Netrikann :Nayanthara sheds the glamourous look as she locks horns with a serial killer
A clamoring city, missing ladies, kills, a sexual stalker, and a police test—Nayanthara-starrer Netrikann mixes in this load of components of normal wrongdoing spine chillers that we regularly will see. Regardless of the anticipated organization, chief Milind Rau’s film figures out how to hold the watcher’s advantage.
Netrikann, which was delivered on Disney in addition to Hotstar on Friday, follows Durga (Nayanthara), an outwardly tested lady whose way crosses with the main enemy attempted by Ajmal Ameer. Durga is presented as a CBI official as the film opens, yet that piece of her life endures a couple of scenes—she meets with a mishap which brings about loss of her vision. Durga’s sibling is additionally killed in the mishap. Rau doesn’t burn through a ton of time digging into her experience. The delightful verses of Sid Sriram’s ‘Idhuvum Kandandu Pogum’, cooperate as Durga is shown attempting to figure out how to live with her new world—one without light. Her friend canine likewise assumes an essential part in a vital scene in the film.
While Nayanthara seems to battle to fit in to the job of an outwardly tested lady in the primary half, she is in full structure in the second half as the film picks pace. The entertainer was most recently seen in Malayalam film Nizhal, one more spine chiller. What works for Netrikann is that Nayanthara goes for a de-glitz look, which helps the watcher to not see the elegant woman genius, yet a lady battling to save herself from a hunter and ultimately clashes with him. Nayanthara conveys an amazing presentation in the peak scenes.
For a film in this classification, Netrikann is a touch too long and one can feel like a drag towards the end. A bit more tight altering would have made a difference. Ajmal Ameern makes a nice showing, depicting idiosyncrasies that were needed from his person James Dinas. In any case, Netrikann breaks with the ‘sequential executioner film’ custom by not bringing the long outing down into the awful past of the crook. The film just scratches upon the surface, with a couple of names of psychological wellness issues being tossed at the watcher so he/she can explore what was happening in the criminal’s brain.
Rau, who has likewise composed the screenplay of the film, utilizes the film to rapidly address some friendly issues like early termination, ladies’ on the whole correct to their bodies, and their decisions. In a urgent scene in the film, Nayanthara mouths a discourse about men and their meanings of ‘good ladies’ and ‘terrible ladies’. In a theater feeling, that might have some cheering from the ladies in the crowd. The film, supposed to be approximately propelled from Korean thrill ride Blind, figures out how to set it well into the Indian milieu.
Netrikann positively has its escape clauses. For example, through the primary half, one might consider how a sub monitor can invest all his energy and police assets to rope in an outwardly moved lady to assist him with researching a wrongdoing. The cliché scenes of sexual manslaughter in films—incorporating ladies restricted in a room with red lights and some foundation score to come—might have finished with some imaginative improvement. The calling of the main bad guy may likewise appear to be an upsetting subtlety for ladies watchers. All said, Netrikann is a simple one-time watch that packs in every one of the components of the class without trying too hard.
Director: Milind Rau
Cast: Nayanthara, Ajmal Ameer