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Ninu Veedani Needanu Nene Telugu Full Movie Review

Release date : July 12, 2019

Rating : 3/5

Starring : Sundeep Kishan, Anya Singh, Vennela Kishore, Posani and Murli Sharma.

Director : Caarthick Raju

Producers : Sundeep Kishan, Daya Pannem and Viji Subrahmanian

Music Director : S. Thaman

Cinematographer : PK Varma

Editor : Chota K Prasad

Saint Sundeep Kishan has turned maker with the much-discussed repulsiveness spine chiller, Ninu Veedani Needani Nene, in which he additionally played the primary lead. Subsequent to making a good buzz, NVNN has at last hit theaters today. We should perceive how the film has fared.


Rishi (Sundeep Kishan) and Diya (Anya Singh) are a recently hitched couple. Their lives take a secretive turn after an auto collision. The evening of the mishap, Rishi and Diya calmly take a gander at the mirror in their home and get the stun of their lives when they see not theirs yet the impressions of another couple, Arjun (Vennela Kishore) and Madhavi.

Rishi chooses to comprehend the riddle and meets a specialist (Murli Sharma). Bend in the story emerges when Inspector (Posani Krishna Murali) breaks the secret and uncovers that it’s really Arjun (Sundeep) and Madhavi (Anya) who are frequenting Rishi (Vennela Kishore) and his better half Diya by entering their brain and body.

Will Arjun uncover the puzzle behind his and his significant other’s demises? Will Arjun and Madhavi leave Rishi and his significant other Diya’s lives? You have to watch the film to know the remainder of the story.

Additionally Points:

The intriguing reason of a couple entering another couple’s brains and bodies after death is the fundamental feature of NVNN. A couple of creepy minutes in the mirror track, the primary parody scene highlighting Posani and Murli Sharma and the fascinating turns at the interim and the peak compensate for a drawing in spine chiller.

Sundeep Kishan’s presentation is very great. He looks enchanting in the sentimental scenes with a similarly bubbly Anya Singh. Sundeep’s enthusiastic presentation in the scenes where he attempts to unwind the puzzle and after that the scenes with his folks towards the peak merits a unique notice. Anya Singh looks pretty and acts out great. She is a decent find.

The scenes including Murali Sharma and Posani add interest and funniness components to the procedures. Vennela Kishore gets a urgent job and he sparkles true to form with his silliness and defenselessness.

Short Points:

Following a fascinating initial 30 minutes, the film gradually loses its pace later and just grabs the energy at the interim, on account of a startling turn. Up to that point, the author chief puts money on some creepy components and transitory rushes to keep the spectators locked in.

Indeed, even the subsequent half has some torpid composition, with the genuinely necessary and much-anticipated amazement coming just in the peak. What occurs up to that point is Sundeep’s interest to uncover the puzzle. On occasion, some superfluous satire scenes just hinder the pace. The flashback scene in this half ought to have been cut a bit.

Specialized Aspects:

Executive Caarthick Raju thinks of a charming and inventive storyline. In any case, he just incompletely prevails with regards to executing the puzzle and the creepy components in an all the more captivating way.

Thaman’s experience score is bolting. The tunes are very much formed and all around shot as well. Caarthick boldly incorporates an enthusiastic tune in the peak and it’s exceptionally moving. Cinematography by PK Varma is very great. Particularly, the night inside scenes are shot great.

Chota K Prasad’s altering is great, however he ought to have stopped a portion of the scenes including Posani and Murli Sharma. The film finishes on a glad note, yet your hearts will be overwhelming by at that point. Sundeep gives out a significant message toward the end. Creation esteems are satisfactory.


In general, NVNN is a tolerably captivating spine chiller. Notwithstanding a couple of dull scenes in the first and second parts, the film has charming components and turns which will keep the crowd snared for more often than not. NVNN is less on loathsomeness and more on otherworldly components. Spine chiller sweethearts searching for something else may give NVNN a watch this end of the week.

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