Naan Sirithal Movie Review

Naan Sirithal Movie Review

Cast-;

Hiphop Tamizha Aadhi ,Iswarya Menon ,K. S. Ravikumar ,Badava Gopi,Sujatha Sivakumar  ,Sha Ra  ,Munishkan th  ,Ravi Mariya  ,D. R. K. Kiran  ,G. Marimuthu ,Pandiarajan ,Eruma Saani Vijay  ,Arul D. Shankar ,Put Chutney Raj moha n  ,Yogi Babu  ,Maria Juliana ,VJ Aashiq  ,Sathya Kumaran  ETC. 

Crew-;

Directer- Raana,Producer –  Sundar C.,N. Manivannan,Writter – Raana ,Based on Keka Beka Keka Beka, 
Music – Hiphop Tamizha,Cinematography  – Vanchinathan,Editer – Sreejith Sarang ,Production company
Avni Movies ,Distributer – Rock Fort Entertainment etc.

Story-;

This movie is Based on A man who suffers from a condition where he laughs uncontrollably under stressful con ditions and it causes a lot of trouble for him until he seeks a strong solution for it. The movie is slated for its th eatrical release on 14 February 2020, the movie is arriving with so much competition as it is releasing along side various movies that are coinciding with Valentine’s day. The movie is predicated on Keka Beka Keka Beka a brief film by Raana. Naan Sirithal is a comedy movie with good expectations as the movie has received a good respo nse from the critics. The songs of the movie are also getting a decent response from the listeners.

Raana, who worked as an assistant to noted director Shankar, had shown the short film to superstar Rajinikanth, who raved about it, and motivated him to make it into a feature film. However, Naan Sirithal lacks the freshness and the punch of Aadhi’s earlier films. The plot is a predictable mix of romance, friendship, emotions, and come dy, laced with preachy messaging.One of Tamil cinema’s favourite subjects is about the ‘hero’ suffering from a rare disorder, that leads to twists and turns in the narrative. Here, our hero, named Gandhi (Adhi) aptly, is a non-violent do-gooder, who always lends a helping hand to those in trouble. Gandhi’s life revolves around his work, family of loving parents, and his lady love Ankita (Iswarya Menon).

However, he suffers from ‘nervous laughter’ or its medical condition pseudobulbar affect. In other words, he bursts out laughing during emotional moments of stress, which creates havoc in his life. He loses his job and girlfriend, and gets drawn into a turf battle between two deadly gangsters Dilli Babu (KS Ravikumar) and Sakkarai Das (Ravi Mariya). The entire film operates on this wafer-thin plotline of the hero suffering from nervous laughter, which initially works but later, becomes tiring. And the subplot about the villain’s confro ntation with the hero over mistaken identity makes it even more contrived. The trouble with Raana’s script is that as a short film, it may have worked but as a feature film, it just does not have the stuff to keep the audience engaged for a little over two hours.

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Movie Review-;

Tamil movie Naan Sirithal is released today at the box office. The movie is good and the buzz is positive for it. We are going to give you an overview of this film as it is good. Tamil movie Naan Sirithal is receiving great reviews from the critics and the word of mouth will decide the faith of this film. We are expecting that Tamil movie Naan Sirithal is going to stand out at the box office. The film is strong and the storyline seems strong in the movie. You must know that the movie Naan Sirithal is a Tamil movie which is written and directed by Raana in his directorial debut. The movie is following the big release like Meesaya Murukku. Also, the music in the movie is produced by Sundar C. The movie is featuring Hip-hop Tamizha and Iswarya Menon in the main leading roles also K. S. Ravik umar is playing the villain role in the movie. Also, we have seen Badava Gopi, Eruma Saani Vijay is playing n the supporting role.Musician-actor ‘Hiphop Tamizha’ Adhi’s Naan Sirithal, directed by Raana, releases this Valentin e’s Day, and he says that unlike his previous films Meesaya Murukku and Natpe Thunai, this one pushed him as an actor.

While he’s been composing music for several films, including the recent Action, Mr. Local and Imaikkaa Nodigal, Adhi says he would like to take a break and focus on an independent hip-hop album. And, someday, he hopes to create a platform for hip-hop music in South India. Excerpts from a conversation… Natpe Thunai Was A Lot Of Physical Pain, Naan Sirithal Was Mental Pain Hiphop Tamizha Adhi. It was your dream to become an independ ent music artiste. Was acting ever a part of your dream? I won’t say I never dreamt of it. As an artiste, you want to become like Michael Jackson. Maybe, I didn’t want to be an actor specifically, but yes, I wanted to become a star. Maybe, from Naan Sirithal. In Meesaya Murukku, I was more Adhi than an actor. That was the case even in Natpe Thunai. The roles were similar to how I was in real life. But Naan Sirithal is a completely different ballg ame. I am a different person in the film. You won’t see shades of my real personality. I play a character called Gandhi. It is the first time I had to endure the mental pain of syncing with a character, and being a completely different person in front of the camera. I found that difficult, sometimes, but I began to enjoy the process. I think I am a quick learner.

I have a hunger for learning new things. Right now, I have a hunger for acting. Naan Sirithal is very entertaining. In the first half, you will laugh with my character. In the second half, whenever he laughs, you will have mixed emotions. I had a very tough time getting into the character’s shoes, and coming back to real life after the shoot. But, it was fine once I figured out the process.‘Natpe Thunai’ Was A Lot Of Physical Pain, ‘Naan Sirithal’ Was Mental Pain: Hiphop Tamizha AdhiA scene from Meesaya Murukku Has your acting career affected the amount of time you devote to music?Not at all. I don’t look at music as a job. It remains my passion, my dream. Once I was living my dream, I took a call that music doesn’t have to be my job too. It’s the same with acting. I do only one movie a year, when I can actually do three or four. It’s because I travel along with the movie. My philosophy is very simple: whatever you do, put everything you’ve got into it. Success and failure is a part of the process, and does not eventually matter. Give it your 100%. For Natpe Thunai, I wanted to learn hockey. I could have just acted as a hockey player. But, I wanted to learn the game. I am here because of the love of my fans and friends.

I want to repay their love with sincerity. If I am a hockey player, I need to look convincing on screen. I cannot cheat those who have given me so much love. So, I wanted to learn hockey, which was a four-month-long process. Before we began to shoot Naan Sirithal, I spent a month-and-a-half with the director to learn about the character. This preparation is what I believe in. I am working on an independent hip-hop album next. My well-wishers tell me I am foolish, especially from a financial perspective, to do this after having acted in three films… but that is who I am. I started out as an independent artiste. Some people want me to at least do film music. But, independent music is music too. I want to take a break, work on an album, and then come back to making film music.That was true until I did Meesaya Murukku, after which I felt like I got the steering wheel back in my hands. If you take Natpe Thunai, it has three full-length rap songs in the soundtrack. Even the work I did with Anirudh was only for a filler. This is changing now. In Naan Sirithal, there are a few bars of rap in the song ‘Thom Thom’. But what I really want to do is proper hip-hop. I want to do something for the hip-hop scene in South India.Being an actor has its perks.

If you ask someone from Madurai if they know what ‘hip-hop’ is, they might identify it with a person, not a genre. If you look at my old interviews, I would have hoped that I would be able to someday do a complete rap song in a film. That has already happened. I believe there will come a day when independent music will be a parallel industry.How much of the credit for your success will go to the Internet? Also, you’ve been introducing several people from YouTube in acting…When I started rapping for college audiences, there was no YouTube. In 2006, I created an account, but had to tell people that there was something called YouTube where they could watch me perform. Videos weren’t even monetised back then. We got money only through shows. But, over time, YouTube offered us a platform and we were able to get some revenue from it. When I see youngsters stuck in the same place I was in 10 years ago, I want to give them a platform. Many of them are more talented than I am. This is how I see it — I have a car that is under my control and it’s going somewhere. Why should it go without passengers? I make sure everyone has room in the car, we all drive together, have fun along the way, and reach the destination together.

This IS MY Personal Review So Please Go And Watch The Movie In Theaters Only

Written By- T.H.PRASAD -B4U-Ratting-3 /5