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“ Neerthirai Click to look into! >> Read More... ” is scripted and directed by PS Dharan. The film has Ashwin Kakumanu Ashwin Kakumannu is a Tamil film actor born on 5 J >> Read More... , “ Nassar Nassar is one of the multi talented actors in the >> Read More... ,” Thalaivasal Vijay Vijay ( Vijaykumar) got the title Thalaivasal as h >> Read More... , Babloo Prithviraj Babloo Prithiviraj is an Indian actor who is famou >> Read More... , " Rohini Rohini is a multi-talented South Indian actress, d >> Read More... " and Bala Singh Bala Singh is an Indian Tamil actor. He is very fa >> Read More... in the star cast. Neerthirai also discusses the MeToo issue and this is the first South Indian film to discuss it. Kameela Nassar produced the film.
A husband and wife, who belong to different religions are married happily for thirty years had been getting ready for the naming ceremony of their grandchild. They plan to invite friends, who helped them in their marriage. They gather their friends for the naming ceremony. They speak about various things at the party, including love failures, METOOs, live-in relationships. What happens when the sweet memories slip between the negative experiences? Watch the film in theaters!
The stars had done justice to the roles given to them.
On hearing about the reunion, it might sound like “ 96 Click to look into! >> Read More... .” But, it is totally different from it. When 96 had the reunion of friends, who are in their 35 – 40, this film has senior citizens’ get together. In this film, they discuss not only the good old memories but the negative experiences they faced. The main thing is how they solve those issues after these many years. Although the dialogues are good and the performances are okayish, we couldn’t deny that it gives us a drama experience.
What’s Not There?
Although the film is a different attempt, if the screenplay had been a little faster, then it would have given a better film watching experience. Yet, it could be watched once!
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