Yagavarayinum Naa Kaakka Movie Review
– A Mix of Friendship and Action
For a first time director, Sathya Prabhas has come with a decent script inspired by a real life incident and Aadhi ably handles the subject with his neat presence. The movie is technically strong and has a good storyline but the only problem is that the makers have tried to mix the best of everything into the same flick.
|Release date: 26 June 2015||Genre: Action, Crime, Thriller|
|Cast: Aadhi, Nikki Galrani, Mithun Chakraborty, Nassar, Pasupathy and many others||Director: Sathya Prabhas Pinisetty|
|Writter: Sathya Prabhas Pinisetty||Music: Prasan Praveen Shyam|
|Cinematography: Shanmugasundaram||Editer: VJ Sabu Joseph|
|Production company: Adharsha Chitralaya||Distributed by: Global United Media|
|Language: Tamil||CBFC Rating: U/A|
- • Aadhi's natural acting style
- • Nikki Galrani performs well and thankfully lip syncs better than many other heroines
- • Editing and action sequences
- • A whole lot of cast members
- • Second half
- • Too much run time that spoils most Tamil movies including this one
- • Lack of focus in theme by being too light and violent at the same time
- • Once again, unwanted songs in all the wrong places
The main plotline of the movie is actually in the second half while the first half of 'Yagavarayinum Naa Kaakka' moves at a slow pace introducing the characters and the friendly bond they share. It's all about a guy and his inability to control his speech that leads to bad consequences.The Cast
Aadhi is easily at his best. Even though, it's not a strong role like 'Aaravaan'it gives him enough scope to perform. He is amply supported by a good looking and sensible heroine Nikki Galrani. The supporting cast is a huge plus for the film including Nasser, Naren, Kitty among many others.The Team
Director Sathya Prabhas has served a decent action movie but if he could have made it more tight with slick editing, cut the songs and focused less on friendship, it would have been a much better venture.It is an average watch, nonetheless!
Bottom line – You might enjoy the second half if you overlook the flaws.
Certified Fresh – Yes!
Stars – 3.5/5