Netrikann Movie Review Rating: 3/5 stars (three stars)
Star cast: Nayanthara, Ajmal Ameer, Manikandan and Ensemble
Director: Milind Rau
What is good: Nayanthara lives up to her ‘Lady Superstar’ label and leads the pack, while Milind Rau gives her an almost fried platform enough to prove her point.
What’s bad: The almost baked platform, of course. This is also a remake, by the way, so you know that. But I won’t be as hard as Naappa; Netrikann goes to great lengths to have his unique soul.
loo break: not when the visual crescendo is at its peak. Take one when the bad guy tells his backstory, because by then you’ve already predicted it. Stop eating spoonfuls. Netrikann Movie Review
To watch or not?: Nayanthara fans won’t even wait for this review to come out, and they’re in for a treat too. If you are not one of them and want an opinion, try it without expectations, you will come out happy.
Language: Tamil (with English subtitles)
Available on: Disney Plus Hotstar
Durga (Nayanthara), a CBI officer, is the most courageous and righteous, at least the introduction suggests. One evening she is driving back home with her brother and a small mistake takes his life, and Durga is left blind after the accident. An aimless blind girl then one day becomes the only “eye” witness to a serial killer and the cat-and-mouse chase begins. The plot may look old, but there are good moments. Read more.
Netrikann Movie Review: Script Analysis
Netrikann means ‘the third eye’. The film is an adaptation of the Korean film ‘Blind’ which already has multiple versions around the world. Sonam Kapoor is doing the Hindi version by the way. So what does Nayanthara add with Milind Rau to this already told story? Emotions!
At this point, Rau knows the fodder that creates a perfect masala movie for his audience and how to equip a female superstar to let her save the men. A star of Nayanthara’s position, already called Lady Superstar, can only do justice to a part that changes the dynamics for an industry or country as a whole, which have adored machismo on screen. She is blind, but also brave. She doesn’t need a man to save her, but she saves several. Go ahead, team! I’m for it.
Milind Rau writes Netrikann as an ode to his Lady Superstar and equips her character with the best layers. She is an orphan who feels responsible for her brother’s death. In addition, she is now blind and cannot have her CBI Job. He creates a blank canvas to paint a new story and begins the dark phase of the film.
Enter James (Ajmal Ameer), who is a pervert and has some weird kinks. Arresting him and rescuing the girls he kidnapped becomes Durga’s mission. While the villain is written in one tone, and all he has is to sexualize every possible woman, he gets nothing more. Of course there is also humor. At a point where Durga pretends to see, it’s fun to watch.
But the film falls prey to predictable nature. We know the villain is a pervert, and circumstances have multiplied the monster in him. The makers give a predictable flashback, and that kills the essence. At this point, we know you shouldn’t spoonfeed. Likewise, when the chases take place, which are very beautifully choreographed, why is there no one around? It’s a city and also the pre-COVID era, where are the people?
Netrikann Movie Review: Star Performance
A protagonist like a blind Durga whose sharp mind saves her brother Gautham from a serial killer may seem easy for a writer, but for a producer who invests and expects a team to get the same applause as a man who brings the day is. remarkable. Nayanthara is here to prove her power as a bankable star, and she manages to do it very well.
The blind act seems a bit shocked when it starts, but once the movie progresses, so does Nayanthara. Also watch out for her when she plays a blind girl she can see, expertly done.
Ajmal Ameer gets to play the pervert, and he looks like one too (a compliment). But if he has to do the same thing 10 times, it gets repetitive. But Ajmal manages to create the much-needed ghostly atmosphere.
Manikandan, who plays Manikandan, is an immediately likable character and the film deserves him. His arc from a ridiculous officer to the most respected, however, deserved more flesh.
Netrikann Movie Review: Direction, Music
Milind Rau’s focus is, of course, his muse Nayanthara. He uses the staple technique to create the tension of the thriller and does a great job. One complaint, however, in a chase sequence when Gautham tells Durga to show her surroundings on a video call, and he notices the killer sitting up front, why hasn’t anyone on the team ever suggested taking a screenshot?
The film’s music makes little to no sense because of the way it’s placed. Crowned by Sid Sriram in his melodic voice, the songs deserve better.
Netrikann movie review: the last word
Netrikann is definitely a strong step towards a powerful portrait of women in Tamil cinema. Keep an eye out for that. There are loopholes in the law, but you can cross them if you want.
netrikann will be released on August 13, 2021.
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