more I look into Raavanan, the movie,
the more I admire you for the excellent
actor you are Priyamani
To say you were very good as Vennila would
be an under statement. Your portrayal
as Vennila went beyond my expectation.
We see how much faith the director had
in you to have depended on your face and
voice, to relate the story of the horrible
thing happened to Vennila.
I was struck with an odd feeling when
I saw this scene because I think this
is the first for our cinema to enact a
delicate scene like this, with an unbearable
calmness, through the victim and her voice.
The director needs to have tremendous
confidence in himself and with the actor,
you Priyamani. Fantastic.
What is amazing is that the director and
the actor came together brilliantly in
this scene, to bring out Vennila's pain
in a simple narration. But I do not see
them. I only see Vennila, who has to repeat
what had occurred to her, in spite of
the mental and physical pain, she was
going through. It really touched my soul
Priyamani. Thanks to you, it was educational.
Calmness you emoted, which comes to a
person after (a good cry) a devastating
trauma and the voice modulation you lend
to Vennila for the