Nambiar Movie Review
Nambiar Movie – Srikanth is waiting for a hit as his previous releases Om Shanthi Om and Sowkarpettai didn’t go well. The movie plot is really impressive, but whether the execution has created such an impact? Lets see. Srikanth as Ramachandran is preparing for IAS exams, a usual youngster who plays pranks and enjoys always. As all, he is also having both negative and positive shades, but what stands different here is his negative shades takes on the guise of Santhanam, who always misguides Srikanthan and lets him into trouble. Thus the clash between Ramcharan’s good and bad thoughts is all the movie about.
Srikanth has given a comeback with this movie, even after decades he appears with the same charm. He has shown good improvement in acting dance and also action sequences. After a long gap Sunaina has appeared as a female lead. She looks beautiful and has delivered a decent performance. With Santhanam as a part of the film, the expectations about comedy was high but he didn’t fulfill that and in some places it goes annoying. Arya , Parvathy Omanakuttan and Vijay Antony has given a special appearance. The rest of the cast has also done their part well.
M S Prabu’s cinematograph is appreciable. Vivek Harshan has also worked well on editing. Thoongum Penne song on Vijay Antony’s music is good to hear, the rest of the songs are not up to the mark. The BGM of the movie is supportive, it seems he requires concentrate more on music. Director Ganesh is the former assistant director of S S Raja Mauli has done his debut with Nambiar. The director deserves great appreciation for his novel and unique subject, but he has failed to execute that effectively. The movie caries a message that all have negative and positive shades, but the thing is which shade dominates we become that kind of human. The message and the plot of the movie is good but the director must have put in more effort on the screenplay to make it a hit.