|Movie Cast||Aadi Pinisetty, Taapsee, Rithika Singh, Veenela Kishore|
|Production Company||MVV Entertainments|
|Release Date||August 24, 2018|
Neevevaro’ is the latest movie that is all set to hit the screens today. The movie features Aadhi Pinisetty who has given a stupendous performance in ‘Rangasthalam’ movie recently, Taapsee Pannu who impressed the audience with her previous film ‘Anando Brahma’ and Ritika Singh of ‘Guru’ fame in the lead roles. Harinath helmed this exciting action thriller, and M.V.V.Satyanarayana bankrolled the project. The teaser and trailer hinted that Aadhi would be visually handicapped in the film and the story runs around an accident. The promotional stuff gained positive buzz about the film. Here is the review of the movie:
Kalyan (Aadi Pinisetty) is a blind chef who is popular. He runs his restaurant. Vennela (Taapsee) meets Kalyan and becomes his friend. Both like each other and gradually falls for one another. But, Anu (Rithika Singh), Kalyan’s childhood wants to marry him. Whom did Kalyan marry? Forms the story of the movie.
Aadhi Pinisetty is the show stealer. His performance as a visually challenged person is outstanding. Aadhi sure proved his acting skills are extraordinary. Taapsee’s character is the backbone of the story. She gave a memorable performance and will impress the audience more than anyone. Ritika Singh has played a different role when compared to her previous flick. She proved her versatility as an actress. Vennela Kishore once again got another meaty role. He gave his best performance. Sapthagiri’s performance is too good. Adarsh, Shivaji Raja, and Tulasi also justified their roles. The rest of the cast members also made their presence felt.
The engaging script is the one that binds everything at the end, and ‘Neevevaro’ is one such content-driven flick in which the story is everything. The leads performances bring extra brownie points. Directional skills of Harinath is excellent. He proved his talent once again. He executed the fast-paced story well. He narrated the story well. Production values by M.V.V.Satyanarayana’s production values are lavish. It is evident that the technical team haven’t compromised regarding quality at all. Editing by Pradeep E Raghav is neat. He sure edited out the unnecessary scenes. Music by Achu and Prasan is pleasant and delightful. Cinematography by Sai Sriram is worth mentioning.
Neevevaro movie comes up with an exciting storyline. The film starts off well, and the director took his time in introducing every character properly. The romantic track in the first half of the film has come up well, and when we expect that the movie will be something that is different, the director turns the film into an experiment mode and brings some unnecessary elements into the plot which disturbs the flow of the film especially in the second half. Even though the first half of the movie has got some gripping moments, the second half fails in entertaining the audiences and continuing the flow of the first half. The film has good performances from the lead actors, but it just does not impress entirely and ends as a disappointment.