Trisha Leda Nayanthara Movie ReviewApr 21, 2016 06:38 AM
Jeeva (GV Prakash) while traveling by train narrates his story why he left his home to TTR.During the story he says how he got bonded with Aditi (Manisha Yadav)and Ramya (Anandhi).During school days he falls in love with Ramya and one night Ramya and Jeeva gets into relationship.
Following day the news spreads around school and Ramya out of anger dumps Jeeva.Aditi calls and proposes Jeeva. Later Jeeva finds she is a drunkard.
At last he returns to Kumbakonam to be with his dearest uncle. He meets Ramya again and falls in love yet again.This time he finds she has slept with someone else during the break-up phase.What choice Jeeva takes forms the rest of the story.
GV Prakash has impressed as an actor. The expressions are flowing quite naturally for him. Anandhi is a rare gem which has to be possessed. .Manisha Yadav does a passable job and ends up as just an eye candy in the film. VTV Ganesh’s punch dialogues work well.
Simran has given some matured performance in the second half.Other characters are just passing clouds. Cameo by Arya and Priya Anand was pretty good. Anandhi proves her mettle that she can fit into any shoes easily. Yugee Sethu hardly appears for two scenes and conveys some message.
GV Prakash himself has composed music and two songs were catchy.Richard.M.Nathan's cinematography is attractive. Antony L Ruben has done a Good job with editing and he has kept the running time within check.Director has made no flaws in getting diversion.
Plus Points :
Minus Points :
Heavy dose of adult comedy scenes
Definetly not for family
The movie is an 'Adults Only' thing and it might bother you little. But still it is a light hearted entertainer which you can enjoy alone. The witty one-liners and the real life incidents can make you fall in love with the movie. But still you can see lots of profanity and vulgarity everywhere.
If you are taking your family to watch this movie, it is not the right kind of movie for you. Director Aadhik has conveyed a much needed message. But the way he conveyed was too harsh. He just has labeled all the girls are same. Some characters like 'Sengal Psycho', 'CD shop owner' were beautifully sketched in the screenplay portion.One of the biggest drawbacks of the film is its nativity. Right from the beginning, the film has a complete Tamil flavor and does not sink with Tollywood standards.
"First Half is for adults and Second Half is Strictly for Adults only"
Telugureporter.com Rating 2.5/5