Don't miss it if you're a fan of urban, psycho thrillers.
Gautham Vasudev Menon has tried a different genre with Nadunisi Naaygal. It is bizarre. The film moves at a rapid pace with running time of under two hours. The highlight of the film is the performances of the lead artists. Gautham's casting is the major plus of the movie. The film is technically ch...(more)
Source: MovieBuzz, Sify.com
Gautham has stuck to the theories perfectly. But a placid narration is bound to test your patience.There are not too many characters in the film and the director is able to extract good performances from his actors. Technical department as always prove big strengths to Gautham Menon. Manoj Paramaham...(more)
Source: Editorial Board, IndiaGlitz.com
A differently made psychological thriller!
It is not everyday that we get to see such a bold attempt on the celluloid in a commanding but at the same time in an unobtrusive manner. And Gautham has succeeded in it big time. Newcomer Veera dishes out a neat performance. Sameera Reddy brings out the right emotions.Despite the subject being heav...(more)
Source: Editorial Board, Behindwoods.com
Not for the faint hearted.
Can a thriller be made without background music and abrupt sounds? Yes it can and with success; that's what Nadunisi Naaygal proves. Goodbye songs, dances, overused themes, needless characters and Indian movie cliches. With no help from adrenalin pumping audio, Manoj Paramahamsa's camera and Anthony...(more)
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A novel attempt.
Gautham Menon takes up a very pertinent issue as the theme of 'Nadunisi Naaygal'. Veera (the debutant) has tremendous screen presence and fulfills the faith reposed in him by the director. Sameera Reddy shines. Manoj Paramahamsa quite literally makes a splash from the first scene onwards. Overall, a...(more)
Source: Venkateswaran N, Times Of India