With few hours left for the release of Naan Sigappu Manithan, we bring you an exclusive look on what’s so special about this ambitious project of Vishal-Thiru duo that has already swayed with incredible success in movies like ‘Theeratha Vilaiyaattu Pillai’ and ‘Samar’. Although these films belonged to different genres, they have come up with the next level of thinking, which is something first of its kind in the Indian film industry.
Narcolepsy – the disorder that has been never attempted before in any films. Thiru had come across certain real life testimonials of the persons affected with such health disorders. Perhaps, you may assume this to be a boon as many are failing to get proper sleep these days. But the director reaffirms saying that it’s just in the beginning, but as the time proceeds, the patients are bound to serious scenarios.
This would the characterisation of Vishal on the screens as Thiru embeds his characterisation into various situations of comedy, romance, action, pathos, survival and triumph. It is not an easy thing to recreate an onscreen chemistry for the lead pair. Yeah! That’s perfect rejuvenation of Vishal and Lakshmi Menon as they look so much perfect with their sizzling chemistry. Don’t assume this to be patently for the sake of lip-locks of what you have been seeing in trailers and buzzes raised by the media channels. According to the close sources, this is a situation that has got nothing to do with the ‘Teen-ecstasy or fantasy’ of what you may call it. This happens during the critical juncture of the film and will add on more impact to the situation placed in screenplay.
The makers assure that the complete show of 2hrs. 29 minutes will keep the audiences so much engrossed over the racy narration of Thiru.
The scintillating songs by GV Prakash and top-notch cinematography of Richard M Nathan have distinctly been acclaimed as the pillars of this flick.