If you just broke up with your girlfriend and is extremely mad at her, the latest G V Prakash Kumar film Trisha Illana Nayanathara “may” help you in releasing the frustration. That isn’t a compliment for the film btw, the movie is extremely stupid and is slightly more than what you call as nonsense. Written as if the director was dumped by every single girl he met, Trisha Illana Nayanthara is a decayed comedy that comes from a perverted, orthodox thought.
Jeeva, Adithi and Ramya were born on the same day at the same hospital and from childhood onwards they were close. Teenage started to play with their emotions and in the absence of Adithi, Jeeva kind of fell in love with Ramya. That was just the beginning of the love shuttling. The movie just shows us three phases of Jeeva’s seek for lust (I wont say love).
I really don’t know what the director wants to convey through this story. The censor board has given A certificate to the movie and I strongly believe it is because of the attitude of the hero. The vulgarity shown in this film isn’t greater than that of other Tamil commercial port boilers. The main characters of the movie are so irritating in terms of attitude; you might even slap them if you happened to see him outside the cinema hall. The usual sloppy track comedy is there which sadly doesn’t work at all. It is a typical Tamil comedy and looking for sense is a crime, but still TIN tests our patience by presenting characters in the most annoying way.
G V Prakash Kumar, now titled as Darling G V Prakash Kumar bores you with that expression as if the municipality cleaning vehicle just went past him. Anandhi was okay. Manisha Yadav was pathetic. I don’t have any clue what Simran was doing there and VTV Ganesh does his usual style comedy which occasionally works.
Adhik Ravichandran who has written and directed the whole movie doesn’t seem to have a clear agenda about what he wants to say through the film. Maximum amount of female bitching is there and there is this orthodox mentality that stands out in most of the funny outbursts of the hero. The jokes don’t work and all you can see is characters filled with just lust. Screenplay just focuses on keeping the hero occupied with any of the girls and uses illogical ideas to create relationships. Nothing much to be mentioned about cinematography or edits. Music was somewhat okay from GV.
To sum it up, Trisha Illana Nayanthara is a flawed comedy that irritates you for most of the time. The rating for the film is 1.5/5. I heard some people calling it a sex comedy. Yes it’s a rotten comedy where the hero is only thinking about sex.
Trisha Illana Nayanthara is a flawed comedy that irritates you for most of the time. I heard some people calling it a sex comedy. Yes it’s a rotten comedy where the hero is only thinking about sex.
Green: Recommended Content
Orange: The In-Between Ones
Red: Not Recommended