Neevalle Neevalle


Language:        TELUGU
Director:     Jeeva
Producer:     Oscar Ravichandran
Cast:     Vinay, Sada, Tanisha


Neevalle. Neevalle. is a film originally made in Tamil as Unnale Unnale. V. Ravichandran of Oscar Films Pvt Ltd., produced the film and it is directed by cinematographer turned director Jeeva. Unnale Unnale has been dubbed into Telugu as Neevalle. Neevalle. by A. .amana and C.Vijaykumar underbanner of S.R. Media The film has been released simultaneously in Tamil and Telugu. A major part of the film has been shot abroad.

The story is about love between two youngsters and the jealously and misunderstanding that lead to difficult situations. Karthik (Vinay) is a software engineer who falls in love with Jhansi (Sada). However, she is a very suspicious person and cannot stand Karthik talking to other girls. The hero, in order to save his friend, who brings a girl home for the night, takes the blame on himself. This irks Jhansi, she abandons him and flies off to Australia.

As luck would have it, Karthik is sent on an assignment to Australia. On the flight, he befriends a beautiful young girl who is his co-passenger. Deepika (Tanisha) happens to be an assistant of Jhansi. The friendship between Deepika and Karthik continues to irritate Jhansi but she can do nothing about it. Over a period of time, Deepika falls in love with Karthik. img361/1217/neevallenee14043cfo0.jpg

At a party one day, Karthik and Deepika enter into a heated argument. Jhansi, after watching this incident, realizes that lovers should not suspect each other but should clear all their misunderstandings by talking about it. Jhansi now understands that she is not suited for this kind of love and relationship. Therefore she goes away after which Karthik and Deepika finally come together.

The screenplay is very good and makes the film interesting from beginning to end. Harris Jayaraj’s music is another highlight of the film. All the songs are worth watching and hearing. Sada gives a good performance. Tanisha is okay. The picturesque locales in Australia add to make the film visually more appealing.

An enjoyable film which is likely to draw the crowds in cities and towns.

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