Iniyaa

Iniyaa


Here is a different love story. Which is the ultimate love? Is it  teen love or the bondage of a mother and a son? Though the director has made efforts to present both the emotions on screen, the script writer in him fails to deliver the intended message interestingly.

The first half offers nothing much and the quarrelsome dialogues of Janaki (Pooja Gandhi) in some scenes test one’s patience. Janaki along with other friends come to a friend’s home to attend her engagement. She picks up a quarrel with everybody, and even Balu (Balaji) is not spared, though she loves him. The love and confession of the leading pair is shown rather abrupt as the director displays no inkling of the hero’s emotions towards the heroine till he confesses. She promises true love but the real test of her love comes when Balu lands in trouble because of Janaki. And where is Janaki in these troubling times?

Then unfolds the strong bond between mother and son. The mother-son sentiment clicks with Urvashi adding to the emotional quotient. Being a widow, she lives at her maternal home and her son is the only hope in her life. When the entire family insults her son for no fault of his, she supports him.

The dialogues penned by the director hogs the limelight in the climax. Balaji delivers a neat performance and Pooja Gandhi is appealing. The songs are a delight to watch as Sundernath Suvarna’s camera captures beautiful locations.

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