Production: Cameo Films – CJ Jayakumar
Cast: Anandhi, GV Prakash, Manisha Yadav, VTV Ganesh
Direction: Aadhik Ravichandaran
Screenplay: Aadhik Ravichandaran
Story: Aadhik Ravichandaran
Music: GV Prakash
Cinematography: Richard M. Nathan
Trisha Illana Nayanthara is an juvenile venture as the trailers vow.
kollywood is all about trends to a certain type of movies – it always has been. Gangster films, horror flicks, superheroes, Thrillers, etc. but Trisha illana Nayanthara touted as adult comedy. Adhik Ravichandran, the director of Trisha Illana Nayanthara creates a enliven entertainer with attaching stripling -male story and romantic elements into it, following Darling G.V. Prakash Kumar is back as a lucky-young guy by getting two chicks since childhood.. Trisha Illana Nayanthara is a Story of a teenager who failed to consolidate the relationships by neither
the basic plot is an pep idea yet even we have seen these type of movies before, G.V. Prakash Kumar Casting as Jeeva.. Anandhi plays as ramya , Manisha comes in as (aditi) Neighbor hottie.. GVP gets his first love interest as anandhi while aditi went to banglore .. with hormonal overflow GVP realizes he has an love fascinate for anandhi seeking time to express then one day manifest her feelings by writing behind his shirt.. which led up to progress the formula love and lust.. after a bonny night he shared what’s going on between him and Anandhi with his best friend which is a point that spreads before taking a while towards whole school. then she decided to stay away from chennai and as well from GVP, after being dumped by ramya .. he suddenly received a pragamtic call from aditi by saying she is in love with him.. the puzzle continues the drama with agile screenplay..
when it comes to performances G.V. Prakash Kumar is genuinely charming from the start. Likeable leading young lad, comic one liners and dance steps makes a great impression .. soon to be a fully-blown comfortable actor but badly needs to content the family audience with upcoming flicks.. Anandhiis glide with the duration .. which is something that this material demanded .. Manisha seems okay but failed to stand out in some scenes but she carries the part quite well if not elevating it. VTV Ganeshhas provide the majority of the laughs.. energizing the film and giving the film a lively pace with his laugh-out-loud lines .. Simran comes in with haunting screen presence but the role felt unfit to the plot in many scenes .. There’s even a scientist (Yugi Sethu) with attaching to simran’s story and he is researching for a formula (foamless beer) . It also has star cast of Arya, Priya Anand make guest appearances in the movie.
G.V. Prakash Kumar has composed heap absorbing tracks, ” Bittu Padam Di ” is an instant chartbuster which make audience to go wild. and Richard M.Nathan’s Cinematography is commendable. which turned out to be a real strength of the flick keeping the viewers engage throughout the movie.
Trisha Illana Nayanthara will click through youth fan base but it’s not an overstatement to say it will barely find the triumphant- attention with everyone. story taking too much time for the focus on subplot where Jeeva tries to prove he truly in love with Ramya. and that’s not a slick catch at all. There’s a lot of double meaning liners, which is pretty standard in comedies these days, but it could put some people off. But the funny lines throughout the movie make up for that. and The other issue I had with the movie was some plot holes and uncommon adult moments but Until then, there’s plenty to enjoy.
Ultimately, Although the narrative is sound and somewhat sustainable, this movie definitely provide some laughs. The screenplay does pose some interesting thoughts. at all honesty the film doesn’t bring anything new to the table, it’s a mixture of previously done ideas and recycled plots. Still it was quite entertaining in parts. but this movie will struggle to get everyone’s attention. Trisha Illana Nayanthara is about what you’d expect from a film with that title and trailer and a flick that only limited audience can enjoy!
Written By: Thuwan Haroon