Have you seen more than 300 full moons in your life?
Then you better stay away from Trisha Illana Nayanthara (த்ரிஷா இல்லனா நயன்தாரா) movie, the Director Adhik Ravichandran doesn’t want you here. The film tries hard to be licentious in the morality shown but fails due to the narration not being tasteful.
T.I.N. is a story about the coming of age of Jeeva (G.V.Prakash Kumar). During his school days, he falls in love with his childhood friend Ramya (Anandhi), after a night out of fun in Chennai Tradefair! (Island Grounds) they break up due to gossip. Next, he falls in love with his other childhood friend Aditi (Manisha Yadav) who is an easy-going girl, who loves to drink; seeing Aditi once at a party playing out a beer-drinking bet he breaks up with her too. Jeeva goes to his uncle Vishu (VTV Ganesh) in Kumbakonam where his “Bar” is lost due to treachery, Jeeva helps in getting it back so that he can drink to his heart’s content. There he sees Ramya again, with the help of Ramya’s aunty Simran (Simran) he wins her back, only to break up again after learning about her one night stand with her former boyfriend Arya. The story is certainly meant to attract young adults, but it’s the script that has gone terribly wrong. It’s clear that Director wished to have vulgarity in dialogues at an absurd level, expecting to have his audience love the film more.
G.V.Prakash should stick to his core area of expertise (music) and not venture more into acting, he is completely expressionless – whether he is romancing, drinking or crying. Having seen her past performances in Kayal and Chandi Veeran I like Anandhi on screen, but this movie of hers I will be happy to forget. I am not sure what made Simran sign up for this movie, this can very well become the worst character she has acted.
T.I.N. is a good promotional movie for the Alcohol industry in Tamil Nadu.