Adi Nuvve conforms to the recent trend in Tollywood love stories where the hero has no aim in life except to gain somehow the heart of the girl he loves.
A conscentious father (Kasi Viswanath) wants his son Ravi Teja (Chaitanya) to be a successful man in life and grooms him accordingly. He also wants his son to go to USA to pursue higher studies. When Teja goes to get visa at the US Consulate, he comes across Sameera (Aksha) and falls in love. Smitten by her charms, he misses his trip to the United States. The rest of the story deals with how he wins her love.
Chaitanya and Aksha do well but fail to impress because of a weak story. Kasi Viswanath is convincing. Brahmanandam can’t spice you up. All others just go through their motions.
A bad story has been attempted to be packaged in stylish presentation but the sloppy screenplay plays the spoil-sport. Dialogues and music are just average. Cinematography is good. The technical aspects are good but do not make an impression because of patchy narration and illogical incidents.
The film can best be ignored.
The Cast and Crew
Chaitanya, Aksha, Kasi Viswanath, Raksha, Naresh, Hema, Siva Narayana, Master Bharath, Brahmanandam, Satyam Rajesh, Leena, Prithvi, Amit
Music: Jeevan Thomas
Cinematography: P G Vinda
Producer: K. Sreekanth
Banner: Vandana Arts
Director: Neelam Varaprasad
1.5 out of 5
Review by Deen Kumar
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