Naachiyaar : Bala delivers a strong message in a different style
Even before you come to a conclusion about Bala’s movie we need to tell you something. This is not a usual dark and hard-hitting film that we usually expect from Bala. Though the film has the realistic approach to this crime thriller, it doesn’t disturb us much. To know more about this flick, read our review below:
|Release date: 16 Feb 2018||Genre: Action, Drama|
|Cast: GV Prakash Kumar, Jyothika, Ivana, Rockline Venkatesh and many others||Written & Director by Bala|
|Music by Ilaiyaraaja||Cinematography Eashwar|
|Edited by Sathish Suriya||Production company B Studios, EON Studios, Madhumathi Films|
|Distributed by Madhumathi Films||Runtime: 100 Minutes|
|Language Tamil||CBFC Rating ‘U/A’|
Jyothika gives an outstanding performance. She plays the role of a bold and short-tempered Cop it atmost perfection.
GV Prakash gives his career best performance.
Newcomer Ivana gives her strong debut.
BGM elevates the scenes. No wonder when its Ilayaraja.
Twists in regular interval keeps us engaging throughout.
Cinematography is good.
This might not go well with all the sections of audience.
Few songs could have been avoided.
The entire cast of this film has given a top notch performance and when it comes to Bala’s do we really need to judge the cast? Because with the perfectionist on the front nothing can go wrong.
Jyothika as a Short-tempered Cop, plays it well. She gets well into the shoes and delivers the best.
GV Prakash has given his career best performance. Be it the romantic portion between him and the lvana or the emotion sequences, he has nailed it.
Newbie Ivana played her role very well. This is undoubtedly her best debut.
This film is technically very good. With maestro Ilayaraja, there is no doubt or a second thought about the quality of the music. The BGM elevates the scenes.
Editing by Sathish Surya is neat and crisp, as the 100mins of this film keeps us intact to the screen without any complaints.
Cinematography by Eshwar needs a special mention as the emotions have been well captured.
The characters are well written and strong and gripping screenplay with a strong message is the biggest plus in this film that helped in keeping the audience attention only on the screen.