Trisha Illana Nayanthara Movie Review
– Lot of Drinks and Very Less Comedy
GV Prakash Kumar made a decent entry with a horror movie 'Darling'. While is next one 'Trisha Illana Nayanthara' is supposed to be an adult comedy meant for youngsters, there are very few comical moments in it and hardly anything that could be considered as a storyline. Director Adhik Ravichandran tried to balance between a Hollywood styled college movie and a local glamor fest but doesn't deliver.
|Release date: 17 September 2015||Genre: Drama, Romantic Comedy|
|Cast: G. V. Prakash Kumar, Anandhi, Manisha Yadav, Simran, VTV Ganesh, Arya, Priya Anand, Yugi Sethu and many others||Director: Adhik Ravichandran|
|Music Director: G. V. Prakash Kumar||Cinematography: Richard M. Nathan|
|Editor: Anthony L. Ruben||Art director: Umesh J Kumar|
|Production Company: Cameo Films India||Distributed by: Studio Green|
|Running time: 131 Minutes||CBFC Rating: 'A'|
- • GV Prakash can sync in the role of an everyday youngster
- • Manisha as the glam doll while Anandhi in a next door girl looks
- • Two songs, Bittu Padam and Mutham Kodutha are memorable
- • Uncensored jokes that match with the movie's theme
- • A wanna be American Pie that failed miserably with poor characterization
- • Too much of drinks that add no value to the script or the hero
- • Screenplay is in bits and parts with no sync between one scene and another
- • Simran in a no-good role
- • An insanely annoying first 15 minutes with a flashback
GV Prakash is born along with Manisha Yadav and Anandhi on the same day. He's like any average guy, trying to love a girl and make love to her. However, he couldn't cross second base and lose Anandhi after which he loves Manisha then comes back to his first love but there's again a twist in the climax.The Cast
GV Prakash is not a great actor but he is good at emoting the feel of a young guy who's unsuccessful in love all the time. However, he comes across as a confused guy who wants to control women like a chauvinist. Manisha Yadav is purely for showing off while Anandhi fits in the bill of a girl guys would like to date with. There's Simran, Yugi Sethu, VTV Ganesh and more characters but they are more of props.The Team
Director Adhik Ravichandran should be praised for choosing an adult script with plenty of double meaning dialogs, bad words and sexy scenes. However, 'Trisha Illana Nayanthara' never develops on the characters. It's neither a romantic movie nor an entertaining youth flick. Music by GV is good in a couple of songs but that's it. Spending so much on sets is unwanted. There was supposed to be great adult comedy as we see in many English flicks but it's missing and letdown by a bad screenplay combined with confused characters.
Bottom line – Not good for family audience, not good enough for youngsters
Certified Fresh – Yes!
Stars – 3/5