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24 Aug, 2018
2 hrs 19 mins
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A visually challenged chef Kalyan encounters a girl Vennela who changes his life forever before she mysteriously disappears. Kalyan's search for the girl forms the crux of the story.
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Verdict: Neevevaro strikes the right chord with the viewers. Aadhi Pinisetty is one gifted actor who has donned all types of roles in a career spanning over a decade. While he succeeded immensely as a lead in Gundello Godari, Marakathamani or Malupu, he has also scorched the screen as an antagonist in movies like Sarrainodu and Agnyaathavaasi. In spite of acting with stars like Ram Charan and Nan... ...Read full review
Based on the Tamil movie Adhey Kangal, Neevevaro has an interesting premise involving a mix of crime, romance and thriller elements backed by a reasonably efficient cast, but the narrative takes too long to generate any momentum and sparkles only intermittently. Had the film primarily stuck to the story sans forced commercial liberties, things would have been slightly different. ...Read full review
The film is built like a puzzle where a protagonist and his confidante have to crack different clues to reach their destination, but Neevevaro makes this whole process look too easy and simple. It hurts to see a film that squanders its chance to narrate a gripping story. Perhaps, its also worth remembering that when a chef at an Italian restaurant makes his signature dish, he wouldnt add too many Indian masalas to suit our palette. Thats not what you signed up for! Thats the problem with Neevevaro too - its got a mix of everything, and when you close your eyes to think about what you truly felt while watching the film, the answer might very well be a long streak of silence. ...Read full review
It doesnt take the audience too long to smell that something is fishy. Even if you have not watched the original, you can gauge the direction this film is taking. Till the interval, the film drags with a lot of time spent on showing Aadhis pre-engagement ceremonies. Precious moments of screen time that could have been used to make the film gripping, simply go waste. ...Read full review