Short Review – Thirunaal

The new outing from Jiiva-Nayantara combination titled ‘Thirunaal’ is directed by debut filmmaker P.S. Ramnath and is produced by Kothandapani Pictures. The film has released today worldwide and here is short excerpt of the feedbacks from the audiences, who have watched the film.

Thirunaal 1The movie is a routine commercial entertainer, where the major plus is the screen presence of Jiiva and Nayantara. They have tried to portray their roles with perfection as directed by the filmmaker. Cinematography capturing some beautiful visuals across Tanjore and Kumbakonam is worthy of appreciations.

But on the flip side, the film doesn’t manage to keep our attention due to flimsy screenplay and logic missing out in few parts. Musical score by Srikanth Deva can be appreciated for some good music.

Thirunaal 2The first half moves with a decent momentum, but the actual story begins only by the point of intermission and traces the basic conflict between the hero and villain as between Silambarasan and Pradeep Rawat in Thotti Jaya and Suriya-Aashish Vidyarthi in Aaru. While the film may not have a proper reception in cities, it might click well in rural and sub-urban areas.

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