Naanum Rowdy Dhaan (I am too a rowdy) is indeed a good entertainer which has the powerful performance of the assembled cast, good dialogues, and a taut screenplay. No part of the film is boring. The story revolves around a boy (
), who became a rowdy despite being a police inspector’s son. But he hides this simple fact from his mother (
) who is a police inspector of Puducherry.
He falls in love with a disabled girl, named Kadhambari (played by Nayantara), who loses her hearing power in her childhood during a bomb blast. Her mother will also be killed in this blast. Kadhambari's father will be in search of the gangster (Parthiban) who killed his wife. Ultimately he also gets killed by Parthiban.
Unable to bear the loss of her father, Nayantara seeks Vijay Sethupathi’s help to trace Parthiban and what happens to Nayantara’s mission forms the rest of the plot. Despite being a tale of a deaf girl who wants to trace the gangster and seek vengeance for the murder of her parents. Hence, how a vengeance story turned into a romantic drama lied in hands of the director
While Nayantara’s character besides wanting revenge is made to be perfect to the point, even the role of being a fake rowdy by Vijay Sethupathi is also just amazing!