Koditta Idangalai Nirappuga Trailer Review

Simple yet attention grabbing as usual in the same pattern of Parthiban movies

Features 3-Dec-2016 10:19 AM IST RM Comments

When you associate a film with the word ‘Parthiban’ it would definitely give a clear impression that be it a role that he is playing or the film that he makes, it would precisely offer something fresh and unconventional. It was so much illustrious with his previous directorial ‘Kathai Thiraikathai Vasanam Iyakkam’.

With his upcoming film ‘Koditta Idangalai Nirappuga’ getting ready for release shortly, the theatrical trailer has been unveiled last evening. To start off with the analysis, more than star values and screen presence, it’s the theme that is intriguing, especially when it has a writer like Radhakrishnan Parthiban. Although Shanthanu and Parvathy Nair are middling star-values, it gradually has some impact for it includes usual pattern of Parthiban’s trademark romance and humour, but that comes with a twist. When you can feel the twist itself compelling in a 1mins30sec trailer, it is obvious that there would be something more upon the screens.

One more appreciable part about the film’s trailer is the background score that goes through different transitions from mild guitar strokes to the fast beat percussions by the end.

There are quite some excitements to see the name Prabhu Deva under choreography and one cannot wait to see him choreograph after a long time. Apparently, the creative quotients used by Parthiban in leaving blank few letter with the underline signifies the clarity of title and film’s theme ‘Koditta Idangalai Nirappuga’.

The dialogues by Simran about a perfume bottle opened up and the fragrance that would be spreading out gives an assumption whether it would be something about the protagonist trying to escape from the problem, but she has these words to tell that it would follow him, where he goes.

Verdict : Simple yet attention grabbing as usual in the same pattern of Parthiban movies.

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