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Oru Nadigayin Vakku Moolam Movie Review  

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Oru Nadigayin Vakku Moolam Movie Review
  Movie Review : Oru Nadigayin Vakku Moolam
Rating : 2.25 / 5
Banner : Seven Sun Movie & S S A Movie
Cast : Sonia Agarwal, Ganja Karuppu, Rajkapoor and Others
Music Director : Aadhish
Cinematographer : Naga Krishnan
Producer: K Prashanth
Director: Rajkrishna
Released Date: December 30, 2011
Oru Nadigayin Vakku Moolam Kollywood Movie Review

Story: A hard hitting tale, the story begins with a journalist (geetha) who is on the lookout for the much talked about actress Anjali (sonia) who has vanished without a trace. After lot of hiccups she manages to find her and the past is revealed. Anjali comes to cine circuit because her mother vows to make her an actress. After lot of rejections, Anjali gets an offer as she agrees for casting couch. She shoots to fame with that break. However, her mother gets more greedy and in this process, Anjali gets exploited by those in the industry. Unable to take it, she takes a drastic decision. What happens after that forms the rest of the story.

Oru Nadigayin Vakku Moolam Tamil Cinema Review

Presentation: The director has come up with a sensitive storyline and while the presentation was alright, the narrative was not upto the mark. The dialogues were decent, the script was written with some appeal but screenplay was not prompt. Background score was good and songs were just okay. Cinematography was upto the mark. Editing was required during the climax scenes. Costumes were natural and stylish while the art department was apt. Sonia Agarwal has got that sensuous appeal and she does her bit to fit the role. Raj Kapoor was regular. Girija was good. Ganja Karuppu was nice. Kovai Sarala, Manobala did their bit as required. Nicole was not used to her potential.

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Conclusion: The film deals with the other side of the film industry where women are treated like objects of lust and desire. While the first half looks promising with the kind of taking and intensity, the second half falters due to the weak narrative and the climax gets too preachy and dragged. Overall, this is a film which will connect more to those who are associated with the industry and the seriousness cannot be understood by all genres of audience. At the box office, this could be a below average grosser.
Bharatstudent verdict: Not that revolutionary!!

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