Neevevaro Twitter Review: Here's What The Audiences Feel About The Film!


    The charming Aadhi is one of the most talented young stars in Tollywood today. In just a few years, he has carved a niche for himself thanks to his good looks, gripping screen presence, simple nature, bindass personality and sincere performances. He has also worked with some of the most noted names in T-town and this has benefited him in a big way. At present, Aadhi is in the limelight because of his latest release Neevevaro, which hit the screens today (August 24, 2018).


    Presented by Kona Venkat, the film is a thriller and features Aadhi in the role of a visually-challenged but skilled man. A thriller, it also has Taapsee Pannu and Ritika Singh in the lead. Taapsee was last seen in Anando Brahma, which did well at the box office. Similarly, Ritika was last seen in the critically-acclaimed Guru. As such, Neevevaro is a crucial release for both these ladies.

    The first shows of Neevevaro are already underway and here is a look at what the public feels about the film.

    'A Decent Thriller'

    According to this movie buff, Neevevaro is a decent film and it features some solid performances. However, at the same time, the fan states that the first half could have been better.

    Not Everyone's Happy

    This fan apparently did not like the film at all. In his tweet, he says that Neevevaro is a 'below average' attempt at storytelling. He also says that it is devoid of any thrills.

    The Second Half 'Is A Mess'

    As per this fan, Neevevaro is a cliched film that fails to make any impact because its second half 'is a mess'. This guy clearly does not believe in sugar coating his views!

    The Music Is Solid

    Neevevaro's music seems to have clicked with a section of the audience. This fan seems to be in love with the Rakshashi Rakshashi number.

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