A highly sensitive intimacy, narrowed down to the scenarios made a clear perceive posture on the womanhood.
Even though the film influenced Bollywood movie “Pink” was released in 2016, “Nerkonda Paarvai” refined according to the Tamil audience, an aggregate hero Ajith’s scintillating dialogue towards women, which was the most sensitive issues approach in positive angle.
The script touches the women’s liberation. The independent girls Meera, Famila and Andrea, who lives in a house for their survival. The forward-looking ladies join in a party and enjoys with the guys. Among the three ladies Meera Krishnan (Shraddha Srinath), who was unexpectedly attacked a guy and the young aggressive man started to get bleeding.
The second half compressed with full fledged of courtroom scenes. Bharath Subramanian’s argument for women’s rights made the harmony of irrefutable feelings in some extensions. The film holds on delicate points it doesn’t mean that women’s protection, safety, struggling or virginity. “No” makes a valuable sentences, which means even a prostitution says “No” shouldn’t force her.
Anyway, society had been out of cultures in that perspective the content has been travelling. The director H Vinoth poised eccentrics according to the master copy, Ajith Kumar doesn’t hold any heroism on screen, the dialogues is being related to the society, how the women had been portrayed, Vidya Balan and Ajith’s disease are exaggerated.
Verdict: sensitive issue converts into positive approach.
Rating: 3 / 5
Ajith Kumar * Bharath Subramanian
Shraddha Srinath * Meera Krishnan
Abhirami Venkatachalam * Famila
D. Ramachandran as Judge
Dinesh P Nair
Mai. Pa. Narayanan
Directed by * H. Vinoth
Produced by * Boney Kapoor
Music by * Yuvan Shankar Raja
Cinematography * Nirav Shah
Edited by * Gokul Chandran
PRO * Suresh Chandra and Rekha D’One.
by Deepa Vijendra Rao