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Trisha Illana Nayanthara Movie review
Trisha Illana Nayanthara, a coming of age comedy entertainer deals with the views of the present generation youth on love and virginity. The film has G. V. Prakash playing the role of a youngster who falls in love with Anandhi initially. Followed by a break up, he falls in love with Manisha Yadav who appears in a glammed-up avatar. To his misfortune, that relationship also comes to an end in no time. Will he go back to his first love Anandhi? What will happen to his love life forms the crux of the story. To know more about the film watch it at a theatre, but to save yourself from embarrassment go with your pals!
Director Adhik Ravichandran has made a humorous statement on the universal concept of love and break-up. As the film is packed with back-to-back adult comedy, the film is a strict no no for family audience. However, the director has to be appreciated for presenting a complete adult entertainer which has made the youth go gaga over it. G.V. Prakash has played a completely different role, fulfilling the character's needs at every turn. In fact, the actor's timing in delivering the humorous dialogues is laudable. After his previous venture Darling, the actor has once again proved that he is a multi-faceted person to watch out for. On the other hand as a music director of the film, he walks away with accolades again. The songs of the film are already top hits.
Actress Anandhi has pulled off her role as G. V. Prakash's first girl friend - she's cute and adorable. Manisha Yadav, the glam doll of the film has delivered an appreciable performance. This could be her big break. Actress Simran who has made a comeback with this film, looks beautiful and even younger. It may be recalled that her dialogue stating that 'love is like dandruff' has been trending ever since the trailer release. Apart from the main characters, VTV Ganesh has delivered a role worth mentioning with his usual dialogues about women. Every time he appears on the screen, the audience are left in splits.
Coming to the technical aspects.. editing and cinematography of the film done by Anthony L. Ruben and Richard M. Nathan has favoured the film's flow. However, the first half of the film could have been trimmed. Keeping that drawback aside, Trisha Illana Nayanthara entertains the audience with adult humour and funny-cum-interesting dialogues.
Verdict: A well-packed comedy entertainer, strictly for adults!