Vikram Prabhu’s early thrillers equivalent to Arima Nambi, Sigaram Thodu and the likes did meet the necessities of neat thrillers that stored the audiences engaged. After fairly an extended hole, the actor has managed to seek out one other such movie and that’s Paayum Oli Nee Yenakku.
The movie relies on the character of Vikram Prabhu, who performs a person with low gentle blindness (he can’t see clearly throughout the evening as his imaginative and prescient is generally blacked out). The fascinating idea is sure with familial components and an motion packed setting the place the lead character comes head to head with gangsters. Paayum Oli Nee Yenakku follows a templatized narrative sample and is much like movies equivalent to Naan Mahaan Alla, Mr Chandramouli and Varathan, however the movie’s narrative is completed in an fascinating and interesting method that can curiosity followers of the style. Regardless of taking the standard revenge thriller path, it is ready to maintain the viewers for many elements and finally ends up being a watchable thriller.
Following Taanakkaran and his spectacular efficiency in Ponniyin Selvan 2, Vikram Prabhu palms out one other good efficiency within the movie. The actor does his finest to carry the character of a person with a imaginative and prescient impairment, and the sequences which use this idea are good to see.
The climax which is carried out in a intelligent method together with the crisp runtime that doesn’t permit too many melodramatic sequences is a plus. Vani Bhojan has a pleasant presence too, whereas Kannada actor Dhananjayaka is an efficient match.
The music by Sagar largely makes use of orchestral themes to amp up the thrill, whereas the cinematography is sweet as nicely. The stunt choreography by Dinesh Kasi is spectacular and one of many strengths of the movie.
On the entire, Paayum Oli Nee Yenakku is a positive thriller that packs in some good sequences and retains the ball rolling till the top. Paayum Oli Nee Yenakku Film Assessment by Siddarth Srinivas