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Nani (Nani) is madly in love with neighbour Bindhu (Samantha), who playfully keeps him guessing about her feelings for her. Sudeep (Sudeep), a millionaire and a womanizer, lusts after Bindhu and murders Nani when he comes to know of his love for her. Eeswaran aka Eswaran is a Tamil action movie, directed by Suseenthiran. Bhoomi Full Movie, Bhoomi Full Movie Watch Online, Bhoomi Tamil. Naan Ee is tamil movie, it is a graphical action movie has an animated character 'House Fly ' in title role.' Veppam' fame actor Nani is the Protagonist and kannada actor Sudeep will play the.

The King of masala flicks, director SS Rajamouli, who has made films like Magadheera and Viramarkudu has come up with yet another super-entertainer Naan Ee, starring Nani, Samantha and Sudeep. This romantic-fantasy was in the making for very long, mainly because of the computer graphics.

The film is a good package with a perfect blend of fantasy, thrill, comedy and romance. The story line, in which the murdered hero, reincarnates as a house fly and takes revenge on his killer, might sound a bit immature, when just heard. But the film gives you a completely different experience.

SS Rajamouli has made sure that every department of film making has delivered its best. The film’s dialogue writer Crazy Mohan has penned some of his trademark rib ticklers. He has maintained simplicity throughout the script, so that the film doesn’t have any unnecessary punches from the hero or the villain.

Though Nani, the film’s protagonist, has very less screen time, his absence is not felt. The romantic sequences between Samantha and Nani aren’t exaggerated at all, and look simple and feel good. Samantha too has done a neat job handling the character. But it is Kiccha Sudeep who is the clear winner. He has the right style and attitude required for the role. He plays the cruel man, who is being terrorized by a fly. The sequences between the fly and Sudeep in the first half are hilarious to the core. Usually, in most of the films, it will be the hero or the heroine who would have to carry out all types of emotions. But quiet contrarily, in Naan Ee, it is the villain who had to portray all types of emotions, and Sudeep has handled it with brilliance. Santhanam, though appears in a guest role, makes an impression. Devadharshini and Adithya, in character roles have delivered what is required.

The CG and visual effects department must be applauded for such a wonderful job. They have made a fly to emote, dance and show gestures and that too with meticulous concentration on the details.

Another boost for the film is its music. Songs are very good, and with the visuals, it is more attractive. But it is the background music that scores more. The sarcastic touches by Keeravani here and there when Sudeep suffers the fly attack, contribute to the film’s humour in a big way.

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KK Senthil Kumar’s cinematography is another marvel in the film. The ultra-motion shots, like those in the song ‘Rules Kidayadhu’, are awe inspiring. Be it the lighting, framing or compositions, everything were perfect and visually pulchritudinous. The cinematography is perfectly supported by Kotagiri Venkateshwara Rao’s pacy editing. The sound engineering of the film can match the western quality to some extent.

On the whole, Naan Ee is an awe inspiring magical journey and a wholesome family entertainer. These two and a half hours will probably be the only time in one’s whole life, when we would love a fly.

Verdict: High on entertainment quotient

Naan
Directed byJeeva Shankar
Produced byFathima Vijay Antony
Written byNeelan K. Sekar
(Dialogue)
Jeeva Shankar
(Additional Dialogue)
Screenplay byJeeva Shankar
Story byJeeva Shankar
Starring
Music byVijay Antony
CinematographyJeeva Shankar
Edited bySathish Suriya
Vijay Antony Film Corporation
Distributed bySri Devar Pictures
  • 15 August 2012
143 minutes
LanguageTamil

Naan (English: Me) is a 2012 IndianTamil-language crime thriller film written and directed by Jeeva Shankar in his directorial debut. Composer Vijay Antony plays the lead role of a psychopathic killer; he also produced the film and worked as the music director. Siddharth Venugopal and Rupa Manjari appeared in supporting roles. The filming of Naan began in April 2010,[1] and the film was released on 15 August 2012. The movie was remade in Bengali in 2015 as Amanush 2 and in Kannada in 2016 as Asthitva. The film was followed by a sequel titled Salim, an action thriller that released in 2014. The plot of the film is loosely based on 1999 American film The Talented Mr. Toontown offline v3 download. Ripley.

Plot[edit]

As a little boy, Karthik (Vignesh Krishna Hariharan) is a brilliant student but already shows signs of criminal behavior, forging his friend's parent's signature on a mark sheet. Sent home from school early for this misdeed, Karthik is shocked to discover his mother (Charmila) in bed with his uncle. His mother begs him not to tell his father, but he does so, and his father commits suicide. Karthik's mother and uncle continue their relationship; Karthik then kills his mother and uncle by setting the house on fire. He is sent to a juvenile home where he grows up. On his release, the warden gives him the address of another of his uncles and asks him to concentrate on his studies.

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Karthik's uncle and aunt are not interested in taking him in, so he goes to Chennai to start a new life. As fate would have it, the bus meets with an accident, and his co-passenger Salim (Saravanan) dies. Karthik[ [Vijay Anthony]]steals Salim's documents, adopts his identity, and enrolls in a medical school. He develops friendships with a rich fellow-student named Ashok (Siddharth Venugopal), his girlfriend Rupa (Rupa Manjari), and their friend Suresh (Vijay Victor). Ashok allows Karthik to stay in his house rent-free. Later, Salim and Ashok encounter the warden from the juvenile home, who seems to recognize Karthik. However, since Karthik is now impersonating Salim, he picks a fight with the warden and swears that he is not Karthik. This incident causes Ashok to doubt his friend's identity.

One day, Ashok and Suresh plan to go to a farmhouse without Rupa. Suresh suggests that they take some other girls along. Salim lets Rupa know of this plan. Rupa starts to suspect Ashok's fidelity, and Ashok worries that Salim betrayed him to Rupa. Ashok slaps Salim and asks him to get out of his place. Salim, seeing no other way, apologizes to him and looks for another lodging.

Ashok is still full of suspicion. While Salim is showering, Ashok opens Salim's briefcase. He finds a photo of Salim's real-life father and realizes that it is a different man from the one that Salim had introduced as his father earlier. Suddenly, Salim enters the room and asks Ashok to give back the photo. Ashok refuses, removes Salim's towel, and confirms that he is not a Muslim, as he was not circumcised. Salim gets angry and pushes Ashok; Ashok hits his head on a table and dies. At first, Salim is shocked by this unexpected accident, but he then covers up the murder so intelligently that no one ever finds out that Ashok is dead. When a family friend of Ashok's, who has seen Ashok only in his childhood, plans to meet him, he successfully impersonates Ashok in front of Ashok's own parents and Rupa.

Suresh, however, discovers Salim's deception. Salim then kills Suresh and buries him. The following day, the police come and reveal that they have found Suresh's corpse. They interrogate several people in the community including Salim, but they cannot find the truth. They conclude that Ashok killed Suresh and then absconded; meanwhile, they consider Karthik (now back to impersonating Salim) an innocent student. Karthik continues to live as Salim, after seeking permission from Salim's father and promises to take care of him. The film ends with the tagline 'To Be Continued', which hints at a sequel.

Cast[edit]

  • Vijay Antony as Karthik (Mohammed Salim)
  • Siddharth Venugopal as Ashok Ravindran
  • Rupa Manjari as Rupa
  • Anuya Bhagvath as Priya
  • Vijay Victor as Suresh
  • Vibha Natarajan as Uma
  • Charmila as Karthik's mother
  • Saravanan as Mohammed Salim
  • Pramod as Inspector Duraipandiyan
  • Shyam as Ashok's enemy

Production[edit]

The film was initially launched in 2008, with Siddharth Venugopal and Rukmini Vijayakumar playing the lead roles, however, due to the failure of his previous film Ananda Thandavam, the producer Oscar Ravichandran called off the project.[2] The film restarted with Vijay Antony's intervention in December 2010 who also took the lead role from Siddharth.

Soundtrack[edit]

Naan
Soundtrack album to Naan by
Released4 June 2011 30 July 2012
Recorded2012
GenreFilm soundtrack
LanguageTamil
LabelGemini Audio
T-Series
ProducerVijay Antony
Vijay Antony chronology
Velayudham
(2011)
Naan
(2011)
Daruvu
(2012)

The soundtrack has six tracks, composed by Vijay Antony himself. Following Yuvan Shankar Raja, who created single tracks in Vaanam and Mankatha, Vijay Antony too released a single track 'Makkayala Makkayala' in June 2011. All the songs in the album are composed by Vijay Antony.[3]

Track list
No.TitleLyricsSinger(s)Length
1.'Makkayala Makkayala'PriyanKrishan Maheson, Mark Thomas, Shakthisree Gopalan4:52
2.'Thapellam Thape Illai'AsminAdhi, Santhosh Hariharan4:27
3.'Ulaginil Miga Uyaram'AnnamalaiVijay Antony4:49
4.'Dinnam Dinnam'AnnamalaiDeepak4:35
5.'No One Is Perfect (Theme)'Instrumental2:56
6.'Thappelam Thappe Illai (Version 2)'AsminVijay Antony2:36
Total length:24:25

Release[edit]

Critical reception[edit]

Malathi Rangarajan of The Hindu praised as 'Well done!' and said: 'A plethora of pluses make Naan watch-worthy. Vijay Antony’s acumen comes to the fore in his choice of a subject that’s strong and a character that’s stronger'.[4] N. Venkateswaran of The Times of India gave Naan 3.5 out of 5 stars, writing that 'but for some minor blips, the writing (and therefore the movie too) is pretty gripping throughout, and keeps the audience on the edge of the seats', calling it '[T]he perfect thriller to spice up the weekend'.[5]IBNLive wrotet that 'Naan' is racy and appealing' and also adding that 'it is a racy crime thriller that is quite an appealing effort from Jeeva Shankar and Vijay Antony.'[6] The Behindwoods Review Board gave the film 2.5 out of 5, calling it a 'suspense thriller that works for most parts.'[7]Deccan Chronicle stated that 'Vijay Antony changes beat'.[8]Sify rated it average, calling it a 'decent psychological thriller.'[9]

Upon release, it was noted that the film had been inspired by The Talented Mr. Ripley.[10][11]

Other languages[edit]

Following its success in the Tamil market, the film was dubbed in Telugu, to be released under the title Nakili.[12] It was remade in Bengali as Amanush 2 which released in April 2015.[13] Kannada Remake released in 2016 as Asthitva.

Awards[edit]

CeremonyCategoryNomineeResult
2nd South Indian International Movie AwardsBest Music DirectorVijay AntonyNominated
Best Debutant ProducerNominated
Best Male DebutantNominated

Legacy[edit]

A sequel to the movie was released in August 2014 by the name Salim. In March 2014, it was reported that the film would be remade in Hindi with Prashanth in the lead role. Despite a production delay, Thiagarajan confirmed during an interview that the film would be made in February 2017.[14][15]

References[edit]

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  1. ^'Vijay Antony's onscreen debut with 'Naan''. Southdreamz.com. 16 February 2010. Retrieved 18 August 2012.
  2. ^'Cinema Plus / Cinema : New kid on the block'. The Hindu. 10 April 2009. Retrieved 18 August 2012.
  3. ^S. R. Ashok Kumar (4 August 2012). 'Arts / Cinema : Audio Beat: Naan'. The Hindu. Retrieved 18 August 2012.
  4. ^Rangarajan, Malathi (18 August 2012). 'Naan: I for intelligence'. The Hindu. Retrieved 13 August 2020.
  5. ^Venkateswaran, M. (15 August 2012). 'Naan movie review: Wallpaper, Story, Trailer at Times of India'. The Times Of India. Retrieved 18 August 2012.
  6. ^'Tamil Review: 'Naan' is racy and appealing'. IBNLive. 16 August 2012. Retrieved 23 August 2012.
  7. ^'Naan Review - Naan Movie Review'. Behindwoods.com. Retrieved 18 August 2012.
  8. ^'Naan review: Vijay Antony changes beat'. Deccan Chronicle. 19 August 2012. Retrieved 23 August 2012.
  9. ^'Movie Review:Naan'. Sify.com. 17 August 2012. Retrieved 18 August 2012.
  10. ^Mannath, Malini (19 August 2012). 'Naan (Tamil)'. The New Indian Express. Retrieved 21 January 2016.
  11. ^'PLAGIARISM POLICING IS GOING OUT OF HAND'. Times of India. 25 May 2016.
  12. ^'Suriya launches Nakili'. Behindwoods.com. 29 September 2012. Retrieved 9 November 2012.
  13. ^'Arya and Jiiva in Jeeva Shankar's next? - Times of India'.
  14. ^'A mastermind at work'. 11 February 2017 – via www.thehindu.com.
  15. ^'Welcome cinemalead.com - Hostmonster.com'. www.cinemalead.com.

External links[edit]

  • Naan on IMDb
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