The plot opens with the introduction of Ravi (Prasanna) an electronics engineer,who introduces himself as a youthful guy who aspires to become a businessman. He meets Viswanath (S. P. Balasubrahmanyam) when he fights to grab a bag from a stranger.Ravi chases the man but unable to catch him but gets a glimpse of the man's face. Viswanath offers Ravi a job in the Trust bank in which he is the CEO. The bank promotes its new branch as the 'World's safest bank' with the security locker design of Ravi. Ravi also applies for a loan amount of Rs.2 Crores to start his own business.
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Naanayam torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: Unstoppable Entertainment Makes God Awful & Boring Movies...Just seen the trailer unlike the abysmul 0% films I just click not interested apart from one movie because i know that one won't stay on it.
(gb) wrote: Very odd. Awful ending.
(ca) wrote: I know I'm late to the party with this one but, wow, this was wonderful! If you're a teacher, I could think of almost no better movie to see right before your school year starts. This movie really makes you appreciate kids for their sense of wonderment and for their pride in learning new skills. I think I was glued into a perpetual grin as I watched this documentary about kids learning ballroom dancing in the inner city New York public elementary schools. Highly recommended!
(ru) wrote: Another action film churned out.
(nl) wrote: Beautiful, sad, poignant America cinema.
(it) wrote: Absolute as bad as the one iwth J-Lo and ben.....
(fr) wrote: Another Takshi Miike classic
(br) wrote: I've always had a love/hate relationship with David Lynch. His films are so interesting that it keeps you attention for the whole film, and at the end you felt like you wasted your time, because you do not understand what you just saw. The black and white filmography, acting, sound, and story is a beauty to experience as well as a horrific experience.
(ca) wrote: How fitting for a film based on the inception of Peter Pan to be so enchanting, charming, and just all-around magical. Based itself on the play "The Man Who Was Peter Pan", Marc Forster's heavy emphasis on sentimentality and wonder in Finding Neverland will be cloying for some, but it fits this story very well, and even makes certain character moments hit that much harder. The film is anchored by one of Johnny Depp's finest roles in his expansive career (and one of his Oscar nominated performances): here, he ditches the wacky hairstyles and makeup that he's so known for in favor of a sublime and subdued performance, even with his clearly non-native Scottish accent. At a point, Depp completely embodies the loving mannerisms of J.M. Barrie, often to the point of completely losing himself in the role. Depp has a history of playing childlike characters, sometimes to the point of being overblown, but here, it's just the right amount of seriousness and silliness. Alongside him is a charming performance from Kate Winslet, as well as four pretty solid child performances from her onscreen sons: Freddie Highmore in particular is a standout.Anyone who finds too much sentimentality to be a turn-off won't find Finding Neverland to be anything worthwhile, but those who don't mind a strong heaping of wonder will be completely engrossed in this film's charm, and the ending will truly hit home. Certainly well earning in its Best Picture nomination.
(ag) wrote: Dull, slow and lacking in suspense or surprise.