By: Settu Shankar
Tuesday, June 05, 2007
Nee Naan Nila is a different story with interesting twists and turns but without enough logic. If you have faith in ghosts and its romances, you can watch the film. Instead of spending lot of money on colourful locations and costumes, it would be better if the director spend some time in giving proper shape to this triangular love story.
Bharathan and Ravi are college students studying in the same class but they always behave like arch rivals. They compete each other in everything and this extends to their love too.
Meghna, a beautiful slim looking girl is their classmate and later become a very close friend to Bharathan and Ravi. But both these guys are love with the girl. Bharathan is an innocent boy, but rough in nature. But Ravi is an intelligent and ready to sacrifice everything to his sweetheart. He is always ready to change his habits that irritate girls. This attitude of Ravi impresses Meghna and they fall in love. This brokes the heart of Bharathan and makes him kiss drink.
But unexpectedly, Bharathan meet an accident and lost his life in the first half. But he enters as a ghost in the second half and makes the film more interesting!
Bharathan, Ravi and Meghna are all newcomers but they have done their part well. Karunaas as Ravi's friend succeeded in pricking the laughter veins of the audience. His comedy timing rocks the auditorium and keeps the viewers in good mood.
After the big accident, Meghna is treated in a hospital and Ravi is enters the room without any injuries. This scene confuses the viewers a little but the director then gives enough hint to show that it not Ravi but his ghost. The director has portrayed the climax with a difference but Dina's music is passable.
Production: R Viswanathan
Direction: MPS Sivakumar
Cast: Bharathan, Ravi, Meghna, Ragasiya, Abinayasri, Bhavya Krishnan, Sangeetha, Karunass, Manivannan, Manobala, Muthukalai, Cool Suresh, Vennirai Aadai Moorthi,