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Kaatru Veesum Neram Tamil Song Deleted



 Kaatru Veesum Neram Tamil Song Deleted 

Red Giant Movies - Udhayanidhi Stalin Release Winner Bulls Films Koral Viswanathan Song - Kaatru Veesum Film - NERAM (Tamil) Music - Rajesh Murugesan Singer - Haricharan Lyrics - Pradeep Palarr Cinematography - Anend C.Chandran Editing & Direction - Alphonse Putharen Sound Design - Vishnu Govind & Sree Sankar (Sound Factor) Final Mix - RajaKrishnan M.R. (Four Frames) P.R.O - Nikhil Murugan Music Label - Think Music Starring - Nivin, Nazriya Nazim, Simhaa, Nasser, Thambi Ramaiah, John Vijay,Charlie & others.  The film netted INR81 lakh (US$140,000) from 73 screens in its opening weekend (May 10–12) in Kerala.

Following the success of the Malayalam and Tamil versions, Alphonse Putharen has announced a Hindi remake to the film. Putharen himself will direct the film but the cast has not been finalised yet. "I do have some people in mind but I don't want to reveal the names until they sign the dotted line," he says.


Neram, Time, is a 2013 Indian romantic comedy thriller film of the South Indian film industry, written, directed and edited by Alphonse Putharen in his directorial debut. Simultaneously made in the Malayalam and Tamil languages, it stars Nivin Pauly, Nazriya Nazim and Simhaa in both versions. Supporting roles were essayed by Manoj K. Jayan, Shammi Thilakan, and Lalu Alex in Malayalam and Nassar, Thambi Ramiah and John Vijay portrayed the characters in Tamil. The whole film is set within one day in Chennai. The music was scored by debutant Rajesh Murugesan while Anand C. Chandran handled the cinematography., The Malayalam version released on May 10, 2013, while the Tamil version released on May 17., The film's both versions received positive reviews upon release., After the success of the Malayalam and Tamil versions, Putharen is planning to remake the film in Hindi.

Neram Malayalam Version Review

The film's Malayalam version opened to mostly positive responses upon release. Padmakumar K of Malayala Manorama rated the film 2.5 in a scale of 5 and said, "Though the concept is nothing new, the way of presentation and the setting is a merited deviation from the beaten track. The movie is watchable for some surprises it throws up now and then. There are some unseen extraordinary scenes and events not usually seen in Malayalam cinema." The reviewer was all praise about the film's technical aspects, especially Alphonse Putharen's editing and direction, and Anand C. Chandran's camera works. He also praised the acting by Manoj K. Jayan, Simhaa, Shammi Thilakan and Nazriya Nazim while commenting that Nivin "still has to come out of his usual self". Sify.com's critic gave the verdict as "good" and said, "For a debut attempt with lots of fresh faces in its cast and crew, director Alphonse Putharen's Neram could leave you pleasantly surprised. With a rather okay script, the film scores with a brilliant narration, interesting performances, good visuals and peppy music." Aswin J Kumar of The Times of India rated the film 3.5 out of 5 and said, "Neram has a romantic charm, an exciting trait which infuses it with a good measure of likability." Rediff.com's Paresh C Palicha rated the film 2.5 out of 5 and said that "Neram has an interesting narrative but lacks on the humour quotient". Vincent of Malayalam Net gave an above average rating of 2.5/5 and said that its second half is good.

Neram Tamil Version Review

Indo-Asian News Service (IANS) rated the film 4 in a scale of 5 and said, "There is absolutely nothing new about the story, yet what differentiates Neram from other films is its brilliant non-linear screenplay, never seen before in Tamil cinema. The film grows on you very gradually despite its brooding first half, but what follows post interval is top class and is worth every applaud or hoot that came its way." Baradwaj Rangan of The Hindu, while appreciating the film's narrative style and cinematography, commented, "Almost everything is perfect on paper. But something is lost on screen. We feel we should be laughing more, and that there are a few too many flat passages."

 

Malini Mannath of The New Indian Express said that "the light, interesting narrative style and quirky characters makes it  a pleasant one-time watch." N. Venkateswaran of The Times of India rated the film 3.5 in a scale of 5 and said, "Alphonse Putharen is a welcome addition to the new wave of Tamil film directors, and is a sign of the good times ahead for Indian cinema." Mythily Ramachandran of Gulf Times said, "Puthren joins the league of a growing number of young directors in Tamil and Malayalam who are making a mark with their fresh ideas and novel presentation. Neram is a delightful way to while away time." Shanmugan of Oneindia.in said, "Director Alphonse Putharen has created a working plot for Neram. Adding romantic charm and has come up with an enjoyable trait, which is infused with a good measure of likability." Sify.com's gave the verdict as "Good" and concluded the review saying, "Neram is genuinely a good attempt to make something unusual by a group of youngsters, which has to be encouraged.".  Nirmalraj AK of Just for Movie Freaks gave 4 out of 5 and wrote "nothing new in the plot, the film is highly entertaining with its screenplay, romance and few hilarious scenes. Alphonse has done a very good job in his debut."

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