‘Naadu’ – Movie Review by Naveen

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Touching human emotions

Naadu

– Review

Doctors are not interested in working at a hospital located in a village in Namakkal district. 
Following a lot of struggle by the villagers, the government appoints Mahima Nambiar as the doctor to the hospital. 
However, Mahima is also not interested in working in the hospital and is looking to get transferred. 
But, the villagers are not willing to part with her and try all possible means to stop her from getting transferred. 
What happens next forms the rest of the story. Director M Saravanan has made the movie based on human emotions with a little bit of drama to it. 
He has stressed upon the importance of hospitals and doctors even in remote villages. 
Saravanan has also touched upon NEET and the changing food habits. Darshan has delivered one of his best performances so far. He has carried his role with complete conviction. 
Mahima Nambiar’s character goes through a series of emotions and she has portrayed them in an effective manner. 
Be it the way in which she hates the village in the beginning, how she starts liking it in the end has been displayed convincingly. 
Singam Puli, Shivaji Rao and rest of the cast have all done their part well. 
Music by Sathya is impressive and camerawork by Sakthivel is good. Rest of the technical aspects are passable.

Rating: 4.5/5

By Naveen

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