ldquo Neeya 2 rdquo is scripted and directed by ldquo L Suresh rdquo The film has ldquo Jai rdquo Varalaxmi Sarathkumar Raai Laxmi Catherine Tresa Ba

Neeya 2 Movie Review

Neeya 2 Movie Review Tamil Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Neeya 2"
Runtime: 2 Hours 05 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 24-05-2019
Genre: Drama
2 / 5.0



Neeya 2” is scripted and directed by “L Suresh.” The film has “ Jai,” Varalaxmi Sarathkumar, Raai Laxmi, Catherine Tresa, Bala Saravanan and Power Star Srinivasan. Sridhar Arunachalam produced the film under Jumbo Cinemas banner. Rajavel Mohan handled the camera and Gopi Krishna edited the film.


Malar turns a snake after the sun sets. In her previous birth, she was married to Vikram, who is now Sarva. Divya loves Sarva deeply and the reason why she fell for him is unknown even to her. Even though Sarva avoids her, when Divya says that she has some Dosham in her horoscope, he agrees to marry her, as he too has. Now, the real fight begins. Wherever, Sarva and Divya go, Malar follows them. What did she do to hold Sarva? Watch the film!

Star Performance

Although there are three heroines in this film, Raai Laxmi, occupies the screen, more than the others. In fact, her performance is good too. The rest of the stars had also performed well, as per their characterization.


The script has no connection with Kamal Haasan movie, “ Neeya.” The screenplay is weak and the narration falls flat. Divya's characterization is weak. The film has a lot of logical loopholes. The CG works are average. The music is okayish. A lot of flashback scenes irk the audiences. Even the climax is not shot well. The makers used the name of the super hit 1979 film just to pull the audiences but their attempt fails. It is surprising to see the leading stars choosing these kinds of stories.

What’s There?

  • Favorite stars are present

What’s Not There?

  • Screenplay is weak
  • A Lot of logical loopholes
  • Climax is unimpressive
  • Average CG


The film doesn’t seem to be a feature film of recent times. With the illogical thinking of the heroine role and the serpent-woman in this century, didn’t match the contemporary films. As the content is not solid, the audiences didn’t get impressed with the film. Neeya 2 – No Satisfaction