Ninu Veedani Needanu Nene (NVNN) Movie Review:
Sundeep Kishan has been waiting for a proper hit from a long time and that is one of the reasons as to why took the production responsibility of the film, NVNN. Did the film bring the success he direly needed? Let’s get into the review that discusses in detail the recently released movie, Ninu Veedani Needanu Nene.Plot:
Arjun (Sundeep Kishan) and Madhavi (Anya Singh) is a young couple who lives in Hyderabad. One day, they head on a road trip and they meet with an accident. They reach their house safely though. But the couple gets a surprising shock that terrifies them when they see someone else’s reflection in the mirror. How they unraveled that mystery is the crux of the movie.
Director Caathik Raju made this film on a great many intersecting genres. The movie starts as a mystery and goes on in a thriller/horror path and turns out into an emotional melodrama that has some hilarious parts in between. The first half of the movie is brilliantly executed. Since the plot line is a bizarre one, the director got all the liberty he wanted to proceed further in the movie. He makes the film takes twists and turns in a surprising manner in the first half, too bad that it didn’t continue in the second half. The story starts from the narration of a veteran psychiatrist (Murali Krishna). He narrates the story of Arjun and Madhavi to his students saying that there are some things in the world that cannot be explained by the science. The story shifts a gear when the inspector (Posani Krishna Murali) reveals a key theme that was meant for a theatrical surprise. The graph of the movie falls down as the story proceeds and hits rock bottom at the climax. The concept of the movie is to say that human emotions are inexplicable even by science and that family is the integral and important part of life. But since the trailers and the promotions misled the audience by promising them a horror/thriller film, disappoints them when it unveils to be a melodramatic emotional one with the ending. Not that the ending is not right, but the story takes off on a different theme and lands down on a completely different theme. The brilliantly worked out comedy entertains the midway and delivers the audience enough entertainment to not hate the movie for the ending. Vennela Kishore proves again that he is more of an actor than just a comedian. All the main characters’ performances are satisfying for the subject.Technical aspects:
The director succeeds in his attempt but only partly. He shifts too many gears and only in some parts the ride is enjoyable. Thaman is always acclaimed for his works in the horror genre and this one too adds to the same list. PK Varma’s camera work is nice as that is the key department when it comes to a horror movie.
If a few dull sequences are chopped off, Sundeep Kishan might have witnessed his career’s best hit but since that didn’t happen; the film might do just okay. As the humor touch and the entertainment values are adequate, Sundeep can relax as a producer.