Vishal Krishna has given moderate hits in the recent years. His films have done fairly well at the Box Office in spite of winning good reviews from critics. His last film Pandia Nadu is a classic example of it. Now, the actor, who is steadily growing as a bankable actor, is trying his best to deliver a commercial Blockbuster with Naan Sigappu Manithan.
The actor has teamed up with Thiru, who had earlier worked with him in movies like Theeradha Vilaiyattu Pillai and Samar. The film is produced by the actor himself under his home banner Vishal Film Factory in association with UTV Motion Pictures.
Lakshmi Menon is playing the female lead role with GV Prakash Kumar composing music and Richard M Nathan handling the camera department. Anthony L Ruben is the editor of the flick. Now, let us see in the movie review what the team has to offer…
The concept of Narcolepsy affected Vishal has drawn huge public attention. And this has turned to become the prime attraction of Naan Sigappu Manithan. We are introduced to a character named Indran played by Vishal Krishna.
A flashback opens up and we see his sufferings of Narcolepsy, a chronic neurological disorder caused by the brain’s inability to regulate sleep-wake cycles normally.
Whenever he faces extreme happiness and anger, Indran faints or falls asleep. In his diary, he has 10 must-do desires in his life. He has friends played by Jagan and Sundar Ramu.
His supportive mother (Saranya Ponvannan) helps in his journey and he fulfils his dreams one after the other. As expected, he comes across Meera (Lakshmi Menon), a girl from a rich family who falls in love with him.
Her father Jayaprakash opposes her love as he is worried about Vishal’s disease. At this stage, Lakshmi Menon decides to cure her beau’s disorder.