Review of the film Nene Vasthunna by Dhanush: Dhanush who enjoyed success with Thiruchitrambalam in Tamil and Telugu as well, Dhanush did not promote the film in Telugu but Telugu audiences loved the content and even now he is not promoting his upcoming film called ‘Nene Vasthunna’ surprisingly the producers have ‘not even promoted the film in Tamil too and have not released the trailer, despite the fact that the film finally came out today September 29, 2022, well, let’s delve into the review and find out if the movie is worth watching.
Nene Vasthunna tells a boy who lives with his family in Ooty where he owns a resort, In the film Nene Vasthunna, with Dhanush, the protagonists are two people who appear strangely similar to each other.
Cast and crew
The cast of Nene Vasthunna’s film includes Dhanush, Indhuja, Elli Avram, “Ilayathilagam” Prabhu, Yogi Babu, Hiya Davey, Pranav, Prabhav, Frankinsten, Sylvensten, Thulasi, Saravana Subbaiyah, Shelly. N. Kumar, Selvaraghavan. The film is directed by Selvaraghavan and produced by Kalaippuli. S. Thanu. The music is composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja and the photography is curated by Om Prakash.
|Movie name||Nene Vasthunna|
|Music director||Yuvan Shankar Raja|
|Producer||Kalippuli. S. Thanu|
|Launch||Dhanush, Indhuja, Elli Avram, Ilayathilagam ”Prabhu, Yogi Babu, Hiya Davey, Pranav, Prabhav, Frankinsten, Sylvensten, Thulasi, Saravana Subbaiyah, Shelly. N. Kumar, Selvaraghavan|
Verdict of the film
Dhanush and Selvaragavan have made some classic films such as “Pudhupettai”, “Kadhal Kondein” and “Mayakkam Enna”, however, expectations have doubled since Nene Vasthunna’s announcement and many fans and viewers thought that another film would add their success list, unfortunately, the film did not look like that.
The film begins interestingly by establishing the key characters and the plot, the premise of the film engages you for a while, but the drama is unbearable and the slow narrative has lost viewers’ interest in watching the first half, sadly Dhanush does not could save the film, the second half becomes interesting when the protagonist’s backstory begins and his childhood trauma is convincing enough for his strange behavior.
The twists associated with Dejavu in the film engage the audience to some degree and Dhanush has brilliantly played a dual role as a family man, he’s just cool and easy-going and another character he’s played as a psychopath is just next level while shows his courage in that role, Elli Avaram, Induja did his best and Selvaraghvan once again made his mark as an actor and the rest of the cast did well.
Selva Raghavan is one of the most refined and singular directors of Indian cinema, her writing, her interpretation and the development of her character are different from any director, as a director she did her best for Nene Vasthunn but failed to involve the audience with his narration.
Technically, Nene Vasthunna is fine as Om Prakash captured some beautiful images of Ooty, some extreme close-ups of the characters and some blocks grabbed the viewer’s attention and Yuvan Shankar Raja’s songs are not up to par even in telugu and Tamil but left his mark in the scoring on the pitch and the rest of the technical team did their best.
Overall, Nene Vasthunna is only for those who enjoy different films.
- Performance by Dhanush
- Slow storytelling
- Lack of emotion