Navamanmadhudu Movie Review
Mirchi Hub Rating : 2.75/5
Cast : Dhanush, Samantha, Amy Jackson, Radhika
Director : Velraj
Music Director : Anirudh Ravichander
Producer : Dhanush, G.N. Anbu Chezhiyan
Movie Release Date : December 19th, 2015
Production Company : Brundavan Pictures
CBFC Rating : “U”
What’s Good :-
Nava Manmadhudu is packed with youthful and family emotions which has been ticked well to the all sections of media. The entertaining elements with racy story narration is a biggest asset in the first half of the movie. Second half is packed with emtional family and love between Dhanush and Samantha. The love story between Amy Jackson and Dhanush brings a fresh flavour. The first half is connected to youngsters while the second is for family audience.
What’s Bad :-
Racy first half with interesting interval bang gives high expectations over the second half which goes predictable on a high note after 10 minutes of its start. The story and narration are easily predictable. Scenes between emotional patch up scenes are very slow and might not gel to the youngsters.
Movie Review – Story :-
Bharath (Dhanush) is go lucky boy from an middle class family falls for Hema (Amy Jackson) at his college times and goes so depth. The time gets them seperated for one or none the reason and Hema ending marrying Bharath’s friend. Bharat not loosing hope on his life works with his father and ends marrying Yamuna (Samantha) in a arranged marriage. Twist comes in trouble of thier family when Bharat’s father (KS Ravi Kumar) passes away in a drastic situation which makes Bharat to hold the family strong and find the reason for his father sudden problems. Rest of the film runs on how Bharath set his family right forms the crux.
Movie Review – Script Analysis :-
The much expectations from Raghuvaran B.Tech team has hit the right talk with Nava Manmadhudu which is an wholesome family entertainer. Everything has worked well from the script to the songs. The lead stars Dhanush, Samantha and Amy Jackson are quite impressive in their performances so the character artists too. The slow paced second half and predictable story has played a spoilsport. Eventhough Nava Manmadhudu is good time pass flick.
Movie Review – Technical Analysis :-
Anirudh Ravichander’s music is medicore and background score elevated the scenes in the right way. Cinematography is awesome showing the middle class day-to-day nature in true colors. Dialogues are neat and apt. Velraj has come out with well scripted first half and good story line in the second half. Production values are standard.
Movie Review : My Last Word
Nava Manmadudu is a well-packed family entertainer
Punch Line : A Time Pass Flick… Watch it..