Nimirndhu Nil Movie Review
Starring: Jayam Ravi, Amala Paul, Vijay TV Gopinath
Director: P Samuthirakani
Producer: K S Sreenevasan and K S Sivaraman
Music: G V Prakash Kumar
Release Date: March 08, 2014
Aravindan Sivasamy (Jayam Ravi) from his boyhood joins and learns moral values, disciplines in an ashram. Once he completes his education, he come out of the ashram and took a Job in the city. But he could not digest the immoral cultures of the society. He keeps beaten down because of following the rules.
Aravindan Sivasamy decided to fight against the society. His friend (Soori), lawer (Subbu) and Journalist (Vijay TV Gopinath) joins with him to fight against the corrupition. They successfully expose 147 government officials taking bribes for unknown person. This includes a court judge and an MP. Now these corrupted officials teaming up together along with the unknown person look-alike named Narasimha Reddy (Jayam Ravi).
The first half of the story moves with comedy, romance and social awareness. The credit goes to the director and producer for taking such a risk than commericial subjects. Amala Paul did her part correctly. Jayam Ravi performance is also awesome. Everything looks great in the first half. When the movie starts with second half and the introduction of Narasimha Reddy, the movies goes on a bumpy ride looking for the correct direction and mix. It is worth watching this movie because of the storyline.