Coming from Parthys Pictures (P) Lttd., Vingyani is a story of a scientist's self discovery and the discovery of long forgotten scientific ways of agriculture, mentioned in ancient Tamil literature.
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Vignyani by Paarthys Pictures (P) Ltd., is the story of a scientist and is directed by and starring a former NASA scientist Paarthi, who has also produced the movie. This movie marks Meera Jasmine's comeback to cinema, after a hiatus.
At a scientific conference, the scientists are discussing the alarming rate at which India's population is rising and arrive at the conclusion that at this same rate of population growth, we will be facing an acute food shortage in 50 years and state that drastic measures for population control are needed. However, scientist Ramakrishnan (Paarthi) tells that it is the shortage of rainfall that is hampering our agriculture and that if a way of having paddy that requires lower water resources is found, the food shortage problem can be sorted. The rest of the scientists disagree, and this angers Ramakrishnan. He challenges that he can develop such a variety of paddy grain through his research. Kaveri (Meera Jasmine) is a teacher in a village, who is passionate towards agriculture. One day, she dreams of Tholkaapiyar (Bose Venkat) discovering a variety of paddy called Thaagam Theertha, which requires very little water to be cultivated. In the dream, Tholkaapiyar buries a horde of such seeds for the use of future generations and Kaveri also comes across the location of this buried place also in her dream itself. When she unearths the treasure with the help of her father Kalimuthu (Thalaivasal Vijay). But when Nedunchelian (Bala Singh) takes this paddy to Ramakrishnan and explains that it's significance was written in ancient Tamil literature itself, Ramakrishnan scoffs at it and insults Nedunchelian. Understanding that Ramakrishnan is the only one who has the knowledge to unlock the potency of the Thaagam Theertha and reproduce it, Kaveri marries him to save the struggling farmers in her village. A greedy landlord wants to take over the lands of these poor farmers and sell them off as plots at a cheap rate. Meanwhile, a whole gang of crooks want to steal the unique grains to sell to foreign buyers. Meanwhile, Kaveri is framed for murder and Ramakrishnan wants the Police to catch her. Who actually committed the murder? Can Ramakrishnan actually reproduce the unique seeds? Will the crooks succeed in stealing the seeds? What will happen to the poor farmers? Watch Vingyani to know...
Paarthi, a former scientist, has come up with a very interesting concept for a movie. The message is something that is the need of the hour and something that our scientists could take up seriously. Paarthi has handled the production, direction and acting too. The story is powerful, but the screenplay could have been better. His acting leaves quite a lot to be desired, but the intent is there and he could become better with time. It is a very good comeback for a trimmer and more beautiful Meera Jasmine. she has a very meaty role and has played it with ease. Sanjjana Singh essays the role of the sexy Jennifer, with ease. Vivek and Devadarshini provide the comic relief. Veterans Thalaivasal Vijay, Bala Singh, Bose Venkat, Poovilangu Mohan and the others give good support to the lead with neat performances. Maaris Vijay's music is good and a couple of numbers are humworthy.
Vignani is a movie with a strong storyline that emphasizes a very strong issue and Paarthi needs to be appreciated for bringing such a concept on screen.
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