Naan Sirithal Movie Review: Hiphop Tamizha’s Tamil Movie is Funny and Simple

Naan Sirithal Movie Review: Hip-hop Tamizha’s movie is funny and simple messaging makes it an easy watch

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Music composer Hip-hop Tamizha’s 3rd film as an actor “Naan Sirithal” released on the lucrative Valentine’s Day release that is on 14th February 2020.The film was directed by debutant Raana and was produced by Avni Movies banner by director Sundar. C and actress Khushboo.

The film co-stars Iswarya Menon, Pandiarajan, Badava Gopi, K. S. Ravikumar, Sha Ra, Munishkanth and Sujatha Sivakumar.

Naan Sirithal Movie Review Synopsis:

When Gandhi a young individual is diagnosed with a peculiar condition ” Psuedodobulbar effect ” which leads him to laugh uncontrollably at places of stress. How does he manage to control his peculiar condition and how does it help him in his life. 

Naan Sirithal Movie Review Dissection:

The story, screenplay, and dialogues of the film are written by the debutant director Raana himself. Although is story is peculiar and new the screenplay and dialogues are routine and don’t add anything to the drama.

There are some instances in the screenplay which are funny and which strike a chord with the audiences. In the scenes where Adhi laughs uncontrollably those sequences are funny and enjoyable. The film uses the trope of funny climaxes and messaging which is effective in many places.

Dialogues are too simple one-liners that are effective in some places and aren’t in some places. The film has the theme of attracting youth like all of Hip-hop Tamizha’s films and the youth would like it. 

Performances:

Hiphop Tamizha Aadhi’s performance as Gandhi is good. He has improved his acting skills from his past two films Meesaya Murukku and Natpe Thunai although he has still scope for improvement as far as acting is concerned 

Iswarya Menon as Ankhitha, Gandhi’s girlfriend is glamorous and beautiful. She has a flair for comedy and she does her role with quiet ease and flair. Overall she has performed well. 

K. S. Ravikumar as the gangster Dilli Babu is convincing. He does a repeat of his Somali performance. 

Erma Saani Vijay as Thyagu Gandhi’s best friend is funny at some places but irritating at other places. 

Yogi Babu as the other Dilli Babu is funny and his one-liners click with the audiences. 

Pandiarajan as the psychiatrist treating Aadhi is funny. 

Other actors like Badava Gopi, Sujatha Sivakumar, Shah Ra, Munishkanth and all the actors lend good support. 

Direction, Technical and other departments:

The film is directed by debutant Raana, and his direction is good. He has debuted with a highly functional movie which is a safe bet. 

Music by Hiphop Tamizha is catchy but not to the level of Natpe Thunai and Meesaya Murukku. The Breakup Song is a key attraction and helps in the narrative of the film as well. 

Cinematography by Vaanchinathan is good. The frames are colorful and bright. 

Editing by Sreejith Sarang is alright. Not good but not bad as well. 

Other technical aspects are satisfactorily alright. 

Overall Naan Sirithal is one-time watch time pass entertainer which you can watch with your family. 

Overall Naan Sirithal Movie Review Rating By Southfans :


2.5/5


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