Naa Nuvve Movie Review: Zero Passion
The combination of Kalyan Ram and Tamannah was a new picture to digest but the movie as a whole with its screenplay and writing was almost indigestible.
Naa Nuvve has Tammanah in the shoes of a happy-go-lucky character of RJ Meera. Just like any other human, she too beleived in something. Destiny. Destiny is the one ingredient for a love story. Naa Nuvve had destiny but it was seamlessly fitted together for the story.
Kalyanram fancies a new avatar look from what he usually puts up. The two lack the chemistry they need. They both believe in 2 different poles of this "Love is a destiny" debate. Forget the love and drama, there wasn't any material for a silent laugh to arise other than some ridiculous events that too place. One believes in destiny and the other doesn't agree that destiny is the binding force to anyone's expectations or believes.
Moreover its was towards the interval that the pace picked up but then tragically fell to its demise. The drive toward the finish was a drag because it never made us feel for the characters and both their perspectives.
The movie had no turns or twists. One of the songs were quite ridiculous. It probably had meaning, but filled with random words just to make it sound catchy.