Movie Name: Naa Nuvve
Genre(s): Romance, Drama
Star Cast: Nandamuri Kalyan Ram, Tamannaah Bhatia, Tanikella Bharani, Posani Krishna Murali.
Banner: Cool Breeze Cinemas, East Cost Productions.
Producer: Kiran Muppavarapu, Vijaykumar Vattikuti
Director: Jayendra Panchapakesan
Music Director: Sharreth
Editor: Sathish Suriya
Art Director: V. Selvakumar
Stunts: Real Satheesh
Run Time: 2 hrs 04 Mins
Hitting the Big Screens on: June 14, 2018.
Kalyan Ram, one of the well-known heroes from the Nandamuri family, is known to select movies with different stories. Despite his previous movie ‘MLA’ being a debacle, Kalyan Ram did not take much time to come up with another movie ‘Naa..Nuvve’. After a fair bit of prolongation in the release, the movie has been released today. Jayendra Panchapakesan, who has directed a couple of films before this movie, is the director of this movie. The main attraction of this movie is cinematography by P.C. Sreeram. Milky beauty Tamanna is playing the female lead. The trailer has aroused good expectations on this movie. Let’s find out if ‘Naa…Nuvve’ is worth to watch or not.
Story: The story is mainly based on destiny. Varun (Kalyan Ram) gets a job in Seattle, but for one or other reason, thrice he gets interrupted from going to Seattle. He takes a book ‘Love Signs’ from his grandma ‘Kalyani’, which he misplaces in a railway station. Accidentally, the book reaches Meera (Tamanna), a radio jockey, which even she misses. However, the book finally reaches Meera and from hereon things start to turn in favour of Meera. Meera believes Varun as her lucky charm and destiny and falls for him. After a series of incidents that seem totally cinematic, both Varun and Meera happen to meet. Meera expresses her love to Varun, but Varun makes fun of her belief in destiny and puts a test to destiny. The test makes Varun to believe they are made for each other. No sooner Varun starts reciprocating to Meera’s love, destiny puts a test to their love. What is the test? Will destiny make Varun and Meera one? All these are revealed at the end.
Performance: Kalyan Ram’s role does not demand much performance. He looks decent and pleasent. Tamanna looks glamorous. Tanikennella Bharani and Posani are also part of the crew in this movie, but excluding a couple of emotional scenes, the director fails to utilize the experience of both the veteran actors. Comedians Vennela Kishore and Praveen play hero’s friends role, but comedy has been given a miss in this movie.
Technical Department: Story is very simple and not at all surprising or new. The story revolves around a book and destiny. Director’s intention to make us believe in destiny does not seem real. Dialogues are insipid and dull. Screenplay is below par and to a greater extent seems dragged. Music does not sound attractive. Only one song ‘Premika…’ is melodious, but the wait for this song is very long and we merely jaded and drained by the time you watch the song. Background music sounds good here and there. Cinematography by P.C. Sreeram remains to be the only reason to watch this movie. Notwithstanding that the director has not used the expertise of P.C. Sreeram to full, but photography is the only plus point of this movie. Production values are decorous. Uninspiring and poor direction by Jayendra makes this movie not worth to watch.