Ninnu Kori trailer: Nani, Niveda Thomas’ Film Promises to be a Wholesome Entertainer
The trailer of Telugu expert Nani’s approaching film Ninnu Kori was discharged on sixteen June The film additionally stars Nivetha Thomas, Aadhi Pinisetty.
Ever since the film was declared, it’s been within the buzz. Nani, whereas cathartic the primary look of the film poster had tweeted saying: “Vizag nunchi USA varaku. Chinna pillalanunchi pedha valla varaku. Lovers nunchi pellainavalla varaku (From Vizag to the USA. From kids to adults. From lovers to partners).”
The trailer appears to make on a similar. Nani and Nivetha’s character appear to understand one another for a protracted time (assuming they were within the same college).
Set in Vizag, the lovebirds – Nani and Nivetha – ar separated solely to fulfill once more as matured adults in USA. Nivetha includes a new man in her life (Aadhi).
She is shown during a state of happiness to fulfill her (beloved past) and at a similar time, she is during a state of remorse/sorrow to own not been ready to continue with him. Later, through the trailer, it appears that she is during a quandary – finding herself stuck between her past and gift. the design and feel of the film, in conjunction with the characters’ arise, changes to herald that sense of maturity and passage of your time.
The film’s background score is catchy and strikes the correct chord emoting what the characters ar feeling – from mischief to laughter, emotional drama to action. there’s a amendment of house and pace within the film’s trailer because it step by step progresses.
Ninnu Kori are the directorial debut of Shiva Niravana. Gopi fragmentize has composed the music of the film. different supporting actors embody Tanikella Bharani, Murali Sharma, Prudhvi, Rajasree Nayar, Neetu and Bhupal dominion. Ninnu Kori is slated to unharness on twenty three June.
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