Mynaa - Reviews
Starring :Vidhaarth, Anaka, Thambi Ramaiya J
Music :D Imman
Director :Prabhu Salmon
Producer :John Max
Hardly such films come and only one or two, that too once in a bluemoon, manage to win the admiration of the audience. Mynaa, a movie by Prabhu Solomon, joins this elite club by presenting the love story of an ordinary couple.
The film is simple and straight-forward. As a result, it touches the heart and makes us forget the little lag which is there in some parts. Though it reminds Paruthiveeran here and there, Mynaa is an honest attempt and there is no denying to it.
Suruli (Vidarth) escapes from a jail in Theni to stop the wedding of his ladylove Mynaa (Amala). As he succeeds in his attempt, he is caught by officials Bhaskar (Sethu) and Ramaiah (Thambi Ramaiah).
On their way back from Kurangani (a village on Tamilnadu-Kerala border), they realise that Suruli is gold at heart and even want to help him join hands with his lover. A sudden twist comes to Mynaa’s life at this point of time and what’s next is a touching climax.
It’s a heroine-centric movie and Amala is a right pick for it. The girl emotes well. Equally good is Vidarth. Both the young actors play their part very good while the others, all newcomers (but for Thambi Ramaiah), are nice fit to their respective roles.
Sukumar’s cinematography and D Imman’s music are the wings of ‘Mynaa’, so to say. While the former takes you a trip to Kurangani, the latter mesmerises with his beautiful score by taking a break from his usual loud style.
On the whole, Mynaa, produced by Shalmo Studios and distributed by Udhayanidhi Stalin’s Red Giant Movies and Kalpathi S Aghoram’s AGS Entertainment, is an honest and different venture. If you are ready to forget the pace in which the movie moves, Mynaa could be a delight, for such movies are rare.