Neevevaro Movie Review.
Aadhi Pinisetty, Taapsee, Ritika Singh starrer Neevevaro released today. Movie team is very confident about its result for the content in it. Everyone has a success prior to this movie which further increases the interest.
Let’s get into the review:
Kalyan (Aadhi) is blind but very intelligent and ambitious. Though he’s a blind he’s a well-known chef running a restaurant his own. Anu (Ritika) is a neighbour to Kalyan who’s very close to him and loves him so much. Both Kalyan and Anu’s parents decided to get them married but one-day Vennela (Taapsee) came to Kalyan’s restaurant late at night. She used to visit Kalyan’s restaurant frequently and he got feelings for her. He proposed to her at last. Then she replied that she’s going to die very soon.
Why Vennela is going to die and firstly who’s this vennela and what did she do to Kalyan. Watch the movie and know it.
Aadhi Pinisetty was excellent throughout the movie. His dedication towards the character and movie, in general, was clearly seen on screen. Taapsee also did a fantastic job as Vennela. Ritika Singh got a good role and pulled it off. Other actors Vennela Kishore, Sivaji Raja, Sapthagiri got regular roles. They did well in their parts.
1. Lead actors
2. Some scenes in 2nd half.
3. Main plot
1. Unwanted scenes disturbing the flow of the movie.
Neevevaro could have fallen into the list of edgy thrillers that Telugu Cinema is making recently if it there weren’t needless diversions in the screenplay.
The movie starts well but it takes a lot of time to get into the actual plot. It only begins towards the interval time. By the time it happens and the way, it happens one starts to second guess the proceedings.
The second half happens on the same lines as one had imagined it to around the interval mark. The big twist is predictable and the lead to it is slow which makes the whole exercise boring. It is well acted and shot, and that’s all that can be said about it positively.
The music is decent but the way it’s used in the narrative hardly leaves an impact. The cinematography is neat and gives the film a glossy look. The editing could have been better. The writing is alright with few Kona Venkat mark punches.