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Kerintha is the story of three college going couples. Jai [Sumanth Ashwin], Priya [Tejaswi], Sid [Vishwanath], Bhavana [Sukeerthi] and Nookaraju [Parvatheesam] join the college for Masters and become good friends. In no time, Nookaraju – Bhavana and Sid – Priya make a pair, while Jai falls for a medico student Manaswini [Sri Divya]. Twist in the tale - Jai starts getting closer to Tanisha [Nithya Naresh], while Nookaraju fell in love with Shalini [college senior] besides backlogs and Sid-Priya end up with silly fights. Will they get back to lovers putting behind jealousy and hatred, forms the crux of Kerintha...
Sumanth Ashwin at his usual best. Rapidly improved his acting talents and delivered a promising performance.
Sri Divya is apt in her role, thanks to her experience in Tamil films. But has nothing but to look pretty, surprisingly. A little length could have worked well.
Tejaswini Madivada got a meaty role among others and has done justice. Parvatheesam walks with honours, as an innocent Srikakulam guy Nookaraju. Vishwanath and Sukeerthi have their share.
Sai Kiran Adivi proves his mettle. As a first timer he simply walked on a much used road. Being part of Sekhar Kammula's school, Sai Kiran seized certain imprints from 'Happy Days' [the one like Nookaraju].
Mickey J Meyer's background score is just about okay, while his songs [especially the lyrics] gell with the mood of the film.
Well groomed cinematography. All the college scenes captured colourfully. Editing is slick.
Dil Raju's Kerintha has high production values.
Kerintha is a freshly made soup with same ingredients. Though the narrative gets highly predictable on screen, Kerintha has its own freshness in the story. Performances made it a good watch with little engaging twists in the tale.
Final verdict: Youthful Entertainer blend with Emotions...