Lens Movie Review Tamil Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Lens"
Runtime: 1 Hour 29 Minutes
Certificate: A
Released: 12-05-2017
Genre: Drama
2.5 / 5.0

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" Lens" is a Tamil, Malayalam and English trilingual film directed by Jayaprakash Radhakrishnan. The film has Jayaprakash Radhakrishnan, Anand Sami, Aswathy Lal and Misha Ghoshal in the lead roles. The film is produced by Mini Studios. Grassroot Film Company of director “ Vetrimaaran” distributes the film. The music composition is by “ G V Prakash Kumar” and the cinematography is by “S R Kathir.” Even before the release, the film has witnessed the International Film Festivals and garnered appreciation.

Plot

It is about a voyeuristic man, who is well settled in his life with a good job, marriage and kids. Aravind separates his wife due to his interest in virtual sex relationships. His voyeuristic behavior takes him to an extreme, which threatens his life. Aravind has a sexual chat session online with a lady. During the session, he gets a chat request from Nikki, who is unknown to Aravind. He starts chatting with Nikki. Soon, he comes to know that Nikki is not a lady but a man named Yohan. Later, Yohan started threatening Aravind that he would upload the late night movements of Aravind to the social media. What will be Aravind’s reaction to this? Watch it in the theaters!

Star Performance

All the stars had done their role pretty well. Jayaprakash and Anand Sami, the lead actors, had done justice to the roles. Misha, whom we have seen as a college girl and a young IT company employee in her previous films, is seen in a different role this time.

Analysis

The director cum actor Jayaprakash has chosen a different subject and in fact, this is new to Kollywood. The best parts of the film are cinematography and the cast selection. Anand Sami suited the role best and he had delivered it well.

What’s There?

  • Different story plot
  • Performance of the lead stars is good
  • Anand Sami emotes well
  • Cinematography makes the viewers feel as if the incidents happen before them

What’s Not There?

  • Not for family audiences

Verdict

Although the film is not for family audiences, it shows how a person is trapped online and threatened to death.


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