Nimir : Slow-Paced but keep you intact on the screen
Starring Udhayanidhi Stalin, this is the first time the actor is collaborating with the renounced Director Priyadarshan. Set up in the rural backdrop this movie is sure to offer you something different. To know more about this flick, read our review below:
- Udhayanidhi has given a good performance.
- Mahendran as Udhayanidhi’s father had done a neat job.
- Namitha Pramod gives her best.
- Music by Ajaneesh Loknath and Darbuka Siva is good and goes in par with the film.
- Cinematography is good.
- A bit slow
- Parvathy Nair’s character could have been written well and few scenes looked unnecessary.
The entire cast of this film has done a good job. The characters have been well written. Udhayanidhi’s role in this flick suits well and he has done justice to the same. Samuthirakani’s extended cameo is good and as usual, he has done his role perfectly. Namitha Pramod gets a good intro and her role in this film is well written and she has done it with utmost perfection. Her expressions and dialogue delivery are perfect. Parvathy Nair looks good and she delivers a good performance. Mahendran as Udhayanidhi’s father gives a neat performance. Karunakaran and MS Bhaskar add humor quotient to this film and they also ensured that they keep the audience entertained.
This film is technically good. Cinematography is colorful and vibrant and the credits goes to NK Ekambaram.
Songs by Ajaneesh Loknath and Darbuka Siva is good and it has been placed well.
The comedy portions are written well. Priyadarshan has ensured that no stone is left unturned. He has ensured that the audience is kept intact to the screens. The director has also ensured that the characters are well established.
The dialogues are well written and the BGM enhances the scenes. Editing is neat.