Naai Sekar Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Kishore Rajkumar
- Pavithra Lakshmi
- Music Composer:
- Interesting screenplay with decent execution
- The performances of the stars are good
- Certain characters are unexplained
Naai Sekar is scripted and directed by Kishore Rajkumar. “Sathish,” Pavithra Lakshmi, George Maryan, “Livingston,” “Manobala,” “Sriman,” “Ilavarasu,” KPY Bala, “Gnanasambandam,” Lollu Sabha “Swaminathan,” Lollu Sabha “Maaran” and Shankar Ganesh are cast in the main roles. AGS Entertainment produced the film. “Ajesh” composed the music in association with Anirudh Ravichander. Praveen Balu is the cinematographer, and the editing is by Ram Pandian.
Sekar, an IT employee, loves Pooja, who works with him in the same company. Sekar hates dogs. Unfortunately, a dog bites him, and he starts behaving like a dog, and the dog starts behaving like a man. Rajarajan, a scientist, had been using the dog for his experiments. Sekar was about to receive an appraisal. Pooja had also opened about her love to her father, who in turn was ready to meet Sekar. Before their meeting, Sekar should stop behaving like a dog and return to normal. Will that happen? The rest of the film deals with that.
Sathish has done a decent job. He fits well in the role and impresses the audience, especially kids. Pavithra is good with her debut role. George Maryan gets an exciting role. Manobala’s role is stereotypic. The rest of the stars had done justice to the given roles.
The story is interesting, and the screenplay is quick. However, some scenes need a better screenplay, and some characters are not explained properly. Sathish is good in romantic scenes too. The comedy scenes worked out well and satisfied the audience and the makers. The execution is decent. The cinematography, BGM, and editing are pretty decent.
What’s Not There?
Naai Sekar is a complete comedy entertainer that impresses the kids. That doesn’t mean it is a kid’s movie. The adults who love comedy films will also be impressed with this subject. Naai Sekar – watchable once!