Star-casts: Ravi Krishna, Akshara, Tamana, Nasser, Karunaas and many others
Banner: S P R Entertainments
Production: Suryaprakash Rao
Story, Screenplay, Dialogues and Direction: Lakshmikanth
Music: T. Anil
Ravi Krishna who struggled to get himself achieving a good position in the film industry has found a good hope with Netru Indru Naalai. As in real life, Ravi Krishna resembles similar role of different characterization where a youngster named Vetri (Ravi Krishna) from Village sets all the way to city for seeking fortune in City. But dreams are faded in town as there none of them do help this young lad. He so despaired when his parents breathe their last due to anxiety. Finally, situations urge him to commit suicide and he heads to track on railway crossing laying him there.
He finds a corpse over there on the same track and a phone rings up there. The voice over utters, ‘Come and collect Rs.5 Lakhs by tonight’. Immediately, he picks up the wallet of dead person and finds his identity name as Kishore.. For a greater part, none of the people related to Kishore have really seen him and so it’s easy for Vetri to go on.
As the money account keeps increasing, he turns to be rich over the night. Meanwhile, a new girl named Swapna (Akshara) assuming Vetri to be Kishore enters into his life. Of course, things aren’t so smooth once baddies enter into the scene assuming Vetri to be Kishore start planning to bump off him.
So, what’s actually happening around Vetri? Would he be able to unravel the things much before he is taken into tasks by the baddies? Will he trace the identity of Kishore? Forms the crux of the story.
Nothing to blame on the entire star-casts for everyone does a good job including Thamannah who just appears in cameo role. Ravi Krishna takes on with a good hope and looks fresh while Akshara is good to be seen in glam-shots. Nasser as money lender do justice to his role with a decent job and ditto to Karunaas.
Lakshmikanth strike with a film of fine predilection. The theme has been well narrated and crisp precise screenplay with no loose ends adds more strength. Seemingly, the auteur will take a great fleet with his next film (remake of Hindi Movie Taxi No.4777 with 9111 IN Tamil). Dialogues are sure to win applause especially from the young guys who are struggling to come up in life and drenched in anxiety of city life.
Musical score offers nothing special while attributes of cinematography are good and pleasing for the eyes.
On the whole, Netru Indru Naalai offers new dimension for Ravi Krishna and a good work by Lakshmikanth. The film could have been bit and more perfectly crafted for few aspects looks soulless.
Bottom – Line: Unexpected show from Ravi Krishna
Verdict: Interesting but Boring.