Uday Kiran earned the image as a lover boy with his first film ‘Chitram’ directed by Teja. However, the image started distancing from him after the second film and almost vanished with many new artistes entering the film industry and the word ‘lover boy’ started jumping like a foot ball from one hero to the other. Likewise, Shweta Basu Prasad won the hearts of youth with the film Kotta Bangaru Lokam and almost vanished from the Telugu film industry in no time.
They have come together in the film Nuvvekkadunte Nenakkadunta. Though the film had completed its shooting some two and a half years ago, the prints failed to see the light. Probably, the distributors who saw the film must have thought that it should be appropriate to the title that it should be where it is. Let us see how the film is.
Hari (Uday Kiran) had a unique habit of getting weird dreams. Whatever he see in the dream used to come true on one day or the other in future. Keeping it aside, he gets engaged with his uncle’s daughter Nilambari (Arthi). However, the girl doesn’t like him because Hari has no job. In order to get his would be son-in-law a job holder, his uncle brings him and arranges a job for him in a finance company.