Next Nuvve Movie Review

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  • Runtime: 2 Hours 22 Minutes
  • Certificate: A
  • Released: 03-11-2017
  • Genre: Comedy, Horror
2.5 / 5.0

Next Nuvve is the horror comedy film that has “Aadi,” Vaibhavi Shandilya, Rashmi Gautam, “Brahmaji,” Jaya Prakash Reddy, Posani Krishna Murali and Srinivas Avasarala in the star cast. Prabhakar Podakandla directed the film. Sai Kartheek is the music composer. Geetha Arts, Studio Green and UV Creations jointly produced the film. Next Nuvve is the remake of Yamirukka Bayamey, a Tamil film. Prabhakar, the TV director, makes his debut as a silver screen director through this film.


Kiran and his lover Smita make a TV show. But, the TV show didn’t get aired and Kiran is out of money. As he has to pay his debts, he decides to change a property left by his father into a resort. Sharat and his sister Rashmi join them in running the resort. But, from the day one, they find something strange in the resort. Later, all the four doubt that the resort might have been haunted. Is it haunted? If so, did they send the evil spirit out? What happens to them? Watch the film on the silver screen.

Star Performance

Aadi has done the given role with perfection. We need not speak about the performances of Bhramaji and JP, as they do any task with perfection. Similarly, Vaibhavi and Rashmi had also done their part well.


Although it is a remake movie, the director Prabhakar has altered the screenplay to suit the Telugu sensibilities. Although it started off well, it didn't end as expected, as the director didn’t concentrate well on the screenplay. We feel that the film is a little bit sluggish. The first half is much more interesting with the twists and the second half that has the flashback portion doesn’t impress much.

What’s There?

  • Star selection is satisfying; the leads are young and smart
  • Bhramaji and JP impress with their casual performances
  • The background score is simply superb

What’s Not There?

  • Second half is sluggish
  • Cinematography is not impressive
  • Execution is not satisfying as expected


If you love to watch horror comedy films, then you could very well visit the theaters. Despite some flaws on its part, Next Nuvve gives a Not So Bad impression. So, it could be watched, once.