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NAAN SIGAPPU MANITHAN PREVIEW

Naan sigappu manithan preview

Staring : Vishal, Lakshmi Menon, Saranya Ponvannan, Sunder Ramu

Director : Thiru

Music : GV Prakash Kumar

Production : UTV, VFF, Vendhar Movies

After the tremendous hit of Pandianadu, Vishal is back with Naan Sigappu Manithan which is all set to release on April 11. Naan Sigappu Manithan has already grabbed everyone's attention with its intriguing trailer and GV Prakash's hit songs. Now, Cinemalead brings you some of the exclusive key features of the film which is sure to create curiosity among the audience, here we go!

Vishal's 10 Desires:

Naan Sigappu Manithan is said to be a story about Indran (Vishal), who is affected by a disease called Narcolepsy. The core theme of NSM is about Vishal fulfilling 10 desires, despite this strange neurological sleeping disorder. 

Visually unique film:

Naan Sigappu Manithan is said to be a unique film in terms of visuals, as the NSM team says that they have used two different color tones in the film. In the first half, the film will be in white tones while in the second half it will be in red. Cinematographer Richard M Nathan has blended the two tones well on the screen, so that audience can notice two distinct tones of the film.

Brilliantly executed climax stunt:

Another promising aspect about the movie is said to be the climax stunt sequence which was choreographed by stunt choreographer Pradit Seeluem from Thailand. Pradit and his team actually choreographed the fight with Thai fighters and  sent a video to director Thiru before a week and  when the stunt choreographer arrived to Chennai, he shot exactly the same with Vishal and the rest of the fighters.

Four colors for Four BGM :

Almost all the songs of Naan Sigappu Manithan is said to be choreographed well, especially the director has used four different color costumes for the dancers in the Yelelo song. Reportedly the dancers will be seen in Black, White, Yellow and Green colors for the 4 different BGMs in the song. Also the Church set which is used in the Yelelo song costs more than 50 lacs to construct, which became an attraction to the people living near by and also helped in giving the grand feel to the song.

Stay tuned with Cinemalead, for we will be posting the first on net review of Naan Sigappu Manithan on Friday.

Verdict : 60 %