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But I was expecting her to be a cougar; the kind of role we have mostly seen in such films.
The film respects and disrespects women at the same time.
Film: Trisha Illana Nayanthara Language: Tamil Director: Adhik Ravichandran Cast: GV Prakash Kumar, Anandi, Manisha Yadav, VTV Ganesh, Simran and Arya Rating: 3/5 Debutant Adhik Ravichandran’s Trisha Illana Nayanthara, an A-certified adult comedy, was promoted as the boldest Tamil film of this generation, and as strictly intended for adults.
It’s bold to an extent, but not quite enough and that’s disappointing, considering it was Tamil cinema’s first attempt at the genre and I wish they had gone all the way.
Imagine what would happen if women expect the same from men?
He’s definitely improved as an actor from his last film Darling.
Aditi pretends to be fast asleep and when he leaves the room, her friend asks her why would she invite him and disappoint. It’s a lovely scene and you can’t stop yourself from laughing, even though it seems a bit awkward. I mean, why settle with these funny references when you had the license to go all guns blazing.
Aditi says men drive aggressively when they’re drunk and she’s afraid of speed. Because when most youngsters today grew up watching American Pie and probably came of age watching Sunny Leone’s X-rated films, what’s the harm in giving them a localized version of Hollywood sex comedies?
The childhood sequences are fun to watch, especially the scene where the trio uses a cussword substitute to get back at a bully.
Adhik shows a lot of promise as a filmmaker with good understanding of what young audiences want.
Watch: Prakash’s girl problem in Trisha Illana Nayanthara trailer In a scene, when Jeeva finds out that Aditi drinks too, he lectures her about how unsafe it’s for women to drink and what would happen if they are found drunk on road.