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Mysskin has given one of the best films in Tamil. The film runs around two main characters Bhaskar Mani and Akhilesh. Bhasker Mani spent most part of his life at mental asylum and Akhilesh,a schoolboy,was separated from his mother. The both meet at a situation and start their journey in searching their mothers. What happens is the climax. Firstly,Nandalala is just not a movie. It's a journey that shows humanity in every scene. Mysskin as a director has just excelled in holding the viewers' attention. He makes the audience feel the pain of the characters, generate empathy and is even able to make one's eyes go moist. The emotions and happenings on screen look so genuine and endearing.Mysskin has lived the role of Bhaskar Mani and proved himself as a great actor. Ashwath Ram as a school-boy searching his mother has justified the role! Snigitha surprise in the film. But the hero of the film is Illaiyaraja-the music director of the film. His music expresses the feelings than the words by characters. He is the ultimate genius when it comes to creating soulful music that enhances the viewing experience. The music album had 6 songs each one a treat for ear. The camera handled by Mahesh Muthuswamy is so real and natural. And what a poetic title!!!
You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty. Mohandas Gandhi!!! The same Nandhalala conveys. Don't miss this epic film.
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