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'Mynaa'– entertainment without commercialisation

A much ‘hyped’ Tamil movie is ‘Mynaa’, due for a deepavali release. Directed by Prabhu Solomon, the film was allegedly grabbed for distribution by producer-distributor Udhayanidhi Stalin, who allegedly said he couldn’t sleep after watching it. Similarly, actor Kamal Haasan showered praise on the film saying, "I slept well after watching the film because I was happy that good films were still being made," reported Rediff.

The movie is about Mynaa (Amala Paul), hailing from a poor family and deeply in love with her childhood friend Surali (newcomer Vidaarth), a rustic village youth who goes to any extent for his love. The film is also about two cops Thambi Ramaiah (Ramaiah) and Bhaskar (Sethu), who go on a trip to Kurankani village in search of Surali. The story is not new – the childhood love between a boy and a girl. But an oft-seen story has been given special treatment by the director, and it is the narration that has drawn accolades. Cinematography by Sukumar and editing by L.K.V. Das also add to the mix, reports galatta.com.

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