Trisha Illana Nayanthara Tamil Movie Review
‘A’ class entertainer
G V Prakash Kumar shares his birthday with two beautiful girls (Ananthi and Manisha Yadav) in the area. Soon, he falls for one of them (Ananthi), but the relationship ends up in breakup as she finds it hard with his open nature.
Obviously, the protagonist’s focus now shifts on the other (Manisha Yadav), but this time, he is in for shock as he finds her too hot to handle, courtesy her modernity and outlook towards life.
So what he decides now? Did he brokers peace with one of them or finds a third girl who fits to his nature or takes some other decision? The answer lies in Trisha Illana Nayanthara.
After a break, we get to see a S J Surya, Simbu type of movie. Though there are loads of double meaning dialogues and bold scenes, we must say director Adhik Ravichandran has made a gutsy debut with this flick.
For GVP, the music composer who turned an actor with Darling, Trisha Illana Nayanthara is relatively easy. While he looks convincing in his role as Chennai guy and delivers goods too, he still needs to improve.
Ananthi shows a total transformation when compared to Kayal and Sandhi Veeran, while Manisha Yadav makes us taste the thunder with a bold character and performance.
Prakash scores as music composer too, especially in background score, and Richard M Nathan’s cinematography is colourful and catchy.
The first half fails to hold much attention and it is also draggy at places. But the second half compensates for the loss. In all, Trisha Illana Nayanthara is for those who who would love to watch such ‘A’ class entertainers.
Director: Adhik Ravichandran
Music: G. V. Prakash Kumar
Cast: G. V. Prakash Kumar, Anandhi, Manisha Yadav, Simran, VTV Ganesh
Pro: Suresh Chandra