ldquo Nethraa rdquo is scripted and directed by ldquo A Venkatesh rdquo Srikanth Deva composes music and Ganesh Kumar is the cinematographer Editing is by

Nethraa Movie Review

Nethraa Movie Review Tamil Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Nethraa"
Runtime: 1 Hour 57 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 08-02-2019
2.25 / 5.0



Nethraa” is scripted and directed by “ A Venkatesh.” Srikanth Deva composes music and Ganesh Kumar is the cinematographer. Editing is by A Jayaprakash. The film has the star cast of Vinay Rai, Thaman Kumar, “ Subiksha,” “ Riythvika,” Imman Annachi, Vincent Asokan, GK Reddy, Robo Shankar and Naan Kadavul Rajendran.


Nethraa and Velu are in love. When Nethra’s family get her an alliance, Nethraa seeks help from her friend Vikram in Canada, to stop her marriage. Vikram calls them to Canada and they both escape as per his suggestion. Meanwhile, Vikram has to travel overseas for his job. They manage somehow and Velu gets a job in a hotel. When things go smoothly, Velu is missing. When Nethraa complains about this to the police, everyone says that Velu didn’t land Canada and Nethraa came alone. Meanwhile, Vikram returns to Canada. How did he help Nethraa? Where was Velu? Why did he abscond? Watch the film in theaters!

Star Performance

Vinay has given out whatever needed for his role. Subiksha played in a strong role and proved her worth. Thaman Kumar suited the role well. The rest of the cast had done whatever is needed for the role.


The first half of the film moves at a quick pace and the second half seems to be a bit lengthy. The characters are well chosen, but the characterization is a bit weak. The director has chosen a different plot, but he had failed to execute it in an exciting way. The reason is a weak screenplay. However, it is appreciable for the basic plot, how a young girl suffers in an unknown country, searching for her lover. Srikanth Deva’s music strengthens the film and cinematography is also impressive

What’s There?

  • Plot is different
  • Music and cinematography are good

What’s Not There?

  • The screenplay is weak
  • The second half is lengthy


The director has given a film that has stuck between a good plot and a weak screenplay. If the writing had been good, then Nethraa would have attracted a huge audience.