Nimirndhu Nil Tamil Movie Review





Film: Nimirndhu Nil
Starring: Jayam Ravi,Amala Paul,Sarath Kumar
Director: P. Samuthirakani
Producer: K. S. Sreenivasan, K.S. Sivaraman
Banner: Vasan Visual Ventures
Music: GV Prakash Kumar.

cinediary exclusively presents Nimirndhu Nil Movie Review. Jayam Ravi plays dual roles in Nimrndhu Nil opposite Amala Paul and Ragini Dwivedi in the direction of Samuthirakani.

Story:

Nimirnthu Nil is the story of Aravindan Sivaswamy [Jayam Ravi], who is brought up in an orphanage and had no idea about the outside world that revolves around corruption. Actual plot starts when Aravind files complaints against a corrupt traffic constable, a pick-pocketer, group of corrupt policemen and a highly corrupted judge, by whom he was affected, starts an anti corruption force and publicize in media. In the quest of revenge, policemen start threatening Aravindan, which turns to be a life and death problem for him. Eventually, Aravind sketches a secret plot against 147 government officials with the help of an honest lawyer and powerful media. How will Aravindan Sivaswamy win his crest over the corruption in the society forms the crux of Nimirndhu Nil…

Performances:

Jayam Ravi steals the show in both the tailor-made characters, as 'Mr perfect' Aravindan and as a ‘cunning crooked fox’. He carried the movie with ease in his performance in addition to Samuthirakani's dialogues and his hard-work for the stunt sequences paid off.

As in every other film, Soori excels with his sarcastic comments but on the corrupt system, which evoked few laughter. Vijay TV anchor Gopinath has made a descent debut, his performance is facilitate on the film's front.

Amala Paul has done a meaty role. Sarathkumar's cameo as a CBI officer is impressive.

Technical Analysis:

Samuthirakani lacks with a fresh script, as Nimirndhu Nil revolves around corruption. The director who is known for characterizations and narrating never discussed social messages with well packed entertainers like Nadodigal and Porali, just managed to keep audiences hooked with his dialogues and performances.

GV Prakash Kumar composed NN album is entertaining, but failed to gel with the plot, hence acted as speed breakers.

Analysis:

'Corruption' is a tried-and-tested formula in Tamil cinema and Samuthirakani's Nimirnthu Nil is similar to those as Sivaji Ganesan’s Parasakthi, Shankar directed Vikram's Anniyan or Rajinikanth’s Sivaji. Only difference is the reliable presentation and dialogues by Samuthirakani.

Thought provoking questions by Gopinath and sarcastic comments by Soori are highlights in the movie. At the same time director has to be lauded for bringing out various performances such as bold and innocent, attentive and guileful man from Jayam Ravi.

Nimirndhu Nil first half is engaging compared to the second half that is stuffed with unwanted commercial elements including three songs.

Final Verdict: One more One-man mission against corruption...
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