24 Aug 2018 02:19:00
A visually challenged chef Kalyan encounters a girl Vennela who changes his life forever before she mysteriously disappears. Kalyan's search for the girl forms the crux of the story.
Supposedly a thriller involving a blind man chasing a person - who comes into his life, falls in love with him and disappears. Kalyan (Aadhi Pinisetty) then goes on in search of Vennela (Taapsee) and discovers truths about her life. The trailer was cut very well creating some intrigue in the film. It also left us assuming that this could be a huge break for Aadhi Pinisetty as a Hero. But then you realize that it doesn’t have much to add apart from what we already saw in the trailer. Neevevaro disappoints right from the beginning until the end with a predictable plot, weak characterization and unintelligent output.
As a custom for all reviews, lets begin to appreciate the lead - Aadhi Pinisetty, who excels as a lead and impresses. There was no moment where he did not give his 100% Vennela Kishore does it again. He indisputably saves the second half of the film. Most of his lines seem so original and self written Background music in second half & theme song for Taapsee were good.
It’s too cliche with stupid mistakes and loose character developments. It is unclear as to why a certain character behaves or feels a certain way. Boring plot, boring characters & boring method of finding solutions. Romance is dumb.Suspense is dumb. Story is dumb. Logic has gone for a toss - Basic mobile tracking sequence looks hilarious. They portray as if all the blind men are waiting and wanting to become someone's prey. Doltish. Lastly the direction of the film is fraught with problems, one feels that the cast deserved better than this.
Instead of creating a unique thriller (which tollywood is pretty used to by now); the director choses to make a typical one with bland characters and lackluster twists. Nothing extraordinary in #Neevevaro You can absolutely skip it without second thoughts.