Naa Nuvve is all about the story of Varun (Kalyanram) and Meera (Tamannaah). While Varun aspires to go to USA, Meera works as a Radio Jockey. She believes in love in destiny while Varun won’t. In a surprising move, Meera watches the picture of Varun and meets him. She explains about this to him but denies with a big no. After she proves that destiny can make people meet, the duo falls in love. It is during this time, an unexpected incident shatters their love story. The rest of Naa Nuvve is all about how they win back their love.
Naa Nuvve starts off on an interesting note and takes the audience to a different world. Soon the film slips down and turns out to be a boring feast. The entire first half lacks interest and the unwanted songs irritate the audience. Though couple of songs have been melodious, they make no impact on screen. The interval episodes make not much impact and the first half of Naa Nuvve ends up on a low note.
The second half of Naa Nuvve dips down further and falls flat. Despite of a run time of 2 hours, the audience will be left tedious and the romantic saga dips down completely. With a boring and predictable set of scenes, the second half of Naa Nuvve fails to live up the expectations. The climax looks simple and completely artificial. Naa Nuvve on the whole is a soul-less film that fails to make any impact.
Kalyanram surprises with his transformation and he has been decent in his looks. He performed well as Varun throughout. Tamannaah has been a treat to watch and she looked natural. With enough screen presence, Tamannaah excelled in each and every scene. Posani Krishna Murali and Vennela Kishore managed to entertain the audience well. All the other actors have been decent in the assigned roles.
Naa Nuvve has a clinched plot and the bad writing made the film fall flat. With poor dialogues and bad execution, Naa Nuvve tests the patience of the audience. The music has been a relief but the placement of songs has been extremely bad. The cinematography is an asset and the production values looked ok. Jayendra who is an ad filmmaker fails once again in churning out Naa Nuvve into an interesting romantic saga.
Kalyanram disappoints once again big time with Naa Nuvve which offers nothing interesting. A film that can be given a skip.
Naa Nuvve can be given a skip because of the outdated stuff and the poor execution. Kalyanram and Tamannaah try hard to impress the audience with their performances.
Naa Nuvve is a film that lacks soul though it has been laced with grand technical aspects. Two hours of boring stuff.