Naa Nuvve Trailer: Tamannaah and Nandamuri Kalyanram’s chemistry in this breezy romantic tale stands out

The makers have now released the trailer of Naa Nuvve and the chemistry between lead actors Nandamuri Kalyanram and Tamannaah Bhatia is quite a sight.

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Nandamuri Kalyanram and Tamannaah Bhatia will pair up for the first time in Naa Nuvve which is being directed by renowned adman Jayendra. Said to be a romantic tale, Naa Nuvve will have Tamannaah playing a radio jockey while Nandamuri Kalyanram will be seen playing her love interest. The makers have released coupe of songs from the music album of Naa Nuvve which is composed by Sharreth. The songs have impressed audiences and expectations on the complete music album are quite high. The makers have now released the trailer of Naa Nuvve and the chemistry between lead actors Nandamuri Kalyanram and Tamannaah Bhatia is quite a sight. The trailer gives us a glimpse of how Tamannaah falls for Nandamuri Kalyanram and is in wait for him. What happens after the two meet and how love blossoms between the two forms the crux of the story. Watch the trailer of Naa Nuvve starring Nandamuri Kalyanram and Tamannaah Bhatia here:

Kalyanram has gone through a complete makeover for this film and has shed his rough look. Kalyanram has opted to remove his moustache and sports glasses to come across as a soft-spoken guy. Tamannaah looks stunning in the trailer and will definitely be a treat to watch, going by the trailer. At times, one may feel that Tamannaah takes the centre stage at few moments but Kalyanram too has his own moments.

Naa Nuvve is being produced by Kiran Muppavarapu and Vijayakumar Vattikuti under the banner Cool Breeze Cinemas. The story of Naa Nuvve is by Jayendra himself while the dialogues are penned by Meerah and Kiran Muppavarapu. The camera of Naa Nuvve is cranked by renowned cinematographer PC Sreeram. The music of Naa Nuvve is by Sharreth who is known for his works in Malayalam cinema for films like Ente, The Reporter, Shyaamam and Thirakkatha.

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