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Ninaithu Ninaithu Parthen Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, May 18, 2007 • Tamil ]
Ninaithu Ninaithu Parthen Review
Vikranth, Aashitha, Roja, Karunaas, Rajesh, Malaysia Vasudevan, Nanditha, Mayilsamy
Joshwa Sridhar
Ninaithu Ninaithu Parthen

Debutant director Manikandan seems to have gone his mentor's (Selvaraghavan) way.  He has dished out a romantic entertainer in a serious manner. The movie is about a Tamil youth falling in love with a Pakistani girl.

Vikranth plays a college student who romances a Pakistani girl (played by debutant Aashitha). Portraying a serious role, the actor has come up trumps. Equally appealing is newcomer Aashitha.

Manikandan has got the basics right. He seems to have understood the intricacies involved in doing a movie on sensitive theme. He has not taken any sides but has given a middle man's view.

After a long gap, 'Oru Thalai Ragam' Shankar makes his reentry to silver screen. He plays Vikranth's father. Farhana (Aashitha) reached Chennai for an open-heart surgery for her sister. Dr Cherian, well-known cardiologist, plays himself on the screen. He suggests them to stay for a year in Chennai for treatment.

Hence Farhana decides to join a college. She comes across Adhikesavan (Vikranth). They get acquainted and slowly love blossoms. Meanwhile, an anti-Pakistan gang, take cudgels against Adhi for romancing a Pakistani girl.  Farhana's father (Malaysia Vasudevan) reaches Chennai. A hard core India hater, he comes to know about her daughter's romance. Annoyed, he takes a vow to separate them. Situations force him to join hands with the anti-Pakistan group to separate the lovers. Did they succeed in their attempt or not forms the crux.

The movie begins on a swift note and the fun in college campus is captured well by the director. The action and encounters between the two warring group are picturised well. The dialogues are crisp. Hogging all the limelight in acclaimed cinematographer Madhu Ambat. He has let his lens do all the talking. Equally supportive is Joshua Sridhar's background score.

Vikranth, who is just two-films-old, has come up with a good performance. His dialogue delivery and body language deserves appreciation. Debutante Aashitha has had a promising start to her career. She fits the role well. The rest of the star cast including Roja, Malaysia Vasudevan, Raj Kapoor and Karunaas does their job well. Manikandan deserves a pat for trying out of the box to picturise a movie on romance between a Hindu boy and a Pakistani girl. The movie is refreshingly different among the contemporary commercial masala films.

Had he cut down on the action scenes towards the climax, the end product could have been different.

Rating: 0 / 5.0

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