Iravin Nizhal is a single-shot movie scripted and directed by “ R Parthiepan Radhakrishnan Parthiepan is a renowned actor, cine >> Read More... ” and produced by Caldwell Velnambi, Anshu Prabhakar, Dr. Pinchi Srinivasan, Bala Swaminathan, and Ranjith Dhandapani Ranjith Dhandapani is an Indian-origin producer wh >> Read More... . Arthur Wilson cranked the camera. “ A R Rahman A.R.Rahman is a Legendary Music Composer, prominen >> Read More... ” compose the music. Bioscope Film Framers of Parthiepan and Akira Film Productions produced the film. The movie features Parthiepan, , Robo Shankar Robo Shankar is an upcoming comedian artiste in th >> Read More... , Brigida Saga, Anandhakrishnan, and Sai Priyanka Ruth
Nandu is a cinema financier. His business is not as good as everyone thinks. Soon, he learns that he will be caught by the police. So, he escapes with a gun to shoot a fake godman, Paramananda, as Nandu thinks that the godman is the reason for his current situation. At the Ashram, Nandu comes to know that, Paramananda has taken the same decision as Nandu and has been searching for him. What is the connection between the fake godman and Nandu? Why are they getting ready to kill each other? These questions are answered in the film.
As usual, Parthiepan has excelled in this role, too. Varalaxmi Sarathkumar and Sai Priyanka have done a good job.
It is indeed a proud moment that Iravin Nizhal is the world’s first non-linear single-shot film. Parthiepan’s hard work is highly visible in the film. Though there are many characters rolling up and down with Parthiepan, after him, Varu Sarath and Sai Priyanka’s roles are memorable. The music by AR Rahman is incredible. The cinematography is fantastic and the clarity in picturing the scenes in the dark is excellent. The art director and his team should be really appreciated for their fantastic effort.
What’s Not There?
The film is experimental, yet entertaining. Parthiepan is a man of uniqueness and this time, he has proved his talent in performance and filmmaking. Iravin Nizhal – watch-worthy!