Naachiyaar Movie Review
Jyothika ,,G. V. Prakash Kumar ,,Ivana ,,Rockline Venkatesh etc.
Directer -Bala,,Producer – Bala,,Writter – Bala,,Music – Ilayaraja,,Cinematography – Eshwar ,,Editer-Sathish Suriya,, Production Company – B Studios,EON Studios,,Distributer – Madhumathii Films etc,,PRO – Nikkil etc.
The wrench in the mid of the movie, which is reckoned construes into the film. The actress who has in rigid cop’s visual aspect which was invoked. Jyothika has brought out, at bravery posture as the heroes possibilities satiated towards the vehement. The flick explores about a young girl was abused and the patrol revealed the true statement, whom after the girl’s boyfriend was charged.The Naachiyaar is Bala’s firmest content and he links up along with GV Prakash, the director Bala had given many tempestuous climax. The songs were composed by Ilaiyaraaja, which was both aiding and cramps in the picture.The film “Naachiyaar” hits out on screen after a couple of years, as the director Bala’s content, the audience looks at both the keenness and confounding.
A first attempt for Jyothika as in the “36 Vayadhinile” she had been depicted in soft nature and in the second attempt exaggerated as a brave lady in the position of ACP Naachiyaar, she sparkles in every sequel by her actions. In the opening, Kaathavarayan (G. V. Prakash Kumar), who works in a catering service as an assistant boy and the girl Arasi (Ivana) was a hapless servant in a house. The both piteous young ones fall in love with each other.In this circumstance, the minor girl was getting pregnant and the cops were esteemed, this critical situation was made by Kaathavarayan and they are forcing him in a jail. Now, Naachiyaar stepping in to investigate the case. Once there was mismatching in the DNA report, the story boost up in a stronger level. Arasi was stiff enough about, she is carrying Kaathavarayan’s child.
Naachiyaar, plan to investigate towards Arasi’s uncle, once the probe moves harder, Naachiyaar was getting hit from all sides and she was in the position of losing her job. In all these situations, Naachiyaar sustain her job or she revenges the culprit is the story. The director loops into Naachiyaar’s solid decision making in the climax and the girl join with Kaathavarayan and he comes out from the faux consequence is the final touch.Bala’s films have natural stuffs that can be observed in the sequel of Kaathavarayan was hit with tough times.Jyothika’s extraordinary eccentric, which was grieving of any emotion when she express with higher authorities. The music director Ilayaraja support towards the screenplay, and in the editing was about average
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Bala is a director who likes to take the road less travelled and makes realistic, dark and brooding films within the commercial format but with lot of blood and gore. His films have been criticised in the past for its long running time, gory themes and trademark sad endings, which leave you in a disturbed state of mind.Now, for the first time, Bala has changed tracks with Naachiyaar, which is crisp (Run Time: 100 minutes) and has a positive ending.Naachiyaar (Jyothika) is a tough as nails ACP who uses third degree methods to get confessions from criminals and also uses cuss words (muted by the censors). One of her superiors says that she is ‘rowdy’ police. At the same time she is soft from the inside, a family woman who cannot tolerate injustice and has an understanding husband, who is a gynaecologist, and a loving family.
One day she comes across a minor girl Arasi (Ivana) working as a maid servant, who is supposed to have been “raped” by a vagabond slum dweller Kaathu (GV Prakash) and is now pregnant. Another police officer Feroze (Rockline Venkatesh) and his team nab Kaathu, who tells them that Arasi is his lover. Naachiyaar asks the court to be lenient in the case as it involves a pregnant minor and also sends Kaathu to a juvenile home. Naachiyaar who was planning to take a holiday with her family, cancels her leave and takes up the cause of Arasi. Her investigations open up a Pandora’s Box, as it is not an open and shut case as made out to be.
The plot is wafer thin, but being a film with a running time of 100 minutes has its advantage: it’s racy and keep you hooked till the end. This time Bala has seen to it that audiences will not ask too many questions, though some of the plot twists and the way a lady police officer is portrayed is baffling.Jyothika, who has done goody-goody roles so far, is riveting in the title role as the foul-mouthed cop who uses third degree methods to get confessions out of criminals and at the same time plays the loving homemaker. Her character will make you cringe but is the surprise package in the film.GV Prakash, popularly known as the ‘virgin boy’ who has been churning out run-of-the-mill romantic comedies, has turned the tables.
He has done a very difficult role so convincingly, especially in the first half. He is able to bring out the nuances and the fears that inhabit the character so well.In Bala’s last outing his regular music director, the maestro Ilayaraja, won a national award (Tharai Thappattai). In Naachiyaar, his background score enriches the film. There is only one short song in the background which is more of a narrative. There are, however, flaws in the film: like making Jyothika’s cop character do what super heroes does to bad guys in the climax, and create a halo around her invincibility.n the whole, Bala should be appreciated for making a gutsy and racy film in Naachiyaar, which leaves you in a happy state of mind at the end.
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Written By- T.H.PRASAD -B4U-Ratting-3/5