Wednesday, December 20, 2006
Nenjirukkum Varai is as stale as yesterday's bread. Not surprisingly this corny romantic bore has been borrowed heavily from Serendipity till interval and the long delay in making shows the film resembles a dust-coated antique.
Ganesan (Narain) is an auto driver who is honest and strives hard to come with life. He leads a happy life with his mother Kalairani and father Thalaivasal Vijay and brother. His life moves smoothly. The unexpected series of acquaintance with Bhuvana (Deepa) make Ganesan and Bhuvana fall in love with each other.
The class problem arises between them. Bhuvana is the only daughter of industrialist Rangasamy Naidu (Mahadevan). Her father is thy other name for Midas. He opposes their love strongly. But in the case of Ganesan's family they accept her. Their marriage is being held in a simple way.
Director has rightly placed an unexpected twist in this scene. Bhuvana is met with an accident and is admitted in the hospital. Immediate heart transplantation becomes the only way to save her life. To do that operation a huge sum is needed. Meanwhile Bhuvana's father tries to get hold of his daughter. In this tight corner situation, what is the step is taken by Ganesan forms the climax of this movie.
The director has done a magnificent job by keeping the audience riveted to their seats and making them wonder till the last few frames how the hero is going to save the heroine. The climax is gripping because of its totally unexpected twists and turns. The background score of Sreekanth Deva perfectly blends with the sequences in the film. The film has been photographed well by Jeevan and crisply edited by Harsha. Hats off to the dialogue writer.
Naren as Ganesan has given a stellar performance and shows much promise. His diction needs improvement, particularly the flavour of Malayalam needs to be removed. Through this film, Naren has shown that he is capable of performing demanding and heavy roles. Deepa is charming and her performance tugs at the heartstrings of the viewers. Kalairani, Thalaivasal Vijay, Nasser, Sreeman, Mahadevan, Sanjeev and Charlie have performed well.
As a minus point, it has to be mentioned that a little more attention should have been paid to sequencing. In spite of this deficiency, the film definitely manages to win the hearts of the audience.
Banner : Baba Films.
Producer : Gordhan Tanwani
Direction : S.A.Chandrasekhar
Music Director : Srikanth Deva
Cast : Narain, Deepa
Date of Release : 15th December, 2006