Naiyaandi Movie Review


Reviews 18-Oct-2013 10:18 AM IST Top 10 Cinema Comments

When Dhanush joined the 1OO-Cr club with Raanjhanaa, we were pretty sure that he is the next-gen actor to proudly look upon. Of course, his following film Maryan might have not performed well in box office, but he carried applause and tremendous appreciation for his spellbinding performance. Now he arrives with a much rural show to impress the down south fans. Produced by Kathiresan and directed by Sargunam, the film stars Nazriya Nazim in female lead with Sriman, Sathyan and Soori in important roles.

The film settles with a much yesteryear stories, much incisively based on a famous Malayalam movie that starred Mohanlal and Shobana in lead roles.

Set in backdrops of Kumbakkonam, the film is about a family of unmarried bachelor brothers - elder one (Sriman), Sathyan followed by young Dhanush. Their parents struggle them to get married and Dhanush in contrast ties the wedding knot with Nazriya. While no one knows about this event, he brings her into his house as a helper for his dad (Pyramid Natarajan) with some plans. But what turns out to be a bizarre is when his elder brothers start eyeing on her.

It's completely disappointing as Sargnunam fails to deliver an engaging show. The story is too stereotypical and the dull writing keeps us distracted throughout the film. One would really wonder what's Dhanush doing in this film. He has no zone to establish his proficiency and so for Nazriya. It's only Sriman who manages to keep you in passable laughter with his portions. While Sathyan tries to tickle our funny bones, Soori does it to a limited extent. The background and scores from Ghibran is so much disappointing. The young musician had kept us awestricken with his maiden debut Vaagai Sooda Vaa and hasn't achieved at least half its spell.


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