Watching Naaga is like having your typical meal at home. You know the fare and
the taste, and you've been through the experience since you've started uttering
doo-dah. Yet, you never get bored of it. Naaga is like a lavish yet routine Andhra
meal with the right amount of spice, zing, color and flavor. Predictable, yet
From political drama to family sentiment, raunchy dialogues to killer one-liners
plus an item number by Ramba, Naaga has everything. Except perhaps at least 10-inch
clothes for the poor anorexia-inspiring imports from Mumbai.