Nenjam Marappathillai Review: S.J Suryah from Irukku Aana Illa to Dei Summa Iru DaThangaraja Palaniappan (Author) Published Date : Mar 05, 2021 22:36 IST
S.J Suryah with a tag of Dei Summa Iru da in Nenjam Marappathillai under the direction of Selvaraghavan. Nenjam Marapathillai is on screen with the most awaited collaboration Selvaraghavan and Yuvan Shankar Raja after Pudhupettai (2006). The movie is receiving many different notes of reviews by its direction and with the trippy tone of the music.
Nenjam Marapathillai is on track with competing movie Anbikiniyal which is almost on its same reach in theatres. The reviews are proceeding with equal ratings among the public.
The movie is projected on theatres from today with a wide range of expectations among the fans of Selvaraghavan, S.J Suryah, and Yuvan. Cinematography and editing must be taken into notice where the partial movie depends.
Although the movie is leaked in piracy, the real horror lies in the theatre. Selvaraghavan movies will immerse the viewers on his track by his direction, and this movie is similar to that which holds the viewer's mind and heart. The presence of horror can be felt with theatrical effect.
The initiate scenes will make the viewers think the movie is based on crime, but the upcoming scenes will convey the content with many unrelatable concepts. The acting, music, and direction are equally balanced with perfection.
S.J Suryah has taken the lead role as Ramsay. Regina Cassandra and Nandita Swetha take over the female roles. The plot takes the viewers to circle with Ramsay by the appreciable psychic action of S.J Suryah by his paranormal experience.
The fans are happy with the fantastic acting of S.J.Surya and the trippy shades of music and direction by Yuavn and Selvaraghavan. The movie has reached the fan's expectations in a balanced state.
The reviews on the film are good, on social media with the hashtag Dei Summa iru Da. The reviews with negative comments are very few. The movie is entirely horror which contrasts between God and Evil with cinematic effect and sound. To experience the fulfillment of watching this gothic horror, piracy platforms are not welcomed.
Nenjam Marappathillai Review: S.J Suryah from Irukku Aana Illa to Dei Summa Iru Da