Verdict: A beautiful love story.
Touted to be a romantic love story, Naa Nuvve stars Kalyan Ram and Tamannaah Bhatia in the lead roles for the first time and is supported by Tanikella Bharani, Posani Krishna Murali, Venella Kishore, Priyadarshi, Bittiri Sathi and Surekha Vani. Directed by Jayendra Panchapakesan, the cinematography has been handled by ace cameraman P. C. Sreeram, while the music and the background score has been composed by Sharreth. The movie has been produced by Kiran Muppavarpu and Vijaykumar Vattikuti under the banner Cool Breeze cinemas. written by Subha and Jayendra. Naa Nuvve has created incredible buzz when the first teaser was released, especially for its visuals and freshness. The music album was an instant hit and it t ouched the right chord with the audience. Let’s see if the team could live up to the expectations that it created.
What’s Naa Nuvve About:
Meera (Tamannash) is a radio jockey with Magic -100 FM and is a firm believer in destiny. Varun (Kalyan Ram) is a practical guy with an H1B Visa to the USA and a non-believer of destiny. Though he holds a Visa, his travel to the US gets postponed due to several reasons. Meera gets her hands on a book titled Love Signs which has a photo of Varun in it. A few incidents that happen in her life after finding Varun’s photo makes Meera believe that Varun is his lucky charm. In the meanwhile, Varun and Meera happen to meet each other and Meera explains Varun of how she thinks of him as her lucky charm. Eventually, they come close to each other. Varun, who believes in hard work, throws Meera a challenge to prove that there is nothing like destiny. What happens next must be seen on the big screen.
Naa Nuvve is a magical tale of love between Varun and Meera. P. C. Sreeram’s visuals has added a lot of charm to this beautiful love story. His camera work has pumped in life and soul into this movie. Added to it, Sharreth’s background score is another huge plus. Kalyan Ram is uber-cool in the role of Varun and has shown maturity in his performance. Tamannah is extremely beautiful and the whole movie revolves around her. The rest of the cast is apt in the roles they portray. The editing is crisp with a run-time of just over two hours. The production values are grand.
What Could Have Been Better:
Though Naa Nuvve has a decent storyline with wonderful cinematography and background score, there is a bit of a lag in the direction and screenplay.
Why You Should Watch:
You may watch this movie if you are a great fan of love stories and P. C. Sreeram’s visuals. There are no uncouth scenes and can easily be watched with families and friends alike.