Nuvvekkadunte Nenakkadunta is conceived as a psychological thriller, but Subha Selvam treats it with mainstream film formula and makes a mess of it.
Haritha (Swetha Basu) is an orphan and she is a good samaritan helping one and all. Hari (Uday Kiran), who works in a finance company, falls in love with her. Bhadra (Ajith Kumar), the local goon, also wants the hand of Haritha. Hari discovers that he gets bad dreams or hallucinations that come true particularly in the case of his grandfather’s accidental death and his job. When he gets a bad dream about Haritha being killed, he wants to save her and takes her to his parental house in the village. However, Hari is already engaged to his maradalu Nilambari (Arti). The rest of the story is about how Hari deals with various situations leading to a predictable climax.
Uday Kiran and Shwetha Basu Prasad try hard to make an impression but weak characterisation comes in the way. Ajith Kumar as the villain doesn’t make mark. Brahmanandam and AVS have comedy roles but they are not connected to the main plot. All others go through their motions.
The director has taken paranormal activity like dreams coming true as the platform for the film but treating it with mainstream cinema routine makes it a tedious affair. The screenplay is erratic and makes the narration go through phases of restlessness. The dialogues are routine. Music is more of an impediment. Camera work is listless.
Uday Kiran’s dreams might have come true in the film, but his dream of coming back into the reckoning with this film seem to have been hit for a huge six, Chris Gayle style, out of the boundary and out of the game. Nuvvekkadunte Nenakkadunta is a poorly made film.
The Cast and Crew
Uday Kiran, Shwetha Basu Prasad, Ajit Kumar, Brahmanandam, AVS, Venu Madhav, Ashish Vidhyarthi and others
Music Director : Pradeep Koneru
Producers : D.Kumar and Eswara Varaprasad
Director : Subha Selvam
1 out of 5
Review by Deen Kumar
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