Trisha Illana Nayanthara Reviewby MyMazaa.com
Trisha Illana Nayanthara Plot:
GV Prakash is one lucky chap as he shares his birthday with two girls, born in the same area. They all celebrate their birthday together and grow up in each other's company. Eventually, GV Prakash falls in love with one of the girls, played by Anandhi. But thanks to GV Prakash's lecherous nature and his inability to keep his secrets within himself, Anandhi breaks up with him. Following the break up, his attention turns toward the other girl, played by Manisha Yadav, who is exactly opposite to his first girlfriend. As it turns out, GV Prakash finds her modernity too hot to handle, which leads to their break up. Whom the film's protagonist finally ends up with forms the rest of the story which has been narrated with loads of adult comedy that might leave you covering your face, should you decide to watch this entertainer with your family.
GV Prakash has managed to surprise one and all with his performance in this film. His image suits the role perfectly and the musician turned actor has bettered his performance from his previous flick. While Manisha Yadav looks slightly unconvincing, Anandhi might've already proved a point by choosing a script like Trisha Illana Nayanthara and the girl's performance looks pretty natural as well.
Director Adhik Ravichandran's gutsy attempt deserves a mention. Trisha Illana Nayanthara is one of the boldest films of Tamil cinema, for it reminds you of movies like American Pie and The Hangover. Having said that, this film suffers when it comes to its screenplay. The first half is draggy at places and might make you glance at your watch a couple of times. What works throughout is the movie's intrepid dialogues. While GV Prakash's background score is catchy enough to keep you interested, Richard M Nathan's cinematography is as colorful as it can get. In fact, it's too much to handle at places.
Overall, Trisha Illana Nayanthara has lived up to its pre-release reputation of being the boldest film of this generation. Also, such an experimental flick in Tamil cinema is a rarity.