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Aha Na Pellanta Web Series Review: Aha Naa Pellanta, a show made by Raj Tarun and directed by Sanjeev Reddy, has finally started on Zee5. Before we get into the review and decide if the show is worth watching or not, let’s look at the great actors and how they move on screen. But Raj Tarun had trouble getting ahead as time went on.

Aha Na Pellanta Web Series Review


The Aha Naa Pellanta series depicts the life of Seenu (Raj Tarun), a laid-back man who has sworn to his mother since he was a youngster not to date till they are married since his father Narayana (Harhsvardha) will be harmed if he does. When the couple’s wedding day arrives, the dramatic surprise happens when the bride elopes with her boyfriend, despite the fact that Seenu battled to suppress his affections as he grew older. What was Seenu’s final decision? Will Seen be able to resurrect his wife? It shapes the rest of the story.

Cast & Crew

Raj Tarun, Shivani Rakashekar, Harsha Vardhan, Amani, Posani Krishna Murali, Thagubothu Ramesh, Getup Sreenu, Dorababu, Warangal Vandana, and other actors star in the series directed by Sanjeev Reddy. Surya Rahul Tamada and Saideep Reddy Borra also produce the show, which is funded by Zee5.

Series NameAha Na Pellanta
DirectorSanjeev Reddy
Music DirectorJudah Sandhy
ProducerSurya Rahul Tamada, Saideep Reddy Borra
CastRaj Tarun, Shivani Rakashekar, Harsha Vardhan, Amani, Posani Krishna Murali, Thagubothu Ramesh, Getup Sreenu, Dorababu, Warangal Vandana
CinematographyNagesh Bannell, Ashkar Ali


Life in the middle class is usually interesting to watch on TV, and Aha Naa Pellanta is about life in the middle class. Because it takes a while to get into the story, you might feel a lot of different things while watching it. Even though the story sometimes stops, the first four episodes have just the right amount of humour to keep you laughing. Once Seenu’s fiancee marries her partner, though, the play becomes a normal story about how the hero came to make his choice.

As he looks for his girl, he ends up in Hyderabad. Here, the comedy is back in the spotlight, and for more than two episodes, it’s the only thing that’s shown. It’s stupid of Seenu to ignore and make fun of his girlfriends. The show got more serious when Seenu fell in love with Maha, and Seenu became interested in Maha’s situation.

The show has everything a regular viewer needs to stay interested, and if you don’t care about the plot, you’ll enjoy the comedy more. The show, on the other hand, had a lot of problems. The main emotion could have been much stronger so that the audience could feel more connected to the story. Everything is up to you. The show’s humour will be great if you skip the long and drawn-out parts.

Raj Tarun does a great job as Seenu, Shivani Rajshekar does a great job as Maha, and Harhavardan does a great job as No Ball. Raj Tarun’s role as Seenu isn’t that hard, since we’ve seen him do similar things on the big screen. The rest of the cast, including Amani, Posani Krishna Murali, Getup Sreenu, and the rest, also did a great job. Narayana is great, and many people love how naturally funny he is.

Even though the writing isn’t great, Sanjeev Reddy has made a movie with a great story that will keep you glued to the screen. But instead of trying to make the story funny, the story should have been written much better.

Even though Aha Naa Pellanta is technically great, the cinematography by Nagesh Bannell, Ashkar Ali, and Judah Sandhy is bad. On the other hand, the rest of the team did an excellent job.

Overall, Aha Naa Peallanta is a roller coaster of emotions, but the only thing that will make you feel good is the humor.

Plus Points:

  • Comedy


  • Thin Story
  • Predictable Screenplay
  • Lack emotions

Rating: 3/5

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