Naane Varuvean is a psychological thriller scripted by “ Dhanush This lanky superstar Dhanush is an actor from Tami >> Read More... ” and directed by “ Selvaraghavan Born on 5th March 1977, Selvaraghavan is primarily >> Read More... .” “Kalaippuli S Thanu” produced the film. Yuvan Shankar Raja Yuvan Shankar Raja is the popular music composer, >> Read More... composed the music. handled the camera and editing is by Bhuvan Srinivasan Bhuvan Srinivasan was born in Chennai, Tamilnadu, >> Read More... . Dhanush, Selvaraghavan, “ Prabhu Prabhu Ganesan or better known as Prabhu is a prom >> Read More... ,” “ Indhuja Indhuja was born on 1st August 1994 in Vellore. GA >> Read More... ,” Yogi Babu Yogi Babu is one of the famous actors in Indian fi >> Read More... , Elli Avram Elli Avram shot to fame when she became a particip >> Read More... , Shelly Kishore Shelly was born in the year 1983 in Trivandrum, Ke >> Read More... , Aajeedh Khalique Aajeedh Khalique is an Indian playback singer. He >> Read More... , and Saravana Subbiah Saravana Subbiah is an Indian Film Actor and Filmm >> Read More... are cast.
Prabhu and Kathir are twin brothers. Though they are twins, they needn’t have the same wavelength, isn't it? When Prabhu is a good-natured person, Kathir appears to be a psychopath. Prabhu gets married, and he has a daughter, Satya. Satya often gets dreams in which she sees Sonu. Sonu is an imaginary character. What does Sonu convey to her? What is Kathir’s role in Prabhu’s life? The rest of the film deals with this.
Dhanush has done a fantastic job in both roles. He has shown a vast difference in both roles and his body language is fantastic. Selvaraghavan’s role is interesting too. Indhuja is quite decent, and the kid who did the role of Satya is so natural.
Selvaraghavan has come up with a different script penned by Dhanush and directed it neatly. The characterization is good and suitable actors are picked for the main roles. The first half is gripping and where the movie loses its grip is in the predictable portions in the second half. The climax is not much interesting, as it has the usual formula. Yuvan Shankar Raja’s music is the fulcrum of the film. His BGM is terrific and gels well with the script and takes us on a journey along with the script. The visuals are super perfect, and the credit goes to Cinematographer Om Prakash. The editing is neat. The film has decent production values, and it is technically fantastic.
What’s Not There?
Though there are a few loopholes in the film, for the performances, direction, visuals, and BGM, the film is watchable once!