Saturday, December 10, 2011

Mayakkam Enna

A photographer pursuing his aspire to become a wildlife photographer, is a one line story of the Tamil film Mayakkam Enna (why this dizziness?), which might bewitch one through the dramatic performance by leads and cinematography in unusual lights to delight. Bearing the burden to their shoulders to full-fledged and in complete strain, Dhanush and Richa has done an impressive act.
This is first of the Selvaraghavan movie I am watching quite, though may be matured enough to understand and appreciate the acting want me watch it and except for the slow-paced, the movie enrolls in emotion and enhanced dusk. Richa as a debut doesn’t exhaust anywhere but instead refreshing in every aspect almost kept away the boredom to somewhat and the way she stares striking.

Dhanush portraits the role of a photographer very well and conveys the message of how the freelance photographers take it as a career on behalf and just being passionate struggles to get qualified and how easily the hard works are stolen without copyright. The movie at a different dimension has revel the way love is looked today; and too much on drinks is somehow awake or to inspire the youth to hold on?

Music by G.V. Prakash renders along the movie without diversion and all songs are written by the siblings Selva and Dhanush are youth attraction and sense a lot to the story. Kadhal En Kadhal, one of my favorite songs in the album is set wonderful to a backdrop of folk dancers and Pirai Thedum song was so expressive and animated! The cinematography is best at exposing the dusk and even a bit of light is highlighted. Mayakka Enna – an emotional picture.

14 comments:

Jyoti Mishra said...

after reading your review... its looking interesting to me too !!

kalaiselvisblog said...

nice review... i 2 read d story... eagerly waitg 2 watch dis one...

dat animated song was very nice...

Kalyan said...

nice reading the review...looks an interesting movie!

Shreya said...

Hmm.. nice review. Tamil movies are nice. I have seen few. Bollywood usually copies tamil films. I have to see this movie in translated version. :)

Srinivas said...

I have heard mixed reviews about the film, Jeevan, and this one seemed to combine somewhat the major points of the good and bad reviews. Nice job! :)

Krishna said...

nice review...

thanks for leaving a comment on my post

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

Will have to take a look!

Rahul Bhatia said...

Nice review

Urmi said...

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Ash said...

Sounds very interesting. I'd love to watch this. Thanks for the review Jeevan.

Rajesh said...

Great review.

Irfanuddin said...

hi Jeevan....

visisting ur space after long span of time, thanks for all the wishes n concern of yours during those tough moments, i am back here and trying to catch up with all of you.....

Take care,
irfan.

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