Nagesh’s sensibilities when he revisited this city of Hyderabad after his return from the US where he worked as a techie, he represents the first gen NRI techies.

In this period of 23 years, Nagesh made only 14 movies – Rockford (1999), Iqbal (2004) and Dor (2005), prominent among them. He also made Hyderabad Blues-2 in 2004, but somehow it didn’t make buzz. Those who have watched his “Bombay to Bangkok” (2008) are sure of his filmatic tastes. Good Luck Sakhi evoked mixed response but a few more weeks to know the result

Meanwhile, Good luck Nagesh!

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