Raj Tarun Aha Na Pellanta Web Series Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Aha Na Pellanta Web Series Review: Aha Naa Pellanta, a series created by Raj Tarun and directed by Sanjeev Reddy, has finally debuted on Zee5. Before we get into the review and determine whether the series is worth watching or not, let’s take a look at the series’ impressive cast and body language on the big screen. However, over time, Raj Tarun struggled to find success.

Aha Na Pellanta Web Series Review


The Aha Naa Pellanta series follows the life of Seenu (Raj Tarun), an easygoing and laid-back man who has vowed to his mother since he was a young child not to date until they are married because, according to her, if he does, his father Narayana (Harhsvardha), will be hurt. When the time comes for the couple to get married, the plot twist occurs when the bride elopes with her boyfriend, despite the fact that Seenu struggled to control his feelings as he grew older. What ultimately was Seenu’s decision? Will Seen bring his wife back? The rest of the story is formed by it.

Cast & Crew

The series is directed by Sanjeev Reddy and stars Raj Tarun, Shivani Rakashekar, Harsha Vardhan, Amani, Posani Krishna Murali, Thagubothu Ramesh, Getup Sreenu, Dorababu, Warangal Vandana, and other actors. The series is also produced by Surya Rahul Tamada and Saideep Reddy Borra and 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


The lifestyles of middle-class individuals are always intriguing to see on television, and Aha Naa Pellanta is a television show about middle-class lives. You can feel a range of emotions while watching it because it takes some time to get into the story. Although the screenplay occasionally lulls, the first four episodes keep you laughing with just the right amount of humor. However, once Seenu’s fiancée elopes with her boyfriend, the show becomes a regular tale about how the hero made his decision.

In the course of looking for his girl, he ends up in Hyderabad. Here, the comedy once more takes centre stage, and for almost two episodes, the comedy is all that is shown. It is ridiculous when Seenu forgets about his girls and makes fun of them. When Seenu fell in love with Maha, the show took a serious turn, and Seenu became intrigued by Maha’s predicament.

The show has all the necessary components to keep a typical viewer interested, and if you ignore the plot, you’ll be more interested in the comedy. However, the show also has many flaws; its central emotion could have been much more powerful so that the viewer would feel a stronger connection to the narrative. Everything depends on you; if you skip the drawn-out and protracted scenes, the comedy in the show will be just fine.

Speaking of performances, Raj Tarun is excellent as Seenu, Shivani Rajshekar is equally impressive as Maha, and Harhavardan is excellent as No Ball. Seenu’s character is not particularly challenging for Raj Tarun because we have seen him perform the same type of acting on the big screen. Amani, Posani Krishna Murali, Getup Sreenu, and the rest of the cast did well. Narayana is wonderful; he captures many hearts with his innate comic timing.

Though the writing has flaws, Sanjeev Reddy has created a relatable topic that will keep you glued to the screen. However, the story should have been written much better rather than focusing on creating a funny comedy.

Technically speaking, Aha Naa Pellanta is excellent, but the cinematography by Nagesh Bannell, Ashkar Ali, and Judah Sandhy is subpar. The rest of the team, however, did a good job.

Overall, Aha Naa Peallanta is an emotional roller coaster, but the only thing that will make you feel satisfied is the humour.

Plus Points:

  • Comedy


  • Thin Story
  • Predictable Screenplay
  • Lack emotions

Rating: 3/5

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