Plot & Narration
Bold, carefree adult comedy.
Trisha Illana Nayanthara is a checkmate for youngsters as it reveals the bitter truth which is a hard meal to digest. Overall, the simple message from the director is that if one girl walks away, just cut loose to find something better.
Cast: GV Prakash, Anandhi, Manisha Yadav, VTV Ganesh, Simran & others
Special Appearance: Arya, Priya Anand, Yugi Sethu
Cinematography: Richard M Nathan
Music: GV Prakash
Editing: Anthony L Ruben
PRO: Suresh Chandra
Written & Directed by: Adhik Ravichandran
Produced by: Cameo Films
Distribution: Studio Green
Release Date: 17-09-2015
Run Time: 02:11:00
Trisha Illana Nayanthara is a checkmate for youngsters as it reveals the bitter truth which is a hard meal to digest. Director Adhik Ravichandran turns a new leaf in the Tamil film industry with a youth centred romantic drama which is a bold attempt in a scenario which seeks the family audience. Obviously, the film says a big ‘NO’ for the kids and family.
GV Prakash is the highlight and every frame in the film rolls in and around his character. He happens to open up his story to Somasundaram, a TTR in a quick flashback. GV Prakash is a lucky charm by birth as he gets two girl-friends right from his birth. Anandhi comes in as Ramya, a girl next door and Manisha as Aditi in contrast is a typical ultra-modern pub cultured female. GVP traces his romantic interest with Anandhi and happens to contest with love and lust, virtually ends up breaking up with her. Later, he goes to Manisha and unexpectedly, the same happens with her as well.
Trisha Illana Nayanthara is just a youthful script and if it all you find something missing, it will be a surprise element. GV Prakash reprises his role as Jeeva and living his character with fun. It wouldn’t have been a tough task indeed, either in the school boy character or the youngster role, as he played the happening way. VTV Ganesh and GVP have taken the responsibility for the fun and have made no big blunders. Anandhi’s expressions flow in the right way and Manisha stresses on the glamour, making the first half a fun ride.
GV Prakash after breaking up with Manisha Yadav, moves away from Chennai to Kumbokonam to meet VTV Ganesh and on the way he finds Ananthi, his first love. What he does to impress her with the help of the versatile Simran is relief to the remaining. There is nothing much to complain about the script, as a tough decision by Adhik to break the safest glass in the Tamil industry is a stone to digest.
A Tamil version of Hangover and American Pie might be a tough ask but Trisha Illana Nayathara could claim to be an bold attempt in making. The drawback here, is that there is no strong portion with some hard hitting dialogues on youngsters of this era. VTV Ganesh, Simran, Yugi Sethu and all other casts fit the pot and have not shown emotions or tears for the script as it really didn’t need that.
Priya Anand and Arya float in with cameos which add some shine. Technically, the cinematography by Richard N Nathan impresses with the close ups, while editor Anthony Ruben cuts the reels perfectly. GVP’s music does the trick, in relation with decent BGM.
Dialogues are the second lead, but considering the sentiments of the Tamil audience, an open statement on personal relationships and booze is squirming to watch, as this might turn out to be the biggest drawback for the film. The simple message from the director is that if one girl walks away, just cut loose to find something better.
Trisha Illana Nayanthara Movie Review Rating: 2.75/5
Written by MG Vijayan