Yaaradi Nee Mohini
Director: Mithran R. Jawahar
Actors: Dhanush, Nayantara, Raghuvaran
Music: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Story, Screenplay & Dialogs: Selvaraghavan
What an ugly movie!
Is there no respite for suffering Tamil movie fans from garbage like Yaaradi Nee Shani oops Yaaradi Nee Mohini?
Yaaradi Nee Shani is the usual ugly Kollywood combination of a pathetic story, disgusting acting and hopeless music.
Three people deserve maximum blame for the disgraceful concoction that is Yaaradi Nee Mohini - director Jawahar, story/screenplay/dialog writer Selvaraghavan and actress Nayantara – but others like Dhanush and Yuvan Shankar Raja are also unstinting in contributing generously to the overall misery quotient.
In one scene toward the end of Yaaradi Nee Shani, an angry Dhanush yells Mundo at Nayantara. Never has a more apt epithet been hurled at an actress in the annals of Tamil cinema.
An utterly incompetent actress bereft of any graces, Nayantara torments and heaps agony on moviegoers in film after film ad nauseum, ad infinitum.
In our view, Nayantara seems to be selected by Tamil film directors in fond and illusory hopes that the audience will focus on her bountiful physical assets and ignore her total lack of acting talent.
Nayantara can’t act, she can’t dance and she ain’t even all that pretty.
Lately, a scowl seems to be a permanent fixture on Nayantara’s face. You saw her ugly, irritating scowl in Billa and by God that same ugly scowl returns to torture us in Yaaradi Nee Mohini.
Just what is this wooden actress capable of? Not much, at least in the world of Tamil cinema.
Selvaraghavan deserves blame for his inability