Cast & crew details
Featuring: Jai, Raai Laxmi, Catherine Tresa, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar
Written & Directed by: L Suresh
Cinematography: Rajavel Mohan
Edited by: Gopi Krishna
Producer: Sridhar Arunachalam
Banner: Jumbo Cinemas
Music Label: Sony Music Entertainment India Pvt. Ltd.
Neeya 2 Core Story Analysis:
A metamorphosis(An creature that can supernaturally change its physical form) snake-woman, who is in search of her lover for long time, who she lost him two decades ago, sets out to win his love battle again.
Neeya 2 Movie Review:
Unlike Yesteryear film Neeya? (1979 film), Neeya 2, which was declared capitalizing on the prevalence of the previous, isn’t a vengeance flick. A triangular romantic tale set in double cross periods, its plot spins around a shape-moving snake which goes hard and fast to discover its sweetheart, and the battles it faces in its assignment.
One of only a handful couple of positives of the film is that it remains consistent with the class by excluding superfluous components. It’s not deviating much from the story. But the screenplay and thrillness is little bit missing in parts
Jai’s body language as a village guy & modern guy looks adapatable. Raai Laxmi, who has more screen nearness than the others in the film, conveys a respectable execution as a snake-lady who experiences a few advances, while the others are simply fine.
She Looks so good as Malar & Naharani, completely given justice to both characters
Catherine tresa done his role simply neat with ease. Varu sarath came in the cameo role and also one of the important role.
The different flashbacks and powerless screenplay make it hard for the group of onlookers to sympathize with the characters. The aggressive peak is a setback, on account of the inadequate execution. The principal essential for a plot like this to work is the authenticity factor, and the film needs it in the greater part of the successions.
The cinematography is the greatest in addition to the film which has carefully normal CG works in numerous scenes. CG Work could have been better in some places. In songs, Apart from Ore jeevan ondrae ullam & Va sagee others are not much appreciable.
Directed has tried to attract youth audiences by using 3 heroines. But Yesteryear of Neeya’s magic must be little missing.
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