Naan Mahaan Alla looks like a reflection of life in
the city. Having lived for years in the city, the
average Chennaite might have got accustomed to the
goings on in the metropolis and would have a trained
instinct and eye to avoid all kinds of trouble and
liabilities. This could be a slice of life film, especially
for those who have grown up in the city.
Naan Mahaan Alla has been made by a team that is not
hugely experienced but does have a pretty reliable
look to it. Karthi has already made his mark. Director
Suseendran has given us a lot of hope and promise
through his debut Vennila Kabadi Kuzhu and we will
be looking forward to seeing yet another good product
from him. Kajal Agarwal will be looking to establish
herself in Tamil after seeing some big success in
Telugu over the past year.
What Harris Jayaraj has been doing for Suriya, Yuvan
seems to be doing for Karthi. After delivering big
musical hits in two of Karthi’s previous ventures,
he joins him for a third time. The music is just out
in stores and has started gaining some good opinion.
But, ideally, the music should have been given some
more time to catch on with the audiences before the
film hit screens, which was the case for Paiyaa.
A good team, a theme that can find takers and the
backing of production house as Cloud Nine, Naan Mahaan
Alla does look like a candidate for box office success.
But, it has got some competition. Let’s wait