Mass hero Kalyan Ram has returned to play the class hero for the first time in his career, and that too a romantic lover boy role, with his latest release Naa Nuvve, costarring milky white beauty Tamannaah and directed by ad filmmaker Jayendra. Here's team AP Herald's exclusive first on net Naa Nuvve first report.
Naa Nuvve begins with Meera (Tamannaah) waiting to meet Varun(Kalyan Ram) at a railway station, and her flashback unfolds where she narrates her love story to FM listeners. Meera and Varun had fallen in love without seeing each other, and they go through love, pain, misunderstandings, all through imaginary romance itself. Whether Meera and Varun met each other and united in love is what Naa Nuvve is all about.
Tamannaah impresses with her emotional act, while Kalyan Ram looks misfit as a stylish urban guy. Sharreth's songs are impressive but they are placed at regular intervals, impacting the pace of the movie and the proceedings are colorfully shot by PC Sreeram.
However, director Jayendra has faltered in presenting an interesting narrative, as he deals the screenplay in a half-baked manner, filling it with predictable and cliched scenes, as the movie drags with songs at unwarranted moments, and with boring love track. All said, despite some high points technically, Naa Nuvve is an average attempt that fails.
Tamanna enters Sye Raa Milky beauty Tamannaah, who had not been bagging many offers in any language, be it Tamil or Telugu, and last seen in the Tamil flick Sketch with Chiyaan Vikram, besides dancing in item songs in films like Jaguar, Jai Lava Kusa, will next be seen in 'Kanne Kalaimaane'.
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