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1: Nenokkadine (English: 1: I am alone) is a 2014 Indian film written and directed by . Produced by Ram Achanta, Gopichand Achanta, and Anil Sunkara as and distributed by , the film features and , who makes her debut, in the lead roles. , , , and appear in supporting roles. Mahesh's son, Gautham Krishna, made his debut in the film as a younger version of the protagonist.

1: Nenokkadine revolves around the search by Gautham (a Indian rock musician missing 25 percent of his brain's ) for his parents, whom he believes were murdered by three men. Sameera, a journalist, convinces him that he is an orphan and is hallucinating. When Gautham kills one of the "imaginary" men for his psychological satisfaction, he realises that the dead man is real and leaves for to find his roots and the other two men behind his parents' death.

Sukumar began working on 1: Nenokkadine's script after completing (2011), making a bus driver's tale about a boy who claimed that his parents were murdered on his bus the film's base. was the film's director of photography, and Karthika Srinivas its editor. composed the soundtrack and background score. 1: Nenokkadine was introduced on 12 February 2012 and , which began on 23 April 2012, was completed in late December 2013. It was filmed in , , and Indian cities including , , , and .

Produced on a budget of ₹700 million, 1: Nenokkadine was released on 10 January 2014 on about 1,500 screens during the festival season. Grossing over 1.27 million, 1: Nenokkadine became the fourth-highest-grossing Telugu film in history at the United States box office. The film won three awards from eight nominations at the , and two awards at the 11th . It was dubbed into and as Number 1 and into as 1: Ek Ka Dum (One Man's Courage).

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Gautham is a schizophrenic Indian rock musician who is missing 25 percent of his . He hallucinates a mysterious person he believes is one of the three murderers of his parents. As a child, Gautham was convinced that he was an orphan and assumes that his parents are dead; he does not remember their names or what they looked like.

At one of his concerts, Gautham sees one of the three men and chases him. Sameera, a journalist at the concert, films Gautham fighting his imaginary opponent. Gautham surrenders to the police after "killing" the man, confessing that he killed three men: one in , one in and one just now in Hyderabad. He is released from custody after Sameera broadcasts the video on television. According to his doctor, if Gautham can hallucinate a person other than the three men, he can be treated. Gautham goes to on vacation. Sameera stalks him, convincing him that two people are stalking him: a journalist who wants to interview him (imaginary), and a person claiming to be his fan (real). Gautham begins to fall in love with Sameera. He saves her from a group of people trying to murder her; on an isolated island together Gautham learns the truth behind the fourth imaginary person and writes Sameera off as a disturbed journalist. By the time he learns about Sameera's intentions, she has left for Hyderabad; Gautham pursues her.

In Hyderabad, Gautham accidentally spoils Sameera's birthday plans, infuriating her. Although he is convinced that he has made up an enemy to cope with being an orphan, a mysterious person tries to kill Sameera. Gautham saves her and proposes marriage, which she accepts. Sameera learns that the mysterious person is Antonio Rosarios, a Goa-based crime boss who wants to kill her because she tried to expose the presence of in seeds sold by Rosarios' company, AG1. Gautham meets Rosarios in the lobby of Sameera's office building. Assuming that he is an illusion, he shoots Rosarios in his head. By the time Gautham realises Rosarios is real he is dead, and Gautham learns that his parents were murdered. He catches an aged taxi driver who was stalking him (one of the three men he imagined), and learns that two London-based Indians (one of whom was Rosarios) killed his parents; his father gave the taxi driver a bag to give to Gautham. In the bag is an old , a key and a British coin.

Gautham and Sameera go to , where they and their driver Gulaab Singh escape from a murder attempt; Gautham's manager, Michael, is killed. The Rubik's Cube, when solved a certain way, reveals a safe-deposit-box number in which Gautham finds a preserved rice sample. After escaping another murder attempt in a parking lot, he eludes the police and the two men with Sameera and Singh's help. One of the men—a fan—seeks revenge for his father (one of the other murderers, according to the aged taxi driver), who was killed by Gautham in Belfast when he performed there. Gautham learns that the aged taxi driver he met previously is a businessman and the murderer; the person hit by the businessman's car in Gautham's presence was the actual, innocent taxi driver.

Gautham and the businessman confront each other, and the businessman says that he and Gautham's father were good friends and fellow scientists. They worked on cultivating Golden rice, a variety which could grow in any weather. When Gautham's father refused to sell it in favour of distributing it globally for free, the businessman and Rosarios killed his parents. When he refuses to tell Gautham about his parents, Gautham kills him. On his way to the airport, Gautham passes the school he had attended and hears children singing a rhyme. It reminds him of a similar rhyme he learned from his mother, and he remembers his way back to his house. At his house (a dilapidated villa) Gautham finds a photo of his parents, Chandrasekhar and Kalyani. He later introduces the rice variety at a global convention as "the second green revolution", and the film ends with Gautham standing in his field of Golden rice.

Production[]

Development[]

After completing (2011), began working on a with in mind as the protagonist because he felt that Mahesh had universal appeal. An incident in which a bus driver talked about a young boy who said that his parents were murdered on his bus became the story's base. Mahesh met Sukumar on the set of (2012) in , and listened to the script for 25 minutes. Although Sukumar could not describe the story well in the noisy restaurant, Mahesh agreed to appear in the film within half an hour. Sukumar worked on 1: Nenokkadine's script for two months, and considered it his dream project.

Ram Achanta, Gopichand Achanta and Anil Sunkara of , who produced Mahesh's (2011) and (2014), agreed to produce 1: Nenokkadine after hearing the script. Asked about his frequent collaboration with them, Mahesh said that Sukumar clearly indicated the risk of budget escalation and longer production and said that he and Sukumar could be viewed as criminals if it was produced by someone else. Sunil Lulla and Andrew Hefferman were credited as co-producers, and Koti Paruchuri was its executive producer. The film, introduced on 12 February 2012 in , received its title in May 2013.

Casting[]

(left) was initially signed as the female lead, but was replaced by (right) due to scheduling problems. 1: Nenokkadine was Sanon's Telugu cinema debut.

Mahesh agreed to be fit and healthy, since the film emphasised action scenes. He followed a 12-week Dynamic Transformation Plan (DTP) supervised by Kris Gethin, developing his abdominal muscles and losing weight. Mahesh then followed a Yoda Three Training regime (Y3T), supervised by Neil Hill, further developing his muscles. His stylist, Ashwin Malwe, said that his appearance and style would be "sophisticated and classy" in the film. Sukumar had Mahesh wear eyeglasses, since the director felt that audiences tended to consider a bespectacled character to be perfectionistic and positive, and the actor's hairstyle was changed.

was considered for the female lead, since the producers were impressed with her performance in 100% Love. She declined the offer, citing scheduling conflicts, and the Producer's Council told her not to sign for any new films until she completed her current assignments. After auditioning two actresses, Sukumar chose in March 2012 as the female lead. She was replaced by in October 2012, due to scheduling conflicts. Sanon was signed for (2014) after completing one shooting schedule for 1: Nenokkadine, and divided her time between the films. Sanon, who was involved in several action scenes filmed on the sea, was apprehensive about a scene in which Mahesh took her from a yacht since she did not knew how to swim.

Mahesh's seven-year-old son, Gautham Krishna, was chosen to play the younger version of the protagonist in his Telugu cinema debut. According to Sukumar, Gautham looked like the actor did as a child. When the director approached Mahesh and his wife, , Gautham Krishna was only six and they were apprehensive. His introduction scene was filmed silently by , since the boy was afraid of gunfire. Naveen Polisetty played a supporting role as Mahesh's friend in the film, and was signed as an antagonist., , , and were cast in other supporting roles.

was approached to perform an in the film, but the producers failed to make a deal and instead signed after seeing her performance in "Aala Re Aala" from (2013). For her first Telugu song, Choudry joined the film's set in September 2013. Sukumar said about the item number, "It's a superstar’s film and it should reach all. Item numbers are common these days and people expect to see them. The situation was that Mahesh had to go to a pub to get information about the person he was looking for. So there was occasion to put in an item number".

Crew[]

(left) and R. Rathnavelu (right) were signed as the music composer and director of photography. Rathnavelu, who returned to Telugu cinema after a seven-year absence, compared the film's aesthetic challenges to (2010).

, who collaborated with Sukumar on (2004) and (2007), was the film's director of photography in his return to Telugu cinema after seven years. Rathnavelu called the film "more challenging aesthetically" and compared it to (2010), which he considered his technically-toughest film. He created the film's visual style in a week with a variety of cameras, such as Red Epic, Body Rigs, Doggies and an underwater scuba camera. For the climaxes, Rathnavelu shifted from chrome to black-and-white to full colour in synchronisation with the story's mood.

Rathnavelu had to address the protagonist's mood swings and hallucinations, replicating scenes with minor differences. The film was shot in locations with a variety of climates, and new technical crews were hired in those places. Sukumar said, "We looked at world technicians and saw them work and can use whatever we learnt" and called it a "new yet learning experience" [].

Sukumar's usual composer, , was chosen for the film's soundtrack and score in Prasad's first Mahesh film. He went through the script and discussed it with Sukumar, who felt that Prasad translated his vision in the . Prasad finished re-recording the film's second half in four days. Eleven-year-old journalist Smrithika Thuhina's father was an associate director of the film, and Prasad emailed him the rhyme's tune with several stills from the scene; his daughter wrote the lyrics for the rhyme. P. Madhusudhan Reddy was the film's .

Peter Hein choreographed 1: Nenokkadine's action sequences, and choreographed its songs. Jakka Hari Prasad and worked on the film's story, and Y. K. Arjun, Thota Srinivas and Potluri Venkateswara Rao developed the script. Jeremy Zimmerman was credited with the screenplay, assisted by Sunil Madhav. was 1: Nenokkadine's visual-effects producer and R. C. Kamalakannan and Adel Adili's visual-effects company, Makuta, worked on the film. Karthika Srinivas was its chief editor, assisted by Siva Saravanan.

Filming[]

1: Nenokkadine, filmed in London (top) and Belfast (bottom) for 60 days, is the first Telugu film to be shot in Belfast.

began on 23 April 2012, with the filming of "Who R U?" featuring Mahesh and Aggarwal supervised by on a set at in Hyderabad. Six hundred models performed in the song, and about 2,000 people participated in the shoot. After its completion, an action sequence was filmed. The first shooting schedule wrapped up, and Mahesh returned to the set of (2013). The second schedule began on 31 May 2012 on house and colony sets at in Hyderabad, including scenes with Mahesh and others. Scenes of Mahesh at the police station were also part of the schedule.

Since the actor had allotted a block of time to Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu, 1: Nenokkadine's filming was delayed. When the former neared completion, he resumed work on 1: Nenokkadine in late September 2012 in Hyderabad. Filming continued in in mid-October, after a four-month hiatus, and a song with Mahesh and others was filmed in late October. The Goa schedule wrapped up on 1 November, with half the filming completed. Mahesh took a break to promote Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu, returning to the set on 23 January 2013. The next shooting schedule, which began on 18 March, lasted for three weeks. Night scenes focusing on Mahesh and others were filmed in in mid-April.

The next schedule, which began on 18 June, filmed in London and Belfast for 60 days. At the Causeway Pictures studio in , 1: Nenokkadine was the first Telugu film shot in Belfast. Hollywood stunt co-ordinator Conrad Palmisano supervised stunts by Mahesh and others. Rathnavelu called the action scene in a London car park "one of the most satisfying" things he had ever done. The scene takes place during a power failure, with the headlights of motorcycles chasing the protagonist the only sources of light. To film the scene, Rathnavelu used and three torchlights; smoke was pumped into the air to create a backdrop. When scenes were filmed on one of London's three main bridges, traffic was stopped on both sides of the bridge for more than eight hours.

After London, filming continued in in August 2013 and in Hyderabad in September; some scenes were filmed in and near . The last shooting schedule began in Bangkok in early October 2013, with action scenes supervised by Peter Hein. The remaining dialogue scenes were filmed in in mid-October 2013. They were finished by late November, and the last song was filmed in . Principal photography in late December 2013.

Soundtrack[]

The film's five-song soundtrack was composed by Devi Sri Prasad, with lyrics by . acquired its marketing rights for ₹10 million, a record for a Telugu film. The soundtrack was released on 19 December 2013 with a promotional event at in Hyderabad. The event, watched by 14,500 people, was shown live in 24 theatres across and and was the first Indian soundtrack release event shown live in theatres. The rhyme from the film's climax was released separately on 25 January 2014.

Release[]

1: Nenokkadine was released globally on 10 January 2014 on about 1,500 screens, around the same time as (which was released two days later). The film was Mahesh's third consecutive release during the festival season, following Businessman in 2012 and Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu in 2013. acquired its global distribution rights for ₹720 million, and it was released and distributed by 14 Reels Entertainment.1: Nenokkadine was released on 900 screens across Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Including multiplexes, 108 screens were booked in Hyderabad and there were 600 screenings on the film's release day. It broke the record held by (2013), which had been released on 100 screens in Hyderabad. 14 Reels Entertainment released the film in cinema audio format, supported by .

distribution rights were sold to RNR Films, who had distributed Dookudu in the state, for ₹450 million.1: Nenokkadine was released on about 200 screens overseas, a record for a Telugu film. In addition to the and the , the film was released in , the , , and ; it was the first Telugu film released in . When reaction to the film's length was mixed, the producers reduced its running time from 169 to 149 minutes.1: Nenokkadine had its global television premiere on 8 June 2014 on , with a of 7.32. The film was dubbed into as 1: Ek Ka Dum that year, and into and as Number 1 in 2015.

Marketing[]

A was released on 10 December 2013 on , and later on ; 1: Nenokkadine's first look, posters, video promos and other promotional material were released through the app. On 19 December 2013, users could download the film's soundtrack and purchase bulk pre-release tickets. Its digital-media marketing was handled by Sharath Chandra, Anurag and Rohita of First Show Digital. The digital campaign placed third at the 2014 Indian Digital Media Awards in Mumbai, surpassing that for . It accounted for 15 percent of total promotional activity, influencing the sale of 7,500 tickets on the film's release day. 1: Nenokkadine's channel had 12 million views; on its page received 130 million views, reaching 40 million users and engaging 3.9 million people.

South Indian actress found a poster of Sanon crawling behind Mahesh "regressive", triggering a backlash on Facebook and from Mahesh's fans. Actor and filmmaker shared her view, receiving a similar response, and filmmaker said that the poster was "gross" and "regressive". Sukumar later removed that sequence from the film to avoid further issues, although the did not object to its inclusion.

Reception[]

Critical response[]

1: Nenokkadine received generally negative reviews from critics. According to , its audience was "gripped through the whole film, but not for the right reasons": "Ending with a heralding of a second 'Green Revolution' and carrying on a legacy that aims at a food Utopia, you wish the movie continued with the schizophrenia and ended in an asylum". Karthik Pasupulate of gave the film three out of five stars: "The [Telugu cinema] format of six songs, five fights and loads of entertainment and melodrama makes it impossible to respectably adapt racy Hollywood styled suspense thrillers". Radhika Rajamani of called the film "inordinately long, with repetitive scenes and slow and sluggish narration", and a "sense of ennui set in after a point"; however, Rajamani praised the lead actors' performances. gave the film 2.75 out of five stars: "In 1 Nenokkadine, individual sequences are cool but the same cannot be said if we see it in totality. Apart from Mahesh Babu`s stunning performance, the drive of the film is completely off the track. It disappoints." Suresh Kavirayani of gave the film 2.5 out of five stars: "To say it in a line, the film falls short of expectations and disappoints film goers, especially the fans of Mahesh Babu". Kavirayani called Rathnavelu's cinematography its "saving grace", praising the lead pair's performances. IndiaGlitz also gave 1 Nenokkadine 2.5 out of five stars, saying that the film had the capacity to "tank without a trace if Mahesh Babu's character did not come with a difference"; the actor "looks that pained man every bit", expressing "intense emotions without much effort".

Sangeetha Devi Dundoo of wrote, "How often do we get to watch a Telugu film where the audience, along with the protagonist and supporting characters, is also required to think and distinguish between events unfolding in real and imaginary spaces?" and called 1 Nenokkadine a "visually stunning" film. Sridhar Vivan of gave the film 3.5 out of five stars: "As the film tries out a refined or reformed revenge saga, it needs to be seen whether 1 Nenokkadine works at the box office. If it does, it is a good sign for Telugu cinema". A. S. Sashidhar of The Times of India wrote, "The first half of 1: Nenokkadine is good and will keep you wanting for more. The story has a few interesting twists and turns, in the second half too to keep the audience glued to the screen", and Sukumar "should be commended for superb attempt in choosing to make a film that has not been explored in Telugu movies". Shekhar of called the film a "brilliant psychological thriller": "The first half of 1: Nenokkadine is excellent and will impress all classes of audience. A few sentimental scenes slow down the pace of narration in the second half. But the superb climax that lasts for 15 minutes will compensate it. The viewers will surely walk out of theatre with contented hearts".

Box office[]

1: Nenokkadine earned a distributor share of ₹84 million at the AP-Nizam box office on its first day, and ₹124 million over its opening weekend. Its United States opening box office total was 7,000 (₹58.2 million), which trade analyst called a "glorious start" and "one of the best openings ever by an Indian film".1: Nenokkadine passed the  million mark in three days, the seventh Telugu film (and Mahesh's third, after Dookudu and Seethamma Vakitlo Sirimalle Chettu) to earn a million dollars. On its fourth and fifth days the film earned a share of ₹32.5 million at the AP-Nizam box office, for a five-day total share of about ₹150 million.

By the end of 1: Nenokkadine's first week it had earned a distributor share of ₹181 million at the AP-Nizam box office, ₹21 million in Karnataka and ₹9 million in the rest of India. The film's first-week global box-office total was ₹252 million. In ten days 1: Nenokkadine grossed over .27 million in the United States, the fourth-highest-grossing Telugu film in that country. The film earned about ₹289 million worldwide, on a budget of ₹700 million.

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