Ninaithu Ninaithu Parthen

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Ninaithu Ninaithu Parthen
Directed byManikandan
Produced byBabu Raja
StarringVikranth
Ashita
Music byJoshua Sridhar
CinematographyMadhu Ambat
Edited byKola Bhaskar
Production
company
JJ Good Films
Release date
  • 18 May 2007 (2007-05-18)
CountryIndia
LanguageTamil

Ninaithu Ninaithu Parthen is a 2007 Tamil romantic film directed by Manikandan. The film starred Vikranth and Ashita in the lead roles, while Karunas and Roja appeared in other pivotal role. The film produced by Babu Raja, had music scored by Joshua Sridhar and told the story of Indian student falling in love with a Pakistani girl. The film released in 2007 to below average collections and reviews.[1]

Plot[edit]

This movie is similar to Romeo and Juliet, a tragic love story about two star-crossed lovers. The movie focuses on the love that blossoms between an Indian student (Vikranth) and a Pakistani girl. The movie is essentially about how they must both fight against forces which oppose them. The movie outlines some of the most complex themes and problems that occur between the two countries. The story alternates between Vikranth's parents searching for him, while the flashback of the incidence are portrayed along the way. Eventually, near the end, the Pakistani girl suicides thinking her lover is going to die. However, Vikranth turns up to find her dead. This causes him to break down, eventually psychologically affecting him. As time goes on, Vikranth physical appearance changed to the point where no one recognizes him. The movie ends on a sad note, where his own mother fails to recognize her own son.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

Noted cardiologist Dr K. M. Cherian made a special appearance in the film, while yesteryear actor Shankar also was roped in for the film. Delhi girl Ashitha was paired with Vikranth in the film in her debut role. About the title, director Manikandan said that the inspiration stemmed from the famous song "Ninaithu Ninaithu Parthen" from the film, 7G Rainbow Colony, directed by his mentor Selvaraghavan.

Soundtrack[edit]

Release[edit]

Behindwoods.com described the film, citing "taking a look at the positives of the movie (well, there are very few), the choice of subject should come first. It is a sensitive theme which has a lot of scope and the director did show good vision in choosing it. But everything else is downhill."[2] Sify labelled it as a "big bore", citing "it is one of the most turgid and regressive movies in recent times. There is no semblance of style or substance and is extremely slow moving, or more importantly lacks a script!".[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Friday Review Chennai / Cinema : Certain stand". The Hindu. 24 July 2009. Retrieved 25 June 2012.
  2. ^ "Ninaithu Ninaithu Parthen movie review". Behindwoods.com. 26 November 2006. Retrieved 25 June 2012.
  3. ^ "Movie Review:Ninaithu Ninaithu Parthen". Sify.com. Retrieved 25 June 2012.