Idhu Namma Aalu Movie Review

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Movie Info + Ratings

Title: Idhu Namma Aalu
Genre: Romance
Directed By: Pandiraj
Cast:
Silambarasan
Nayantara
Soori
Santhanam
Music by: Kuralarasann, Nikhil Seetharam
In Theaters:
3 /5

Action
Comedy
Performance
Romance
Story Line

At last, Simbu’s hotly anticipated romantic comedy Idhu Namma Aalu has made it to the silver screens over the world. Coordinated by National Award champ Pandiraj, the motion picture additionally stars Nayanthara, Andrea Jeremiah and Soori in critical parts.Since the film was in the pipeline for the last 3 years, Idhu Namma Aalu over the years, managed to heighten the expectation among fans and cine buffs.

Story:

Simbu plays an IT expert, who takes us into his past to disentangle his first love and the misfortune he experiences from that point. He starts his life over again with Nayanthara and trusts in superior fortunes with regards to his adoration life, second time around. Be that as it may, how troublesome is it to proceed onward in one’s life? Idhu Namma Aalu is around a wedded couple and their relationship which needs a touch of shimmer. Without much wanders aimlessly, Pandiraj presents a conveniently woven cheerful performer.

Technicalities:

The main thrust of Idhu Namma Aalu is Pandiraj’s dialogues. It is his screenplay and dialogues that make this film, which has a wafer-slight storyline, charming. While the main half is windy and diverting, editorial manager Praveen KL could’ve abbreviated the length of the film’s last half. Cinematographer Balasubramaniam’s splendid utilization of hues and tones make this romantic comedy an eye-pleaser. His points as well, are reviving without a doubt. Kuralarasan, who makes his presentation as a music executive, has thought of good background score that comes well with what’s being played on the screen.

Performances:

Of course,the performances from Simbu and Nayantara structure the foundation of this film. Nayantara’s screen nearness is tuned in to her character and her on-screen science with Simbu appear to possess all the necessary qualities for a windy romantic comedy. Andrea Jeremiah’s augmented cameo gives a new edge to the whole love adventure. The Pachaikili Muthucharam on-screen character looks stunning, which is an additional favorable position. Soori’s comedy successions, for a change, looks unforced and streams alongside the screenplay. Unique appearances from Santhanam and Jai figure out how to bring favor the gatherings of people’s confront, adding to the general feel of the motion picture.

Analysis:

Idhu Namma Aalu is simply a windy romantic comedy which is genuinely engaging. Idhu Namma Aalu is a fine one time look for the weekend. Basic, clear story, awesome throwing, pleasant music with some applaud commendable dialogues.

What is good: Background music, Dialogues, Great cast, Romantic scenes, Comedy scenes

What is bad: Could have been better

Watch it or not: Worth Watch.