Movie: Nayanthara Dora Movie.
FilmiEvents Rating: 3.25/5.
After her latest flicks Kaashmora and Iru Mugan (Inkokkadu), Sensuous beauty Nayanthara is back with another horror thriller flick. As the Women-centric films are on trend Like wisely, Dora is yet another film directed by Doss Ramsamy and Produced by Sarkunam under Sarkunam Cinemas Banner.
As per the movie insights, Nayanthara shall play the lead role while Thambi Ramaiah, Harish Uthaman and Tharun Kshatriya shall play the supporting roles. Music is scored by Vivek Siva Mervin Solomon and Pecuilar cinematography donned by Dinesh Krishnan.
However, as the movie is releasing in Tamil & Telugu versions simultaneously on 31st March. Here is the Exclusive Nayanthara Dora Movie Review & Rating.
Nayanthara Dora Movie Review & Rating
Dora is a story that revolves around a girl Pavalakkodi (Nayanthara) daughter of a taxi driver (Thambi Ramaiah). Her father owns a vintage Austin Cambridge car and names it as Dora. What happened to her father further? Which eveil spirit possessed the car? How Nayanthara turned out to be stubborn on her car? Is the Nerving & Thrilling plot of the story.
*As Horror thrillers are latest trends, Doss Ramasamy took care of uniqueness in his subject, right from the beginning. Story despite being a women-centric film, sustained it’s thrills within the screenplay too. Though Dora came out as a Directional debut of Doss Ramasamy, it was never implicated in a any shot on the screen.
*Gorgeous yet easeful action from Nayanthara.
*Gripping Screenplay till the end.
*Superbly elevating Background score.
*Cinematography has made Production cost worthy.
*Minor plots that can be Predicted.
Nayanthara Dora Movie Review Verdict:-
Dora is an off-beat thriller that continues the Horror-thriller trend successfully, showcasing Nayanthara’s epic performance in thrilling and nerving screenplay.
Director : Doss Ramasamy
Producer : A. Sarkunam, Hitesh Jhabak.
Music Director : Vivek Siva, Mervin Solomon.
Starring : Nayanthara.
Production Company : Sarkunam Cinemas.