Genre: A psycho thriller drama * the script was characterized and by inducing suspense fluxed with venture screenplay.
Synopsis: The audience eagerly bread and butters on Nayanthara’s acting in her continues movies were hitting on screen. The feeling of intense pleasurable excitement that other eccentrics like Atharvaa, Raashi Khanna and for the villain role the director R. Ajay Gnanamuthu moved to the north side Anurag Kashyap were being merged in the Kollywood.
As the title “Imaikkaa Nodigal” is all about a psychic based drama project for the Tamil audience, a Bollywood director overlaps the story and the full fledged outline knocking on quondam movie.
Story: Nayanthara plays in a CBI officer character and Rudra role played on the psychic eccentric and the up-and-coming Atharvaa envision on a big screen as Nayanthara’s brother, Rudra who murdered ample of people in an atrocious way.
By this scenario Nayanthara encountering the loophole, kicks the killer in a dreadful way and there was a twist continued with Atharvaa, which all disputes and consequences is being tackled by Nayanthara and her brother.
The screenplay lack in many sequels, there is being a couple of stories merged up which are making aggressive, the film opens with thrilling and dragged towards run afoul.
Expectation has overwhelm by the actress Nayanthara, Atharvaa’s portions trenched with the senior female actor. The music of “Hip-Hop” Tamizha equilibrated both in the songs and the BGM portions, R. D. Rajasekar tone up by the visual effects. Overall, need a forbearance to watch till the climax.
Verdict: Essayed out, missed in the writing system, but the artists have been managed in the execution.
Rating: 2.5 / 5
Atharva * Arjun
Nayanthara * Anjali
Anurag Kashyap * Rudra
Raashi Khanna * Krithikka
Manasvi * Shalu
Vijay Sethupathi * Vikramadhithyan
Directed * R. Ajay Gnanamuthu
Produced by * C. J. Jayakumar
Written by * Pattukkottai Prabakar (Dialogues)
Screenplay by * R. Ajay Gnanamuthu
Story by * R. Ajay Gnanamuthu
Music by * “Hip-Hop” Tamizha
Cinematography * R. D. Rajasekhar
Edited by * Bhuvan Srinivasan
Production Company * Cameo Films India
PRO * Suresh Chandra & Rekha D’One
by Deepa Vijendra Rao