Movie Cast: Jyotika, GV Prakash, Ivana, Rockline Venaktesh and others Cinematography: Eashwar Music: Ilayaraja Editing: Sathish Suriya
Art : CS Balachandar Written &
Directed by: Bala
Produced by: B Studios, EON Studios, Madhumathi Films
Released Date: 16-02-2018
Run Time: 01:40:00
Bala is a chief who has dependably been synonymous with painful movies which are likewise similarly aggravating. In any case, for a change now, he has settled on a similarly positive movie that has it’s goal the correct way. Naachiyaar is a fresh, straightforward film that puts over it’s message perfectly without trying too hard.
Nearly everything works in Naachiyaar, due to it’s short run-time which doesn’t enable any pointless load to get in. With an immovable approach, what begins off with some comic arrangements rapidly changes into a connecting with tension story. There may be some gut in it yes, however everything is under control. Naachiyaar doesn’t feel like a Bala film at places as well, and that is being said positively.
With regards to exhibitions, Jyotika shifts into a cape which hasn’t worn previously, playing a heartless cop at work and a minding lady at home. After her able show, it’s GV Prakash who shocks every last one with his best execution in his profession yet. In an absolutely new getup, he sparkles in both the enthusiastic and the comic scenes alongside newcomer Ivana who’s an extraordinary find. There’s even any semblance of maker Rockline Venkatesh who gets a decent supporting part and does it well.
Actually adequate with simply the correct music from Ilaiyaraaja, Naachiyaar fills in as a commendable spine chiller from Bala with it’s human esteems stuffed in pleasantly. Go see it for it gives us an essential message which is the need of great importance, in a quick and painless way.