Starring: Vijay Antony, Siddharth Venugopal, Rupa Manjari, Anuya
Director: Jeeva Shankar
Producer:Fatima, Vijay Antony
Naan is a thriller film and with this film Vijay Antony has taken a new avatar of actor and producer. The story as thriller is adorned well according to the taste of audience.
The protagonist of the story Vijay Antony who has a troubled past leaves his hometown to start a new life. During travel, bus meets with accident and Vijay Antony steals the identity of a person whom he was talking earlier during the travel. With identity of dead man, Vijay Antony joins medical college and what happens there, is the remaining story.
With tag of ‘No one is perfect’, the narration of story remains gripping. The friendship between Siddharth (Ananda Thandavam) and Vijay Antony is portrayed well and scenes of Siddharth remains lively. Vijay Antony could have concentrated in his acting skills. May be his maiden film, Vijay Antony needs to go a long way. There is no heroine for Vijay Antony and it seems well worked for the film.
Rupa Manjiri appears fresh on screen with apt acting Anuya’s role is small but a one to remember!
The thrill remains for audience even after the film ends and one can expect sequel of Naan. Vijay Antony shows stern face even in emotional scenes and if that could be avoided, the film would remain undoubtedly interesting!
Director Jeeva Shankar, assistant of Jeeva, has all shades of his mentor! The film tone is as same as Jeeva’s film and reminds him lot. Being Jeeva Shankar’s debut film, there may be seen some imperfects, but as a whole he has given a spicy thriller film.
Music by Vijay Antony is peppy and ‘Makkayala’ has already topped among youths. Cinematography scored well in scenes and songs. As a whole the film leaving certain flaws, is a authentic, spicy preparation and is worth a watch.