That fact can regularly be more interesting than fiction is the point chief Bala needs to commute home in Naachiyaar. Bala is known for catching existences of straightforward individuals from the lower financial foundation with an applicable message to the society.There's a ton that is splendid about Naachiyaar especially the effortlessness of its characters and their activities. Dissimilar to Bala films, there are no miscreants here and the film closes on a cheerful note.Two young people Kaathu (GV Prakash), a natural product seller and Arasi (Ivana), a house cleaning specialist meet and begin enjoying each other. The film opens with a pregnant Arasi being captured by ACP Naachiyaar (Jyothika) and another group drove by Feroz (Rockline Venkatesh) capturing Kaathu who is blamed for assaulting a minor.
To be reasonable, the acting is reliably first rate in all cases. Newcomer Ivana, with and a quite new face and huge expressive eyes makes a completely conceivable Arasi. Jyothika gets away from the dreary parts that she was playing in her last two movies and as ACP Naachiyaar, a straightforward cop, she sparkles. As an ass-kicking activity star she is invigorating, and is an overcome endeavor from the performer.The main half has a place with GV Prakash and he is so great and persuading that it's hard not to surrender to his charm.Never transforming Kaathu into an exaggeration or a generalization, GV Prakash drives the route with a breathtaking execution that doesn't overlook anything. There's no starry things in this execution, which effortlessly tallies among his best.
Theni Eshwar's aeronautical shots of waste and rich regions emblematically speak deeply plot of the film. The pursuing scenes are first class. Ilaiyaraaja demonstrates why he is as yet the ruler of foundation score, his capacity to movement alongside the temperament of the film is impeccable. The fresh run time of 100 minutes is another huge preferred standpoint for the film.Be that as it may, having stated, Naachiyaar isn't an ideal film as there are a considerable measure of escape clauses. Will a senior officer in ACP rank waste their chance over such a human rights case? What's more, the merciless scene in peak feel constrained and produced, just to give Jyothika's charcter a saint picture?...Overall, Naachiyaar is a film that begins off gradually however draws you into its show. At a fresh 100 minutes, it's an impeccably fulfilling watch that merits your chance.