Nandamuri Kalyanram and Tamannaah starrer Naa Nuvve gearing up for release on June 14

Kalyanram has opted to remove his moustache and sports glasses to come across as a soft-spoken guy.

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Nandamuri Kalyanram and Tamannaah starrer Naa Nuvve gearing up for release on June 14

Upcoming breezy romantic drama Naa Nuvve starring Nandamuri Kalyan Ram and Tamannaah in the lead roles is all set for a grand release worldwide on June 14. Announcing the same, producer pf Naa Nuvve Kiran Muppavarapu said, “I am pleased to announce that our film Naa Nuvve obtained a Clean U Certificate and is set to release on June 14 worldwide. A romantic entertainer that will be high on freshness and will surely be loved by the audiences, the film has been beautifully made by director Jayendra. The visual extravaganza created by P.C.Sreeram is out of the world too. While Tamannaah has definitely given one of her best performances in the film, Kalyan Ram has also come out of his comfort zone to play a complete romantic role like he hasn’t done before. The duo’s makeover will be phenomenal. So far, the music by Sharreth has been received quite well and is being praised for being heartwarming.”

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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