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

Dhanush’s Nene Vasthunna Movie Review: Dhanush, who had success in both Tamil and Telugu with Thiruchitrambalam, is not now marketing his new film, “Nene Vasthunna.” Surprisingly, the filmmakers have not even marketed the film in Tamil, nor have they released the trailer. Despite the fact that the film was ultimately released today, September 29, 2022, let’s go into a detailed review and conclusion.

Dhanush's Nene Vasthunna Movie Review


The protagonists in Dhanush’s film Nene Vasthunna are two characters who appear astonishingly identical to one another. Nene Vasthunna depicts the story of a man who lives in Ooty with his family and operates a resort.

Cast & Crew

The cast of the Nene Vasthunna film includes Dhanush, Indhuja, Elli Avram, Yogi Babu, “Ilayathilagam” Prabhu, Hiya Davey, Pranav, Prabhav, Frankinsten, Sylvensten, Thulasi, Saravana Subbaiyah, and Shelly. N. Kumar Selvaraghavan The film’s director is Selvaraghavan, and its producer is Kalaippuli. Thanu and S. Yuvan Shankar Raja composed the music, and Om Prakash handled the photography.

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

After the announcement of Nene Vasthunna, many fans and viewers expected another film to be added to Dhanush and Selvaragavan’s blockbuster list, but the film did not look to be like that. “Pudhupettai,” “Kadhal Kondein,” and “Mayakkam Enna” are among the classic films produced by Dhanush and Selvaragavan.

Unfortunately, Dhanush was unable to save the film. The second part of the film becomes interesting when the protagonist’s past is revealed, and his childhood trauma explains his unusual behavior pretty convincingly. The film begins intriguingly by introducing the key characters and plot. The premise of the picture holds your attention for a while, but the drama is insufferable, and the dead slow narration eroded viewers’ interest in watching the first half.

Dhanush effectively portrayed a dual part as a family man, in which he is just cool and casual, and another character in which he portrayed a maniac, in which he demonstrates his mettle. Elli Avaram and Induja gave their all, Selvaraghvan established himself as an actor once more, and the rest of the ensemble performed admirably. The twists in the film related to Dejavu fascinate the spectator to some level.

Selva Raghavan, one of India’s best and most distinctive directors, gave Nene Vasthunn his all as a director but fell short of engaging the audience with his narration. No other director can match his script, direction, and character development.

Nene Vasthunna is technically okay since Om Prakash was able to catch some magnificent vistas of Ooty, a few extreme close-ups of the protagonists, and a few blocks that piqued the audience’s interest. However, Yuvan Shankar Raja’s songs, which were not up to standard in Telugu and Tamil, created an impression in the background score, and the rest of the technical team gave it their all.

Nene Vasthunna is primarily aimed at moviegoers who like a wide range of genres.

Plus Points:

  • Dhanush Performance
  • Premise

Minus Points:

  • Slow Narration
  • Lack of Emotion

Rating: 3/5

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