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Review:NAM YEJAMANRU

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Film: NAM YEJAMANRU
Rating: 3.25/5
Banner: Balaji Digital studio
Cast: Vishnuvardhan, Lakshmi Gopalaswami, Navya Nair, Vijaya Raghavendra, Anant Nag and others
Music: Hamsalekha
Cinematography: Ramesh Babu
Director: Nagabharana TS
Producer: Rajkumari Rajshekar, Kari Subbu
Release Date:
February 28, 2009
 

Story:
A gripping tale, the story begins with Shashank (Vishnu) who happens to be a marriage counselor and he has a situation. There is the beautiful girl Charu (Navya) who thinks that she is married to Shashank but the truth is she is suffering from a multiple personality disorder as she goes through a major accident. On the other hand, Shashank has another problem since the insurance agency led by a strict investigator (Ananth Nag) suspects that his claim for insurance about his wife's (Lakshmi) death is fraudulent. To add to the woes, Charu's real boyfriend ( Vijaya Raghavendra) comes back and claims that Shashank has brainwashed her and is very enraged about the whole thing. Charu does not remember her past and at this point of time, Shashank reveals a truth that stuns all. What is that truth and does he manage to come out of all these issues forms the rest of the story.

Presentation:
The director has come up with an interesting storyline and he has presented in a very convincing manner, even the narrative was with the required depth. The dialogues were sensible, the script was written with clarity, the screenplay was effective. The songs were melodious and even the capturing of the same in the camera was exemplary. The locations were really good and even the art department has come out with a remarkable job. Editing was crisp and cut to the corner. Costumes were impressive. Vishnu has proved once again why he is the best for such roles and he carried his role with élan, Lakshmi was luscious and looked a perfect homely beauty, Vijaya Raghavendra was neat with his work, Anant Nag was superb, the real show stealer however was Navya Nair who played the disturbed role with great aplomb and created a major impact. The others did their bit to add value to the film.

Conclusion:
Perhaps this is the first time that a psychological issue was handled with such depth and while the first half goes about with the twists of the plot and how it thickens, the second half shows how the protagonist slowly unthreads each one and the pace of the film has been quite healthy. The highest point for this film is the last half hour where some really captivating scenes are there for the audience. The film has it all to appeal to the family audience and this will be a sure shot winner at the box office.

Bharatstudent Verdict : Worth watching!! Recommended!!
Tags: Nam Yejamanru, Vishnuvardhan, Lakshmi Gopalaswami, Navya Nair, Vijaya Raghavendra, Anant Nag
Posted On : 1st March, 2009
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