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Release Date: 30 Nov 2012
Director: Seenu Ramasamy
Producer: Udhayanidhi Stalin
Music Director: N R Raghunathan
Cast: Vishnu, Sunaina, Thambi Ramiah, Samuthirakani, Pandi, Nandita Das, Saranya Ponvannan, Alagam Perumal
‘Neerparavai’ is tamil movie that revolves around the lives of fishermen in Nagapattinam district.It will be an emotional tale which would speak about their travails on sea and the sand.
Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu fame actor Vishnu play a male lead role and pair with Actress Sunaina.Seenu Ramasamy is director for the movie.Udhayanidhi Stalin is producer for the movie
Neer Paravai this movie is about one such incident that leaves a deep impact of grief for the helpless fishermen, who are succumbing to these cruel incidents.The film opens with middle-aged Esther (Nanditha Das) arrested for burying her husband Arulappasamy (Vishnu), who passed away before 26 years. Esther doesnâ??t miss to reveal that she murdered her husband.
The inquisitive enquiry begins and so is the flashback about the good-for-nothing Arulappasamy, who later transforms into a responsible person after falling in love with Esther (Sunaina). Itâ??s a blissful scenario for Arulappasamy and Esther as they get married with their parentsâ?? blessings and are blessed with a baby. While everything goes happy and peaceful, an incident changes their lives forever.
Seenu Ramasamy interweaves the real life incident on a emotional note laced with romance, sentiments and humour in places. Letâ??s not come up with prototyped statement â?? Vishnu has reached the next level of his career. Obviously, he has done a remarkable job, but itâ??s how he should be choosing his films.
He just gets into the skin of Arulappasamy with a ne plus ultra attempt on dialogue deliveries and mannerisms. On the pars, Sunaina excels with her stupendous act. Nice to see her sans makeovers with naturalistic look and dialogues that have humour and emotional touch.
The situation where he slams on media channels about presenting the brutal death of fisherman as TAMIL FISHERMEN HAVE DIED, NOT INDIAN FISHERMAN. If published like this, it would bring the unity of the entire fisherman across the country to fight for justice.
Black Pandi as Vishnuâ??s pal is convincing and National award winner Azhagam Perumal takes a cakewalk with his show. Azhagam Perumal as priest, Vadivukarasi as illicit liquor seller and Nanditha Das have done justice to their roles.