Naa Peru Shiva Trailers

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K E Gnanavelraja
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Love - Action

Naa Peru Shiva Trailers
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Shiva (Karthi) is a middle class guy who is waiting for a job opportunity. He loves Priya (Kajal Agarwal) whom he meets in a marriage. She too falls for him but their love is not approved by Priya’s father. As per his wish Shiva takes up a job in a bank. Everything goes fine for Shiva until a group of college kids plans a murder attempt on his father. Why are they after Shiva’s father, what happens next is to be seen on the screen.

Artist Perfomances
Karthi is simply superb as Shiva. He did a marvelous job in the first hour with impeccable comic timing and he is equally menacing in the last fight. His brother Suriya who is a terrific actor needs to work out to look perfect for each role but Karthi is gifted with a flexible body with which he could easily switch genres.

Kajal Agarwal is cute. She has very little to do in this film. She is hardly seen in the second half. Two among five villains will leave an impact. Jayaprakash, Raviprakash, Soori and others did well within their limitations.

Dialogues are crisp. Music by Yuvan Shankar Raja is good. His background score is the life for this film. Madhi’s cinematography is another plus point. Kasi Viswanath’s editing is crisp. Only fight composed by Anal Arasu is breathtaking. Production values are very good. Director Suseendran’s plot may not appeal to everyone but he shines as a director. Only complaint about his work is he kept the core content till the climax and he had to hurry to wrap up things in that time. Had he given enough time for the hero to go on a rampage, masses would have lapped it up.

Director Suseendran made a successful debut in Tamil cinema with Vennila Kabaddi Kuzhu, which was later remade in Telugu as Bheemili Kabaddi Jattu. In this film Suseendran dealt with an urban based story which has romance, entertainment, family sentiment and crime blended in it. First half of the film races along at a brisk pace with lots of good comedy. Karthi is the source for all the fun in the first half. However, the movie takes an unexpected turn in the second hour and slowly turns out to be a crime thriller. There is so much edge of the seat stuff in the second hour despite few slow patches here and there.