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

Dhanush’s Nene Vasthunna Telugu Movie Review: Dhanush, who enjoyed success with Thiruchitrambalam in both Tamil and Telugu, is not currently promoting his upcoming film, “Nene Vasthunna.” Surprisingly, the makers haven’t even promoted the film in Tamil as well, and they haven’t released the trailer. Despite the fact that the movie has finally been released today, September 29, 2022, let’s dive into the in-depth review and conclusion.

Dhanush's Nene Vasthunna Telugu Movie Review


In the movie, Nene Vasthunna, starring Dhanush, the protagonists are two characters who seem startlingly similar to one another. Nene Vasthunna tells the story of a man who lives with his family in Ooty where he owns a resort.

Cast & Crew

Dhanush, Indhuja, Elli Avram, Yogi Babu, “Ilayathilagam” Prabhu, Hiya Davey, Pranav, Prabhav, Frankinsten, Sylvensten, Thulasi, Saravana Subbaiyah, and Shelly are among the cast members of the Nene Vasthunna movie. Selvaraghavan, N. Kumar. Selvaraghavan is the director and Kalaippuli is the producer of the film. Thanu, S. Yuvan Shankar Raja wrote the music, and Om Prakash was in charge of the photography.

Movie NameNene Vasthunna
Music DirectorYuvan Shankar Raja
ProducerKalaippuli. S. Thanu
Genrepsychological Thriller
CastDhanush, Indhuja, Elli Avram,Ilayathilagam” Prabhu, Yogi Babu, Hiya Davey, Pranav, Prabhav, Frankinsten, Sylvensten, Thulasi, Saravana Subbaiyah, Shelly. N. Kumar, Selvaraghavan
CinematographyOm Prakash

Movie Verdict

A lot of fans and moviegoers believed that another film would be added to Dhanush and Selvaragavan’s hit list after the announcement of Nene Vasthunna, but the movie didn’t appear to be like that. Dhanush and Selvaragavan produced some classic movies, including “Pudhupettai,” “Kadhal Kondein,” and “Mayakkam Enna.”

Sadly, Dhanush couldn’t save the film. The second half of the film becomes interesting when the protagonist’s backstory begins, and his childhood trauma is quite convincing in his odd behavior. The movie starts off intriguingly by establishing the main characters and plot. The premise of the film engages you for a while, but the drama is intolerable, and dead slow narration lost the interest of the viewers to watch the first half.

Dhanush brilliantly portrayed a dual role as a family man, he is just cool and effortless in that role, and another character he portrayed as a psycho is just next level as he shows his mettle in that role. Elli Avaram and Induja did their best, Selvaraghvan once again made his mark as an actor, and the rest of the cast did well. The twists associated with Dejavu in the movie engage the audience to some extent.

One of the best and most distinctive directors in Indian cinema, Selva Raghavan gave Nene Vasthunn his all as a director but fell short of captivating the audience with his narration. His writing, direction, and character development are unmatched by any other director.

Technically speaking, Nene Vasthunna is alright because Om Prakash was able to capture some lovely shots of Ooty, a few extreme close-ups of the characters, and a few blocks that caught the audience’s attention. However, Yuvan Shankar Raja’s songs, which were not up to par in Telugu and Tamil, made their mark in the background score, and the rest of the technical team did their best.

Nene Vasthunna is mostly for movie lovers who enjoy a wide variety of genres.

Plus Points:

  • Dhanush Performance
  • Premise

Minus Points:

  • Slow Narration
  • Lack of Emotion

Rating: 3/5

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