Nanbargal Narpani Mandram Movie Review

Nanbargal Narpani Mandram Movie Review Tamil Movie Review
Review for the film " Nanbargal Narpani Mandram"
Runtime: 2 Hours 20 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 22-05-2015
Genre: Drama
2 / 5.0

Plot: Nanbargal Narpani Mandram is the film that states the social activities done by the friends using a committee. This film is directed by Radha Bharathy, who introduced Prashanth to the film industry through Vaigaasi Poranthaachu. Now he has introduced Jainath and Akshaya through Nanbargal Narpani Mandram. This film also has Aadukalam Naren, Mottai Rajendran, Imman Annachi, Singam Puli and many more people.

The music is scored by Srikanth Deva. The story plot is the hero and the friends do some social activities that impress the heroine. How they both overcomes the hurdles and succeed in their life is the main part of the story.

Sathya is the hero, who has a gang of friends with mischievous behavior and kind at heart to help the people. Sathya meets Divya in a temple and love at first sight starts from the time he meets her. They start loving each other. Soon they realize they both were childhood friends. Divya learnt music from Sathya’s mother in her childhood days. Her father was unable to run the family and asks for some job to Sathya’s father. Sathya’s father offers him a driver job. Soon Divya’s father chets his employer’s family and make them to lose all their properties.

Now Sathya is in a critical situation to decide his future. But his mother accepts their love and convinces his father too. When they went to Divya’s house to fix the marriage, her father insults them and tells them that Divya will be married to his nephew. Divya does not want to marry her cousin, as he is a local rowdy. In one situation, Divya was kidnapped by the gangsters and was about to be murdered. How the hero saves the heroine is the climax of the story.

This story is a usual script that is painted with the new comers. Though there are so many leading actors, the story does not move interestingly. Nanbargal Narpani Mandram… loses its hope!