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Neevevaro Telugu Movie Review, Rating

- 2/5
Neevevaro Telugu Movie Review, Rating

What Is Good

  • Cinematography
  • Production values
  • Aadhi Pinisetty

What Is Bad

  • Songs
  • Forced humor
  • Ritika character
Bottom Line: Neevevaro is worth a watch for its engaging screenplay and interesting twists.

Story

Aadhi Pinisetty, who had begun as a hero in Tollywood, later ventured into Tamil, before returning to Telugu again, playing supporting roles and antagonist roles in movies like Rangasthalam, Ninnukori, Sarrainodu, and now, he has yet again taken an attempt at proving himself as a hero, with Neevevaro. Here's team AP Herald's exclusive first on net Neevevaro review.


Kalyan(Aadhi Pinisetty), is a blind chef, who does not consider his physical challenge as an issue, and is a successful chef. Enters Tapsee Pannu, who gets impressed by him, and when they fall for each other and he even strains relationship with his friend Anu(Ritika Singh), a sudden accident leads to Aadhi getting vision, Tapsee goes missing, and now, Aadhi and Anu get into a mission to find where and who Tapsee is. Was Aadhi able to unravel the mystery behind Tapsee is what Neevevaro is all about.

Star Performance

Aadhi Pinisetty is convincing as a blind chef, and impresses with his improved body language, His action sequences in the second half are believable, and he emotes perfectly. Tapsee Pannu as the scheming girl with a second face, as the clever and manipulative is good, as she perfects her expressions, besides being aggressive in the stunts. Ritika Singh is a mere eye candy, while Vennela Kishore evokes genuine laughs. The rest of the cast is adequate.

Techinical Team

Songs by Achu Rajamani are unimpressive, and act as speed breakers in the screenplay, while his BGM is good, matching the mood of the movie. Sai Sriram's cinematography captures the night sequences and the stunts perfectly. Editing by Pradeep E Raghav could have been taut, as there are drags in the second half. Director Harinath has opted to open his account in Tollywood, with Neevevaro, which is the remake of last year's Tamil sleeper hit Adhe Kangal. He has got a perfect cast, with Aadhi Pinisetty and Tapsee fighting it out to share the acting honors, while Ritika is reduced to a merely extended cameo. 

Analysis

The first half of Neevevaro moves at a brisk pace with twists at regular intervals, while the second half occasionally suffers from drags, but the twists and Tapsee's characterization are a revelation, as Neevevaro, despite its drags at places, unappealing songs, keeps the momentum for a thriller on, with its nice twists and is an engaging entertainer, that could be a break for Aadhi Pinisetty. Harinath stays faithful to the original for the most part, while he has tried to add humor courtesy Vennela Kishore, and that actually has worked in favor Neevevaro. All said, Neevevaro is a decent crime thriller with an interesting premise and characters.

Cast & Crew

3 / 5 - 8789
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