Manja Pai Review
Sargunam's former associate Naveen Raghavan is making his directorial debut with Manja Pai. It has NR Raghunanthan's music and Masani's cinematography with Deva's editing. There is a decent hype for the movie as it is made by N Lingusamy's banner Thirupathi Brothers.
Manja Pai tells the story of a grandfather and grandchild played by Rajkiran and Vimal. The story is told with lots of sentimental scenes. The grandpa comes to Chennai to his grandson's house, who is working in an IT company.
Verdict: Watch Manjapai to enjoy the performance of Rajkiran.
The movie opens in a village with a song that depicts the close bond shared between a grandfather Venkatasamy (Raj Kiran) and his grandchild Tamizh who loses his parents in an accident.
Fast forward 25 years, now Tamizh (Vemal) is an IT professional in the city enjoying an upper class life style.
The movie is watchable for its clean content and sincere effort by debutant director Raghavan which is backed by director Lingusamy’s home banner Thirrupathi Brothers and Sargunam Cinemas.