Mayakkam Enna (Tamil: மயக்கம் என்ன; English: Why the Dizziness) is an upcoming Tamil romantic drama film directed by Selvaraghavan. It stars his brother Dhanush, along with Richa Gangopadhyay, and features music scored by G. V. Prakash Kumar while the cinematography is handled by Ramji. The film, which is produced and distributed by Gemini Film Circuit, is currently in its production stage and is expected to release on 11 November 2011.
richa and dhanush acting like hell,,,,nice screenplay & cinematography
Whenever Selvaraghavan has done a realistic movie, its been classic
And Mayakkam Enna is no exception
Dhanush acting skills gets all focus
GVP flute background score and theme music perfection
Stand out scenes :
Dhanush taking photos of the old woman,
Dhanush posing close up with different lights,
Dhanush crying after seeing lizard in the bathroom ( that was too much),
Dhanush killing his baby still in the mothers womb out of frustration
After the climax scene, almost everybody in the theater including me stood up and clapped.
Follow your heart . This film touches your heart.
It is so true that you can be a beggar, but if you do what you like for a living then you would be eternally rich. Dhanush and Richa deliver masterful performances. Dhanush keeps proving himself time and again. G.V.Prakash' s work with the BGM is noteworthy. Lastly Selva is back to what he is best at. Excellent movie.
It's my favorite movie. :)
Mayakkam Enna is definitely not a movie for immature audience. You need to be of certain age to understand this beautifully crafted movie by selvaraghavan. I cannot say it is flawless. But flaws have become add-ons to it’s beauty. This movie will make you laugh like hell at first half, make you sob silently in the middle and smile at the end with big sigh of relief.
All that will run in your mind is the love of your life and her true love for you, in whatever condition you are.
” Follow your Heart. It delivers, … A Lot.”
Found the treatment of the first half, over simplistic and rather lame but thought director Selvaraghavan manages to rein things home as the film progresses. Dhanush was fantastic, but the screenplay had the tendency to oscillate between outstanding moments to cringe worthy ones. Fair watch, but could have been better and tighter!
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.
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