Director Rajamouli, the man behind blockbusters like Magadheera and Mariyadhai Ramanna in Tollywood, makes his mark in Kollywood with Naan Ee. As promised by him, the movie is a special effect special with stunning visuals and lot of computer generated graphics that is sure to entertain masses.
Though the storyline is simple and has nothing new to it, the reincarnation concept has been well handled to give a well-packaged film.
Naan Ee has Nani, Sudeep, Samantha and Santhanam in the lead roles. Senthil Kumar has handled the camera and Maragathamani has scored the music. Ravinder has taken care of the art department. Crazy Mohan has penned the dialogue and Madhan Karky, the lyrics.
In a nutshell, the movie is about a hero, who is reborn as a fly which happens to remember its previous birth. The rest of the story is about how it irritates the villain and takes revenge on him. A blend of love, sentiment and stunning visuals will make the film interesting to watch.
Nani (Nani), a simple youth is in love with Bindu (Samantha), a social worker. She too reciprocates. But trouble is Sudeep, a business tycoon and a social worker. He lures women and tries to win over them.
Coming to know about Nani, he kills him. Its now Nani's turn to take revenge on him by reborn as housefly.
Nani does a decent job, though he appears brief. Samantha does a good job while Sudeep walks away with all honours.
Santhanam provides comical relief. Crazy Mohan's dialogues are nice and deserves a hearty laugh.
All said, Naan Ee is an entertainer that is sure to amaze you.