Duration & CG
Summary : ESIN is an adventurous comic-thriller tailor-made for kids. Director Guru Ramesh's writing and execution could have been better to make it a wholesome family entertainer.
Cast : Jayam Raja, Maanu, Nitin Sathya, Malavikha Wales, Adhiti, Aakrithi, Akshathy, Aapthi as the Quadruplets, Manobala, Imman Annachi, Siva Sankar & Others.
Cinematography : Sanjay B Loknath
Music : Naga
Editing : VT Vijayan & TS Jai
Direction : Guru Ramesh
Production : AVA Productions
Distribution : RPP Film Factory
Run Time : 01:41:00
Release Date : 27-06-2014
Jayam Raja debut as an actor and Maanu’s return after Kadhal Mannan with Ajith to the big screen probably leave an expectation for Enna Satham Intha Neram. The movie is about an adventure happening in the zoo and life-changing decisions of four people. Jayam raja has promoted himself as an actor and a responsible father of quadruplets who are disabled and Maanu plays a passionate mother with conviction.
Nitin Sathya is a zoo keeper and Malavikha Wales comes in as a teacher for disabled children. Raja and Maanu are seeking a divorce, Nitin Sathya decides to commit suicide for his broken love and Malavikha plans to elope from her house. How these different scenarios culminate and what happens to their decisions forms the core of this adventure flick.
The four children who are deaf make the viewers feel pain while wandering in the zoo completely lost and panic-stricken. Nitin Sathya and Malavikha take the initiative to find them who also find themselves lost in the zoo and the difficulties they undergo is the main part of this adventurous drama. Imman Annachi, Mano Bala and Dance Master Sivasankar have tried enough to provide comic relief but only to fail.
Nitin Sathya has taken up these kinds of roles time and again and it’s high-time he introspects the same. There were many chances for the director to bring in a social message to audience but it goes for a toss and has left the narration pale and pathetic. Good work comes in the form of visuals and the CG. Many options are running across the mind for the title chosen and the needless justification for the title in the climax is quite a let down.
Also, the director doesn’t favor using the disability of the children to provoke the emotions of audience. He has handled that part naturally and it makes you wonder why is that fine thinking misses in the screenplay.
The graphics and CG, though not exceptional, doesn’t make you frown. The technical has managed to do reasonably well in the Zoo scenes. Enna Satham Intha Neram is an adventurous comic-thriller but only for the kids. For a good weekend time at theaters for your kids, this, probably, might work in their favor.
Enna Satham Intha Neram Movie Review: 2.5 /5
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