Naa Nuvve
More Love More Magic

Naa Nuvve

14 Jun, 2018
1 hrs 58 mins
4,853 votes
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Meera (played by Tamannaah Bhatia), a happy-go-lucky radio jockey falls in love with Varun (played by Kalyan Ram Nandamuri) who exudes confidence but is nothing like Meera. How far will the two go for the sake of their love?
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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 an... ...Read full review
When the cast and crew list features names like Jayendra Panchapakesan - who has hundreds of ad films to his name, PC Sreeram - who has wielded the camera for Mani Ratnam for some of his most famous films, Sharreth - whose music for the film was appreciated much before the film`s release and a versatile Tamannaah and Kalyan Ram in lead roles, nothing less than cinematic magic is expected. Subha, the name used by the writing partnership of D Suresh and AN Balakrishnan, also wrote this one with Jayendra, with their previous collaboration being `180`. ...Read full review
Do you make your own destiny or is it all pre-written? Now, that is a question that films have dealt with time and again with various levels of success. Naa Nuvve is yet another entry to this category, with Tamannaah as a firm believer in destiny and Nandamuri Kalyanram as a man who wants no truck with this hocus-pocus. The two protagonists, with vastly different belief systems, fall in love. Then, they sing some songs. ...Read full review
Love stories are a tricky proposition to crack for any writer and even more so for the director. More often than not, it boils down to capturing the charm of the conversations between two people, drama in their lives, the pain of separation, among many other things. None of this happens in Kalyanram and Tamannaah starrer Naa Nuvve. ...Read full review
Naa Nuvve might have looked good on papers but when translated to a celluloid, the same effect has been missed. Jayendran could have treated the script much better as the supposed romance fizzles out. ...Read full review
For the first time in his career, actor Kalyan Ram has tried his hand at a full-fledged romantic entertainer, and it`s been a while that we saw Tamannah in a love story too. The film`s story appears like a fairy tale and sounds good as a story, but when it got translated into the screen, it lacks the excitement. ...Read full review

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