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'Trisha leda Nayanthara' Telugu Movie Review (2.0/5.0)

Cast: G.V. Prakash Kumar, Anandhi, Simran
Directed by: Adhik Ravichandran
Produced by: Rishi Media
Music by: G. V. Prakash Kumar
Release Date: November 5, 2015
Trisha leda Nayanthara - Story

Jeeva(G V Prakash) Ramya(Anandi) and Aditi(Manisha Yadav) are childhood friends who live in the same colony. As time passes by, Jeeva falls in love with Ramya. But their relationship is short lived as Ramya ditches Jeeva and moves on with her life.During the same time, Aditi proposes to an upset Jeeva. Seeing things favorable on his side, Jeeva says yes to Aditi. After dating for nearly three years, Aditi too ditches Jeeva for good. Left with no choice, a dejected Jeeva heads back to his native place for a break.There, he once again encounters Ramya. The only change this time around is that Ramya is a bit affectionate and cool. Cupid strikes once again and the couple star dating and decide to get married.Twist in the tale arises when Jeeva ditches Ramya all of a sudden and runs away. Why did Jeeva take this extreme step ? What is this chaos all about ? To know answers to these questions, you need to watch the film on the big screen.

Trisha leda Nayanthara - Star Performance
G V Prakash has impressed as an actor. The expressions are flowing quite naturally for him. There was not a single scene where I felt he is just 2 movies old. Anandhi is a rare gem which has to be possessed. Manisha is used as a glam doll. She hardly wears dresses. VTV Ganesh brings the roof down with his one liners and he has done a full fledged comedy role this time. Simran has given some matured performance in the second half. Other characters are just passing clouds. Cameo by Arya and Priya Anand was pretty good. GV Prakash could have danced a lot better in few portions. His acting skills are matured and he is slowly evolving as an actor. Anandhi proves her mettle that she can fit into any shoes easily. Yugee Sethu's portions could have been extended a little more. He hardly appears for two scenes and conveys some message.
Trisha leda Nayanthara - Technical Team

Camera work is pretty good as all the locations have been showcased well. Music by G V Prakash is decent but it is his background score which is a copy of his own old tunes. Certain double meaning dialogues written by Sashank Vennalkanti are good and executed in a timely manner. Editing is bad and so is the screenplay.Coming to the director Adik Ravichandran, he has done a below par job. His narration lacks experience as all the good points are wrapped up in the first half leaving the second part quite boring and tedious.

Trisha leda Nayanthara - Analysis
The movie is an 'Adults Only' thing and it might bother you little. Kindly don't watch this with your family members. But still it is a light hearted entertainer which you can enjoy alone. The witty one-liners and the real life incidents can make you fall in love with the movie. But still you can see lots of profanity and vulgarity everywhere. If you are taking your family to watch this movie, it is not the right kinda movie for you. This is like the movie, which has to be watched aloof in a room. Director Aadhik has conveyed a much needed message. But the way he conveyed was too harsh. He just has labeled all the girls are same. Some characters like 'CD shop owner', 'Sengal Psycho' were beautifully sketched in the screenplay portion. As we said, this movie is enjoyable only if you are alone.
Trisha leda Nayanthara - Trailer

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