Dhanush’s Nene Vasthunna Telugu Movie Review & Ratings | Hit or Flop?

Dhanush’s Nene Vasthunna Movie Review: Dhanush, whose film Thiruchitrambalam was a box office blockbuster in Tamil and Telugu, is not actively promoting his latest film, “Nene Vasthunna.” Surprisingly, neither the film’s trailer nor any Tamil marketing materials have been released. Although the film’s official release date was September 29, 2022, we’ll nonetheless discuss our thoughts and opinions in depth below.

Dhanush's Nene Vasthunna Movie Review

Story

In Nene Vasthunna, directed by Dhanush, the two main characters are twins who seem eerily alike. In Nene Vasthunna, we follow the fortunes of a man and his family as they run a resort in the picturesque town of Ooty.

Cast & Crew

Dhanush, Indhuja, Elli Avram, Yogi Babu, “Ilayathilagam” Prabhu, Hiya Davey, Pranav, Prabhav, Frankinsten, Sylvensten, Thulasi, Saravana Subbaiyah, and Shelly are just some of the names you’ll recognise in the cast of Nene Vasthunna. The Name Is Kumar, N. Selvaraghavan The film was directed by Selvaraghavan and produced by Kalaippuli. Music was composed by Thanu and S. Yuvan Shankar Raja, while photography was done by Om Prakash.

Movie Name Nene Vasthunna
Director Selvaraghavan
Music Director Yuvan Shankar Raja
Producer Kalaippuli. S. Thanu
Genre psychological Thriller
Cast Dhanush, Indhuja, Elli Avram, Ilayathilagam” Prabhu, Yogi Babu, Hiya Davey, Pranav, Prabhav, Frankinsten, Sylvensten, Thulasi, Saravana Subbaiyah, Shelly. N. Kumar, Selvaraghavan
Cinematography Om Prakash

Movie Verdict

Many people saw the announcement for Nene Vasthunna and assumed it would be another blockbuster for Dhanush and Selvaragavan, but early reviews indicated that the film would be more low-key. Films such as “Pudhupettai,” “Kadhal Kondein,” and “Mayakkam Enna” are among the many classics that Dhanush and Selvaragavan have made.

Dhanush’s efforts weren’t enough to preserve the movie. The film picks up momentum in the second half when the protagonist’s history is disclosed, and the trauma he experienced as a youngster provides a rather plausible explanation for his out-of-the-ordinary behavior. The film’s opening is really engaging because it sets up the main characters and the story. The movie’s premise is intriguing, but the drama is unbearable, and the incredibly sluggish narration kills whatever momentum the film might have had in the first half.

Dhanush convincingly plays two very different roles: a family man, in which he is simply laid-back and easygoing, and a lunatic, in which he shows his true mettle. Both Elli Avaram and Induja produced excellent performances, Selvaraghvan reestablished himself as a credible actor, and the rest of the cast did a fine job as a whole. The audience is fascinated by the film’s Dejavu-related plot twists.

The director Selva Raghavan, who is widely regarded as one of India’s finest and most original voices in cinema, put his all to Nene Vasthunn but ultimately failed to captivate viewers with his story. His story, direction, and characterization are unparalleled.

Technically, Nene Vasthunna works because Om Prakash managed to film some breathtaking landscapes in Ooty, as well as some intense close-ups of the film’s protagonists and intriguing set pieces. While the Telugu and Tamil versions of Yuvan Shankar Raja’s songs fell short, the background score was memorable, and the rest of the technical crew did a great job.

Cinemagoers who enjoy a wide variety of film styles will find a lot to enjoy in Nene Vasthunna.

Plus Points:

  • Dhanush Performance
  • Premise

Minus Points:

  • Slow Narration
  • Lack of Emotion

Rating: 3/5

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