After being part of quite a few successful movies, Jai is back with Thirumanam Enum (Ennum) Nikkah. His last few movies starting from Engaeyum Eppothum to his recent Vadacurry have made good business at Box Office.
Jai and Nazriya are brahmins change their identities and board a train. Both of they have their reasons to change.A villain's entry brings them together and the plot of their love story opens up.
Verdict: Thirumanam Enum Nikkah has a decent story but bad screenplay plays the spoilsport.
Situations force Vaishnavaites Vijay Raghav Chari (Jai) and Vishnu Priya (Nazriya) to assume identities of Muslims – Abubaker and Ayesha, respectively.
TEN is filled with interesting rituals of the Tamil Iyengar community in the first half, and of the Muslim community in the second half. Loganathan's camera, and the art department deserve special mention for the authentic presentation.
Verdict: An interesting plot with good performances and Ghibran's soulful music that falls short.
The movie has Jai and Nazriya as the spearheads and the other supporting characters are hardly known faces. Jai as the coolheaded chap is way too casual at times, which works against the movie.
There is nothing much that works in the movie, except Ghibran's music. This movie yet again proves that every good movie starts with a watertight script, which this movie unfortunately does not have.