Velvet Nagaram Movie Review
Varalaxmi Sarathkumar ,Ramesh Thilak,Prakash Raghavan ,Maalavika Sundar,Santhosh Krishna,Kasthuri Shankar, Arjai
Written and directer – Manojkumar Natarajan,Producer – Arun Karthik,Music – Achu Rajamani,background score -Saran Raghavan,Cinematography – Bagath Kumar,Edite – Raymond Derrich Crasta,Production Company -Makers Studios,PRO – Yuvraaj
Suspenseful about what is going to happen – Is that worked out well with the screenplay and in the story narration!!!“Velvet Nagaram” the title made the audience temptation on the peak, which the unveiling director Manojkumar Natarajan had been compressed the script in the four walls. The story follows with a couple of eccentrics, a journalist Usha Varalaxmi Sarathkumar and her childhood friend Gauri Kasthuri which she has always struggled for the downtrodden people even that she services her whole life for tribal people.In this scenario, Gauri was being murdered in a puzzled manner, Gauri’s death makes Usha to screw up about her demise. At a point, Usha was mistrust on a corporate company and starting to collect the evidence. Unfortun ately, Usha has been locked in tightly with the other scenario and she was helpless. With all calamities Usha found out the culprit and did she safeguard herself.
The first half goes into a distinctive screenplay and in the second half moved out with some other tracks. The director Manojkumar Natarajan starts with one direction and end up with another direction. The story explores with a lot of aggressive scenes, but somewhere pulls down. Obviously, Varalaxmi always hold the films sharply with negative eccentric or in positive role, “Velvet Nagaram” she has been framed by diplomatically, The music director of the film was Achu Rajamani and the background music was given by Saran Raghavan which made efficacious sounds, Bhagath Kumar’s cinematography bewildering visualization for the viewers. Need patience
Velvet Nagaram is a clueless film. Following in the footsteps of V1 Murder Case and Rajavukku Check, it is yet another social message film in the guise of a thriller. At least, V1 was a serviceable thriller. Rajavukku Check might not have entertained, but it did effectively talk about its theme. Velvet Nagaram treats its social message with the depth of a flyer advertising a vacant position for a part-time receptionist.How do you judge a film wh ere nothing ever happens (according to your brain), even though your eyes and ears tell you otherwise? For most of the film, as it restlessly moves around, the camera seems to be mounted on the shoulders of a sparring boxer. It disorients and creates a sense of nausea. This could be interpreted as conveying the chaos of the situation, if only the characters did not just stand around until it is time for them to say their lines.Velvet Nagaram is an action-Thriller movie which is written and directed by Manojkumar Natarajan and produced by Arun Karthik also, the music is given by Achu Rajamani.
The movie is featuring Varalaxmi Sarathkumar and Ramesh Thilak in lead roles. The movie is looking quite amazing and the trailer is showing so much suspense, a thriller in the movie. The movie cast is saying that Aud iences will love the movie because it is based on a real-life incident that will shock everyone.Tamil! Velvet Naga ram Story Based On The Velvet Nagaram is based on a true incident where a journalist begins investigating a for est fire near Kodaikanal as she suspects it was not a natural incident. But as she gets closer to the truth she finds herself getting into more trouble.Positive Points of The Movie The movie has good direction work.The storyline is quite amazing. Editing work is cool.Negative Points of The Movie Leads acting are average in the movie. Cine matography work is quite normal. Music is weak.Well, the movie is good and if you’re free this weekend and wa nt to see a Tamil Action-thriller movie then Velvet Nagaram amazed you in good numbers, in many places lead actors and music disappoints you but you get into the movie because the twists will amaze you in good numbers.
Well, the movie is good and if you’re free this weekend and want to see a Tamil Action-thriller movie then Velvet Nagaram amazed you in good numbers, in many places lead actors and music disappoints you but you get into th e movie because the twists will amaze you in good numbers.The film’s beginning is promising. It is a story about two women batting for hill tribes and standing up against the State and corporates. Journalist Usha (Varalaxmi Sarathkumar) investigates the murder of social activist Gowri (Kasthuri Shankar) in order to expose the corp or ate entity responsible for her death. After a couple of hurried scenes about this, Velvet Nagaram quickly be comes an inane film about an irrelevant hostage situation.Actors often hang about not knowing what to do, and turn inexplicably violent for brief periods before suddenly calming down. Conversations between them get ex cruciatingly boring as they only either talk about what the viewer already knows, or about something that has nothing to do with the situation. Even they seem to want to take their minds off what is happening.
For most of the film, Varalaxmi is on her knees with her hands tied behind her back. She is being held hostage and contributes little to the fight for her freedom. One couldn’t possibly expect a better performance from her in this film, because, clearly, her hands were tied.Like a GIF in loop, the same events keep happening over and over (or so it seems) inside the same house until the film’s runtime is exhausted. Instead of a proper closure, the film abruptly winds it all up by getting most characters to either stab or shoot each other. The beginning of the film barely has anything to do with the climax (which is full of loose ends). The middle is a hostage crisis that has little to do with the either the beginning or end.Right at the end, there is a perfunctory voiceover about the need to preserve our hills and save tribal people. It sounds forced and phony by this point. A thriller is supposed to make a social message (if there has to be one) interesting to the viewer, and not bank on the message to provide all the entertainment.
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Written By- T.H.PRASAD -B4U-Ratting-3 /5