Nerungi Vaa Muthamidathe (2014) Tamil Movie Review | 5 Critic Reviews | Shabeer, Pia Bajpai, Sruthi Hariharan

cast:

Shabeer, Pia Bajpai, Sruthi Hariharan, Y Gee Mahendra, AL Alagappan, Thambi Ramaiah, Bala Saravanan

direction:

Nerungi Vaa Muthamidathe (2014) Tamil Movie PosterLakshmy Ramakrishnan

story:

Lakshmy Ramakrishnan

screenplay:

Lakshmy Ramakrishnan

dialogue:

cinematography:

Vinod Bharathi

music:

Madley Blues

produced by:

AV Anoop

language:

Tamil

genre:

Weird Aggregate Rating Neerungi Vaa Muthamidathe 4.8/10Drama

release date:

31-October-2014
run time:
114 minutes
censor certification:
U

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Reviews- (Ratings out of 10)
  •  Times Of India -M Suganth Rating-6
Using a multi-strand narrative, Lakshmy Ramakrishnan constructs a film that is part road movie, part thriller, and part drama. The film is set against the backdrop of a fuel crisis and there are at least a dozen key characters. There is Chandru (Shabeer), who agrees to transport 2,000 litres

  •  Deccan Chronicle -Anupama Subramanian Rating-4
When the entire state suffers due to petrol and diesel crisis, Chandru (debutant Shabeer), a truck driver, takes the task of transporting 2,000 litres of diesel from Trichy to Karaikal port after his scheming boss and local politician, Kaleeshwaran (A L Azhagappan) directs him to do so.

  •  Rediff -S Saraswathi Rating-4
Actress-turned-director Lakshmy Ramakrishnan made her directorial debut with the critically acclaimed Aarohanam, in 2012. She has directed several short films, is a popular TV presenter with her own reality show, and has given several memorable performances as an actor in

  •  Book My Show -Raisa Nasreen Rating-4
Imagine how hard it would be for a city to function without diesel. Lakshmy Ramakrishan’s Nerungi Vaa Muthamidathe attempts to recount the stories of the people who are affected by a diesel strike. But instead, the director gives us 3 stories, in form of a travelogue-drama

  •  Indiaglitz Rating-6
Of the many things that we take for granted, availability of fuel is a vital need that we ignore to value to the amount that it demands attention. Price hikes and scarcity are not a new phenomenon but what if this is to prolong for as long as it slaps the reality of everyday dependency on our face?
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