Ninu Veedani Needanu Nene review

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Direction: Caarthick Raju

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

Producers: Sundeep Kishan, Daya Pannem and Viji Subrahmanian

Music Director: S. Thaman

Cinematographer: PK Varma

Editor: Praveen K. L.

Sundeep Kishan is back with supernatural thriller Ninu Veedani Needanu Nene (NVNN). The actor had faced a string of flops in the recent past, and is banking on NVNN who also turned producer with this flick. The film has Anya Singh and Vennela Kishore among other character artistes. So how has this film turned out for Sundeep is to be seen…


Rishi (Sundeep Kishan) and his wife Diya (Anya Singh) lead a cosy life until a fateful accident turned their life upside down. How the accident leads them to a cemetery but they come back home safely only to finds themselves seeing someone else when the look in the mirror. To decode the mystery, Rishi meets well-known psychiatrist (Murali Sharma) and also asks Diya to meet a church father. Will these people help the young couple to solve the errie of things they’re are encountering?


Sundeep Kishan has given his career-best film. With his acting prowess and timing, we can notch that Sundeep has worked harder to get this film hit out straight at the box-office. Meanwhile, Anya Singha s Diya plays her part well. Characters like Vennela Kishore, Posani Krishna and Murali Sharma fit their roles well.

Technical Aspects:

The Production values done Daya Pannem and Viji Subramanian are decent and have been successful in giving up spooky an errie stuff . The background score rendered by Thaman is good, but you don’t find any catchy tunes that will make you hum as u leave the theatre. Cinematographer PK Varma is decent and editing by Praveen is sleek.


Director Caarthick Raju has come up with interesting stuff and he successfully ables to deliver what he had visioned. The first half is filled with comedy, tense, and romance moments leaving you in the edge of the seats. But it’s the second half that takes you for a ride. The narration goes flat after the interval and you wonder what the film is all about and how things are going haywire with sluggish scenes too.



Mystery oriented


Sluggish second half

Weak climax

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