Naiyaandi Movie Review

Film: Naiyaandi
Starring: Dhanush,Nazriya Nazim 
Director: A.Sarkunam 
Producer: S.Kathiresan 
Banner: Five Star 
Films Music: M Ghibran

Cinediary is back with Naiyaandi Movie Review releasing on 11th of October worldwide. Dhanush, Nazriya Nazim and Soori starred Naiyaandi is directed by Sargunam in the production of Kathiresan’s Five Star Studios banner.

Chinna Vandu [Dhanush] is the owner of a lamp making shop, who has two unmarried not-so-handsome elder brothers played by Sathyan and Sriman. Chinna Vandu falls in love with Vanaroja [Nazriya Nazim], a BDS student, but afraid to reveal this to his parents and apparently appoints her as employee in his shop. Here comes big twist in Naiyaandi script, when parents of Chinna Vandu plan to kick Vanaroja out of shop. What is the twist? How will Chinna Vandu disclose his marriage issue to family? To know watch Naiyaandi in screens near you…

Performances: Dhanush is unbelievably sidelined in Naiyaandi. The national award winner has no scope to perform neither in the first half nor second.

Nazriya Nazim is a glam doll and grown a little performance wise, yet had to improve her expressions in songs.
Soori steal the show in first half of Naiyaandi, while Sathyan and Sriman did it in the second half of the film.

Supporting cast played by Saranya Ponvannan, Vamsi Krishna, Satish, Lakshmi Ramakrishnan, Ashvin Raja, Pyramid Natrajan, Sabari Ashok, Singampuli and Imman Annachi are at their regular best.

Technical Analysis: National award winner, director Sargunam of Vaagai Sooda Vaa and Kalavani fame has disappointed with his romantic comedy Naiyaandi. 

While script appears to be remake of Malayalam superhit Meleparambil Aanveedu, Sargunam failed to engage audiences with his screenplay. 

Songs composed by M. Ghibran have succeeded in topping charts and well filmed with huge camera works, but placement is not so appropriate. ‘Teddy Bear’ and ‘Ae Le Le Etti Paarthale’ tracks are good to watch on screen. Velraj has shot every frame of Naiyaaandi to perfection, while editing by Raja Mohammed could have been crispier.

Analysis: Dhanush and Nazriya looked superb on screen, while Dhanush is truly wasted and has not many scenes to impose his performance in real. It seems to be director Sargunam’s only motto is to bring down audiences laughs, but in actual many of them even did not smile.

Soori, Imman Anachi, Sriman and Sathya steal the show with witty one-liners and comic acts. Songs and cinematography are added positives of Naiyaandi.

Final Verdict: Unexpected depiction from National Award Winners…

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