REASONS FOR PROPAGANDA:
Kalyan Ram scored a decent hit with MLA and has now come up to test his luck once again with the rom-com, Naa Nuvve. Tamannaah as the female lead and P.C. Sreeram handling cinematography, the film has decent expectations around it.
CAST AND CREW OF THE MOVIE:
Starring: Kalyan Ram, Tamannaah
Production: Kiran Muppavarapu, Vijayakumar Vattikuti
D.O.P: P.C. Sreeram
Banner: Cool Breeze Cinemas
Meera (Tamannaah) who works as a radio jackie at Kachiguda railway station, narrates her love story with a young guy named Varun (Kalyan Ram). She happens to fall in love with him without seeing his face.
When the couple meets Varun throws a challenge to Meera which the latter immediately accepts. How it all changes for the them right after they meet and how Varun gets back to Meera in the end is all about the remaining story.
Though Kalyan Ram comes up with a brand new look he has got nothing much to do in the film despite being the protagonist. Also Tamannaah could not save it as the screenplay turns way too boring and the artists become unable to hold the attention.
Though the film has comedians like Vennela Kishore, Posani Krishna Murali and Bithiri Saththi audiences cannot hold their interest till the end watching the age old drama.
P.C. Sreeram’s visuals are captivating only in a couple of songs and the rest of film has not much of it. Songs keep disturbing the pace and sometimes bore the audiences to death. Background score is okay. Even the dialogues for the romantic entertainer does not impress anyone.
Jayendra failed to handle the film with racy screenplay and interesting scenes. He was also unable to use the chemistry between the lead pair. His direction falls flat as the film reaches the end. Only Kalyan Ram must know how he gave a nod to a boring script like this.
Lead pair chemistry in parts
Few love scenes
Age old drama
Predictable second half
Naa Nuvve is one of the most tedious films in recent times and tests patience right after the first half an hour into it. Neither Kalyan Ram nor Tammannaah’s role hold attention as the dialogues were too typical as well. One can call it a director’s failure for such a poor presentation of a love story with routine scenes. Better think twice before watching the film.
Final Word: Way Too Boring