Village boy make an affair with girl and they continue it even if they grownup. Accidentally boy happened to caught in jail. But after small time he escaped from the jail and come to the ...
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Village boy make an affair with girl and they continue it even if they grownup. Accidentally boy happened to caught in jail. But after small time he escaped from the jail and come to the girl. The prison officials follow him and catch him. Girl also comes with them.
Mynaa is a movie the Tamil film industry would be proud off and is certainly among the top 10 best movies in past 10 years. Actors Vidharth and Amala Paul pull of performances that would be associated with those of the old school veteran actors. Without doubt,the movie's greatest USP is the stunning, picturesque back drop located in Tamil Nadu-Kerala border. The movie is fast paced and of a reasonable length carried by crisp dialogues and rock solid script.The balance of emotional turmoil and pure, unadulterated love for a girl is frankly the most fascinating aspect captured in the film. Director Prabu Solomon manages to keep the viewer engrossed in the scene with subtle indications in and around of the events to come.The movie achieves the unique feat of having no vestigial characters with the presence of every person in the movie justified to some extent or the other.Music is good and are generally relevant to the progressing storyline.I would in no uncertain terms state the the ending of this movie is surprising and indeed refreshing. Tamil cinema is scaling new heights and Mynaa is proof.
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