Neevevaro Movie Review
Movie title:- Neevevaro
Banners:- MVV Cinema, Kona Film
Cast:- Aadhi Pinisetty, Taapsee Pannu,Ritika Singh,Vennela Kishore
Dialogues:-Kona Venkat, Bhavani Prasad
Directed by:- Harinath
Music:- Achu and Prasan
Producer:- MVV Sathyanarayana
‘Neevevaro’ movie story is an adoption of Tamil movie ‘Adhe Kangal’ released in 2017. Aadhi Pinisetty is the hero and how he acted as a blind man to be reviewed. now it is time to get in to the story.
Kalyan(Aadhi Pinisetty) is a born blind young man running his own restaurant as chef. He is popular and is well supported by his family and friends.He plans to marry his childhood friend Rithika Singh. Now a young lady Vennela(Tapsee Pannu)enters in to his life.She approaches him for left over food to be distributed to the homeless. Her frequent visits to the restaurant make him like her and fall in love. Vennela gets in to some problem and while in attempts of saving her he gets back his eye sight in a road accident. Vennela suddenly disappears. His parents arrange for his marriage with Rithika Singh.He is informed that Vennela is kidnapped. He starts in search of her and he reveals shocking truth about Vennela. Will he marry Rithika Singh?Will he marry Vennela.What is the Shocking truth about Vennela?All these are to be seen on the Silver screens.
Aadhi Pinisetty has got himself involved in the role done perfectly with ease.He is well supported by Taapsee Pannu who has a big role to play. The comedy by Vennela kishore is good and relieves from serious track of the story. Director Harinath tried to handle the remake story but could not succeed in doing so. Nothing much to talk about music. Cinematography is good. Vennela Kishore comedy has added some flavour to the movie.All others have done well the role they played.
There is no much thrill in this supposed to be a thriller.
This movie may be watched this weekend to enjoy the involved acting talent of Aadhi Pinisetty and Taapsee Pannu.
Aadhi Pinisetty and Taapsee Pannu action
Rich production values
Vennela Kishore comedy
Dragged 2nd half