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Indru Netru Naalai 2015 123movies

Indru Netru Naalai 2015 123movies

Jun. 26, 2015146 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A wannabe entrepreneur Elango & his fake astrologer friend, Pulivetti Arumugam are down on luck in their respective lives. After getting humiliated by his ladylove’s father, the crestfallen Elango & his friend chance upon a time-machine. Their adventures with the time-machine form the rest of the movie
Plot: Elango and his astrologer friend Pulivetti Arumugam come in possession of a time machine and start profiting from it. However, their meddling with time prevents the death of a gangster, who begins to wreck havoc in their lives.
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A scientist (Arya) in the year 2065 invents a time machine and to prove its capability sends it back in time to 2015. However, the machine is seen by three persons in the past — Elango (Vishnu Vishal, solid), a young man who is finding it hard to catch a break, his friend Pulivetti Arumugam (Karunakaran, whose quips keep you in splits), a pretend astrologer, and Giridhara Parthasarathy (TM Karthik, equal part crazy and funny), a inventor. The three are involved in a minor accident and they witness the time machine appearing out of thin air while they are recovering from the shock. While Parthasarathy plans to keep it to himself, he ends up in a coma and Elango and Arumugam use the machine to further the latter’s astrology business. They recover things that have been lost by people by going back in time but do so under the guise of astrology. However, during one such excursion into the past, they meddle more than necessary and this prevents the death of Kuzhandaivelu (Ravi Shankar), a gangster and extortionist, who is actually tragetting Rajarathinam (Jayaprakash), the father of Elango’s girlfriend Anu (Mia George). Soon, things begin to spiral out of control and their lives become living hell.

Time travel movies can be a lot of fun and that is something that debutant director Ravikumar seems to have realized straightaway. There is a lot of humour in Indru Netru Naalai, and much of it comes out organically — the comedy scenes are very much part of the plot. That is why the early trips that Elango and Arumugam take in the time machine have a touch of humour about them. After hearing on the news that gold prices have shot up, the two friends journey back in time to the pre-Independence era, pick up a lot of jewellery and when they pay the jeweller in modern-day currency, he returns it to them saying, “Velinaattu kaasu ellaam naan vaangarathilla.” It is only then that it strikes them that contemporary currency will not have any value in the past.

This is something that we must have all, at one point or the other, fantasized about — how we could become super rich if we could go back in time and invest in things when they were cheaper. It is such relatable moments that make the film and the concept easily accessible to us. Time travel movies can easily become a mindbenders but here, there is always clarity in the screenplay — though, sometimes, at the cost of brevity. And these moments are really fascinating; in one song, Elango takes Anu through moments from her childhood and at one point, she ends up kissing herself when she was a newborn baby! Yes, it is a slightly illogical moment but it is also a deeply touching one. The scene in which Elango, Arumugam and Parthasarathy chance upon the time machine is presented in thrilling fashion. And the fact that the friends decide to use Arumugam’s profession as a camouflage to use the machine (in one cheeky scene, a person requests them to find the missing Malaysian airplane!) and make money is a masterstroke — that rare instance when astrology is actually science. And, the visual effects are not tacky and we readily suspend our disbelief during the time travel scenes.

But in the second half, the wonder of time travel is used to tell a cliched gangster tale. The whole episode where Elango and Rajarathinam seek the help of Kuzhandaivelu’s mentor and rival feels unnecessary given how little impact it has on the plot. The film is also a little short on energy — yes, we laugh at the jokes, wonder at the science and care for the characters but the narrative lacks pep in places making the film a tad overlong.

Review By: timesofindia Rating: 7 Date: 2015-07-04
> Time travel is such a magic, it also involves great tragic.

One of the proofs that Indian films are getting better every year. Very soon it will be placed next to the Hollywood, ahead of European, Japanese, Korean for sure when it comes to international revenue. Because there’s fierce competition between Bollywood, Kollywood, Tollywood, Mollywood and many more. Not only among the filmmakers, but fanbase/followers as well.

It is happening because of the younger generation. While they are experimenting and propelling to the future, the senior filmmakers and artists are wasting their reputation for mindless commercial films which is only moving backwards. It’s time for non-Indians to learn about other than Bollywood and I also hate when people call all the Indian movies Bollywood.

> When the time is not matter, everything is possible.

While ‘Endhiran’ making its debut, they said it will ignite the sci-fi era in Indian cinema. Half a decade has passed and of course, some films came, but this is the major time travel movie I have ever seen in the Tamil language. Though, it was a B category movie. Because the cast has no major star values other than in the local market and it was directed by an incoming filmmaker. I think it was well written screenplay, it was not an intelligent, but easily understandable by everyone. I mean even by the older and rural people.

Time travel is not new in Indian films, but very very least explored theme. It did not waste time to explain the rules and mechanism from the basics, I think because of familiarity with Hollywood flicks among Indian audience. But still keeps a very simple story and due to layers in time (not the story), looks a little muddle. Not easy to predict, but feels like missed by a very close to fingertip.

All in his movie, Vishnu has done a wonderful job, but only a couple of films were somewhat widely recognised. Mainly because of the low cost movies and failed to promote, in another way to say, filmfestivel movies. Yet another similar outcome from this one which should have helped him to rise, but did not. He is a best all-rounder in the CCL’s Rhino, hope his day will come as an actor well.

> “Telling a girl and posting on facebook is the same.”

The other actor, Karunakaran was also excellent. He was the comedian and the sidekick before this film, but in here he one of the two leads. Like I always say, the songs are the drawback in Indian films and in this film they did not completely discarded, but reduced the numbers by around 50 per cent. The good thing is, all the songs were with the story, not some unnecessary drag to the outside of the topic.

Fantastic visuals, the standards were pared with any major English movies. But the graphics are what, only the time machine and the rest were story with human characters. The first hour was so fun and romantic, and the remaining hour was a thriller that keeps picking the pace till the final battle. Overall a two hour movie, definitely short and sweet as an Indian film.

I liked everything in the movie, from an attempt to make this experimental movie for the first time to production quality and performances. But, other than the songs, without the romance track in the narration, still feels impossible to survive its own as a perfect sci-fi-thriller. Excluding a few minor flaws from the movie, this is a very good film considering a low-budget Tamil movie.

I have heard (might be rumours) there’s a possible for a sequel and this time the guest actor, Arya will be making his presence in a full fledged role. It must happen, because it was a brilliant narrative that can go up to become a trilogy. Especially his star value would make the franchise reach every corner. For those who want to see it, I remind don’t anticipate like of Hollywood, British films. For Indian standards, it was a much better than nonsense masala films. Highly recommended, if you have not tasted Kollywood yet, it might be a better one to begin with.

9/10

Review By: Reno Rating: 9 Date: 2015-09-14
Don’t miss this time machine
Indru Netru Naalai(2015) Well, fiction blended with fun is always a great watch if crafted well, and Indru Netru Naalai is a local science fiction aptly mixed with fun and emotions. The plot taken here is ‘time travel’, an interesting, yet less explored theme on Indian screen. The movie has a time machine from the future, which accidentally falls onto the hands of two youngsters, who are trying to make fortune. We have seen movies like Interstellar or Looper which have projections from some certain point of time, making differences in some other point of time. The same kinda approach is adopted by director Ravi Kumar here, but he takes three pillars of comedy and a pillar of emotion to make the movie stand and that makes, Indru Netru Naalai an engaging watch. The director proves his mastery in the start itself, when Pulivetti writes his astrology exam in parallel with the life of Elango, and that scene just lighted the fuse to a string of comedies. He made the movie as simple as possible, without offering any complex stuff, the initial conversation between two scientists, funny yet simple explanation about time travel by that semi-mad scientist, everything made the plot simpler. While the genuine wits in initial half make one laugh to death, the interval block hooks thrill factor, continued by a fully engaging second half. Though, ‘all-will-end-good’ hope lessens the thrill factor, there was a curiosity about how they are going to end all these, and Ravi Kumar has succeeded in offering that ending, which closes loops, with small exception.

Coming to the performances, Kaunakaran just rocked all the way though he had that usual side-kick role, his comedy timing was simply superb, there was a great chemistry between him and the protagonist, Vishnu Vishal, who too equally impresses, mainly at the emotional scenes. While Mia George does decent job, Jayaprakash has a role made for him. Ravi Shankar’s bad ass rowdy was perfect, and TM Karthik’s Giridhara Parthasarathy was funnily awesome. A Vasanth’s frames were of good quality and Leo Paul’s cuts were crisp. Music by Hip Hop Tamizha lies as one of the major highlights of this movie, that theme music is simply addictive; back ground scores were of superior quality.

Overall, Indru Netru Naalai is an entertaining sci-fi which keeps us engaging from the start to end. ‘Lag’ doesn’t even come around its surroundings; A movie that will be enjoyed for its novelty in plot, decent wits and clever scripting.

Final Word: Excellent

Review By: urztrulysooraj Rating: 8 Date: 2015-07-06
Pretty awesome movie
I think this is the best Tamil movie I’ve seen in recent times. There was no stupidity that is usually associated with Tamil Sci-Fi movies. The plot is just mind boggling and ends in an awesome manner.

I’ve seen a lot of Tamil movies with happy ending, but the happy ending would be so obvious. But this is the only movie where the happy ending makes sense.

Also credit really goes to the crew as well. The actors are great and poised, Direction and comedy sense are perfect and no extra use of Tamil songs. Background score though not out of the world, suits the film.

Overall, this ranks among the best Tamil films I’ve seen in my life.

Review By: kousiktn Rating: 10 Date: 2015-08-16

Other Information:

Original Title இன்று நேற்று நாளை
Release Date 2015-06-26
Release Year 2015

Original Language ta
Runtime 2 hr 26 min (146 min)
Budget 620000
Revenue 1400000
Status Released
Rated N/A
Genre Comedy, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Director R. Ravikumar
Writer R. Ravikumar
Actors Vishnu Vishal, Mia George, Karunakaran
Country India
Awards 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1 (widescreen)
Camera Red Epic (Main Camera)
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

Indru Netru Naalai 2015 123movies
Indru Netru Naalai 2015 123movies
Original title இன்று நேற்று நாளை
TMDb Rating 7.8 24 votes

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