The story revolves around Madanapally Press Club in Andhra Pradesh. This story revolves around the innocent thoughts of people who sit on the couch and read the newspaper when they wake up in the morning. Four or five journalists join the press club in Madanapally. Whenever there is a problem, the next moment they are leaning there. God knows the truth.. Strength, power, money.. If anyone has it, he will write the truth until the pen runs out of ink. This is the journalism they know.. No, this is the journalism they are used to. Shiva (Navadeep) works as a reporter for a channel in this press club. There Neela (Bindhu Madhavi) is a news reader in a local channel.
A small love track runs between them. But wherever there is any problem, the covers come to the press club in the evening. If you think that covers are plastic covers, then they are gift covers. They share them honestly. But because the media, which is supposed to stand by the victims, pays attention to those who are causing pain, innocent people lose their lives due to selling out, and they continue to suffer, thinking that there is no one to bring justice. Even after seeing all this, the hearts of the journalists there do not melt. And in this there is a lot of fuss between two political parties, the dilemma of which party journalists should pay attention to, the intelligence of the fox who takes money from both parties and gives equal justice. But a powerful police officer comes there and hero Shiva gets into trouble. What is that problem? How did the original media earn money by attracting people? That is the rest of the story.
how is it
If the same concept of Nuisance had been made into a movie, they would have been in trouble for sure. That’s why it seems like a smart web series. Because the name of this web series is Nuisance.. but it has good sensible matter. The media and journalists who are supposed to be the bridge of the government to the people.. Everything is a box.. We are enslaved to money, that is how the conditions in the society are shown in the movie blindly.
When you see a scene in this, you think that journalists are really such monsters. A poor farmer’s hard-cultivating land is captured by a politician’s men. If you go to the MRO office saying that this is unfair, they will say, “This is not your land. All the papers are in your name.” Sir, if this matter comes in the newspaper, at least then the government will do justice.. That old man goes around these journalists. They turn the farmer away saying that they will write this and that on the top. And in the end.. the farmer who went to those bullies in desperation.. was killed in the ground.. news is written saying that he died after drinking insecticide. Knowing this, the farmer’s wife comes to Shiva (Navadeep) and says something.
Sami says, “Are you the one who wrote about my mogudu.. Touch your hands, Sami.. or not.. Even if you come to touch my mogudu.. The ink stains on your hand are the blood stains of people like our Ayyappa.. Sammy goes away crying. . There are many such scenes in it. All these scenes are shown very naturally. That means they are blindfolded. The last 40 minutes are good. The story got a bit of momentum when a police officer entered Madanapally, who did not even count these journalists. At the end.. the police officer got into a fight with the hero Siva.. the season 1 ended and there was some interest in the season 2.
How did you do it?
Navdeep has played the role of journalist Siva. No matter how emotional the crowd was in front of his eyes, he gave a settled performance that didn’t even feel like an ant sting. And Bindhu Madhavi also looked good in the role of Neela, who is Shiva’s lover. It seems that her wish to appear on a big channel is likely to be fulfilled in season-2. Nanda Gopal played the role of Edwin, a police officer who looks like a badass. The character was handled very naturally and seriously. And the rest of the actors handled their roles well. Some of the dialogues in it are very good to listen to.
In one last word.. there is some sense in ‘nuisance’.. you can see!