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Trisha Illana Nayanthara Movie Reviews

Trisha Illana Nayanthara Movie Reviews Tamil Movie Review
Movie story for the film "Trisha Illana Nayanthara"
Runtime: 2 Hours 11 Minutes
Certificate: A
Released: 17-09-2015
Genre: Comedy
3 / 5.0

Can’t women go to pubs and booze? Can’t they have fun with boys before marriage? Can’t they have multiple relationships? When men can do all the above, why can’t women? Director Adhik has broken a lot of stereotypes surrounding women and made a bold film that for once puts women in a better position. But that's not the movie primarily all about. Its about a virgin boy and his love life and breakups and lots of "Matter", booze and beeped words.

Trisha Illana Nayanthara is an A rated film so it has all the elements like Babes, booze, love, "matter", break up, again love and the cycle continues. Boys will enjoy the film, and some girls might too. *conditions apply*. But strictly not for family audience. So sit back and enjoy the movie and watch out for those A scenes with big eyes. After all, that's what we came all the way, right?

TIN is something every boy or even a girl can relate their lives to the film. Honestly, I did. The boy falls in love with a girl. Due to some circumstances, the girl breaks up with the boy because he broke her trust. Without wasting even a min, he falls in love with another girl. One day, even this love breaks for some weird reasons. Dejected boy leaves to Kumbakonam and he sees the first girl there and falls in love again. What happens next is the rest of the story and there is a twist in the climax.

Script and screenplay were pretty ok. There were some really fun moments, which will make you rofl. Cinematography and editing were just fine. Music by GVP was again a highlight and Bittu Padam Di and an another pub song made the audience go crazy. I expected the director to finish the film like how he started. But in the end TIN ended up like a normal love film.

GVP as an actor was impressive in this film as a Virgin boy. His uncertain face expressions and raw feelings in some situations were really good. This is definitely a better performance than his previous film Darling. Anandhi, you beauty! She has this subtle smile throughout the movie and looked uncomfortable in this role, though she managed to pull it off somehow. Manisha is used as a glam doll and she hardly wears a full dress. VTV Ganesh brings the roof down with his one liners and he has done a full fledged comedy role this time.

Overall, TIN is a light hearted entertainer with a lot of adult comedy, double meaning dialogues, etc. Definitely not for the family audience and kids. Boys will have fun. So have fun!