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Nesi Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Monday, August 10, 2009 • Tamil ]
Nesi Review
John Babu, Sonia Kumari
Saravana Krishna
J.S. Kannan

Debutant director J S Saravana Krishna has tried his hand at a romantic film that is about a youth who falls for a girl and the way his life takes a turn after he fails in romance.

Produced by J S Kannan, the movie is set in a village in Karaikudi which culminates at Sri Rangam.

Noted choreographer John Babu's son Vikas has made his foray into tinsel town as hero, with Mumbai girl Sonia Kumari in the female lead. Saravana Krishna has tried to picturise the travails of a youth defeated in love. It's indeed a new climax on screen, however with the rest more cliched.

Siva (Vikas) is a mentally retarded person and begs in front of a temple in Sri Rangam. He goes wild after seeing fire in a yagna. A flashback begins. It reveals Siva as a bubbly young youth, who freaks out in the village with his friends. He comes across Anjali (Sonia Kumari), daughter of the local bigwig (Mahadevan).

After initial misunderstandings, romance blossoms between Siva and Anjali. But the girl's father is against their wedding. He arranges for her marriage. Coming to know of it, Siva rescues her and takes her with him. He is chased by henchmen before he enters a burial ground to escape from them. There a sorrow occurs in his life and he loses Anjali.

Vikas doesn't look like an amateur. He has played his part well. He excels in dance sequences. Sonia Kumari fits the best in traditional costumes. Sukumar, Mahadevan and Meera Krishnan are also good. Music by Sirpi is good especially the romantic numbers.

In short, the movie is enjoyable in parts.

Nesi - Naive

Rating: 0 / 5.0

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