Elred Kumar’s Nirantharam Nee Voohale (2012) Movie Review


Star Cast: Adharva, Amala Paul, Santhanam
Director: Elred Kumar
Music Director: G V Prakash Kumar
Producer: RS Infotainment
Runtime: 129 Minutes
Censor Certificate: UA

Story: Ramachandran commonly called as Ram (Adharva) is an IT employee in a high-flying company. Coming to our heroine, Latha (Amala Paul) hails from a rich family in USA, daughter of a bigwig in IT Empire. The lead pair meets during a special project meet in India and become the part of a team to create the software for preventing the radiation generated from radioactive machines and instruments to prevent the human race from hazardous diseases. Meanwhile Ram and Latha start sharing pleasures and likeliness. Here comes an interesting twist for viewers what is the twist? How will they solve? Make the crux of Nirantharam Nee Voohale.

Performances: Adharva Murali is son of late Murali. Adharvaa does well in the role of a leading character. Though its his second film, he is at ease with camera and possesses natural histrionics ability. Now I’m eager to see his next Paradesi under the Direction of Bala. Amala Paul sizzled with her Trendy look. Anupama Kumar has given a superb performance. Santhanam provided some decent laughs post interval. Rests of the characters were fine.

Technicalities: Story of the film is half-baked one. There are many loose ends. The taking of the film is fine. Screenplay is inconsistent, reminds us of Naa Oopiri, Kudaikul Mazhai, Mandhira Punnagai and Kadhalil Vizhunthen. Even Chinuku Pade Vellalo (Click Here) picturization is inspired from Ranabir-Priyanka Chopra’s Anjaana Anjaani (Click Here).  Direction by debutant Elred Kumar is OK. Narration is boring at times. Dialogues by Shashank Vennelakanti are routine. Cinematography by Shakthi is First Rate. Music by GV Prakash is an asset. The tunes as well as background score are good.

Survi Verdict: The initial part of first half is middling. The buildup at interval is interesting. The second half of the film is not handled enough to sustain interest. The Pre climax point is interesting. Nirantharam Nee Voohale suffers with Dubbing, Predictable Script and spotty narration. Emotions in the film are not established. The entire serious scenes with Doctor – Santhanam – Amala appear drilling. On the whole, Nirantharam Nee Voohale takes the audience for a casual ride…

Survi Review: 2/5 (rated 1 More for Music and Locations)

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