Many of us will get affected or been suffered by sins committed intentionally or accidentally by others. Naa Peru Shiva, a Karthi Shiva Kumar movie carries similar story line.
IN AND OUT
Shiva (Karthi), a happy going and jovial guy meets Priya (Kajal Agarwal) in a friend marriage and gets close to her. They fall in love and Shiva goes to Priya’s father, and gets acceptance of their love and marriage upon some usual agreements. Meanwhile Shiva’s father gets admitted to hospital after being hit by loaded vehicle and he is being chased by group of young students who never bothers to commit anything to safeguard them and involves in serial merciless killings. Why Shiva’s father is being chased by these young goons and how Shiva concludes their cruelty, ends the story.
Naa Peru Shiva, though starts with lots of humor and some nice comedy by protagonist Karthi in the first half, the other half goes completely opposite. Introduction scene between lead pairs handled superbly and is interesting. Climax of the movie is too brutal and you can witness bloodthirsty.
Director Suseenthiran shot climax extremely well, but it completely eats out audience mood as the earlier half of the flick is fully opposite. Love episode between lead pairs is left incomplete and also few other characters. Protagonist character lacks proper establishment, where as much care is taken in establishing antagonists character. Background score is good and songs are OK. Karthi Shivakumar gave the best and energetic performance and the force he had shown in action sequences is to be mentioned. Kajal Agarwal has very limited character. All other supporting actors did justice to their characters.
Naa Peru Shiva though appears as romantic drama, is embellished with brutal action sequences and merciless killings.
Rating: 2.5 out of 5
Review by: Chetanz
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