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Inimey Nangathan Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Wednesday, September 12, 2007 • Tamil ]
Inimey Nangathan Review

Inimay Nangadhan is the first animated non-mythological movie, with 2K resolution on international standards.

Produced by Sridevi and directed by Venki Baboo, the movie has catchy musical score by Ilayaraja.

An entertainer for people of all age-groups, the movie is a testimony to our technical wizardry. Venky Baboo has rendered an entertainer woven around four prominent characters - Vichu, Varadhu, Vaithi and Govind. He conveys a strong message through this tale which runs for over one and half hour.

Vichu, Varadhu, Vaithi and Govind are four friends and they earn their livelihood doing Kathakalakshepam. They want to become rich and famous. They come across an old lady, who advises them to meet a Swamiji who, she tells them, would help them to become rich overnight. The Swamiji agrees to help them but on one condition -- they should retrieve a holy necklace from Rakshasas who live in a cave.

The four friends set out to the cave where they meet a colorful character from the sea, a gold palace, and of course, the Rakshasas too.

Lured by wealth, the four friends estrange. What happens then forms the crux.

All kudos for producer Sridevi for producing a first ever full-length 3D animation movie in Tamil.  The dubbing to the lead characters by Pandu, Vasu Vikram, M S Baskar and Maran render incredible assistance to the movie. Their voice adds strength to the sequences.

The animation scenes have indeed come out well and are really top-class. The gold palace and the quartet encountering Swamiji in the hills are splendid work on screen.

Ilayaraja's music plays a significant part. Oru Murai Kettal rendered by Ilayaraja is noteworthy. Dialogues by Venky Baboo provide a delightful movie watching experience.

The 96-minute film is a must watch entertainer for children.

Rating: 0 / 5.0

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