Trisha Illana Nayanthara Review
GV Prakash has managed to surprise one and all with his performance in this film. His image suits the role perfectly and the musician turned actor has bettered his performance from his previous flick.
Director Adhik Ravichandran's gutsy attempt deserves a mention. Trisha Illana Nayanthara is one of the boldest films of Tamil cinema, for it reminds you of movies like American Pie and The Hangover.
Overall, Trisha Illana Nayanthara has lived up to its pre-release reputation of being the boldest film of this generation. Also, such an experimental flick in Tamil cinema is a rarity.
Two girls, one guy, and a lot of crass jokes.
Adhik Ravichandran, the director of Trisha Illana Nayanthara, loses little time in establishing that his film is indeed the adolescent-male fantasy that the trailers promised. In the very first scene, set in a train, at night, a girl occupying the top berth invites a boy to share her space.
I loved the character named ‘Sengal’ Psycho — a lunatic who, for no reason, goes around pelting people with bricks. Next time, how about trying an all-out comedy?
GV Prakash Kumar, after a well received Darling, comes back as a young lad with hormonal overflow in Trisha Illana Nayanthara (TIN). Some people listen to their hearts and some to their brains... Trisha Illana Nayanthara is a story of a young lad who is guided by neither, but his testosterones.
GV Prakash seems to get comfortable as an actor with every film. But, for most part of TIN, GV retains a scowl face and distressed attitude. This could go on to become GV’s signature too, because he clearly owns it.
Verdict: GV Prakash plays to the gallery of "virgin pasanga".