Naanga Movie Stills

Posted on 15 November 2011

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Naanga Movie Stills

Naanga Movie Stills

Naanga Movie Stills

The story of a doting father, who all but worships his little princess, this film’s biggest highlight is the little Abi and her journey from being a little girl to a beautiful woman. The song Vaa Vaa En Devadhai… is more than enough reason to choke you up, as you witness that very same transformation. They say all great things come in small packages, and this one was no less!

Leave it to the master Mani Ratnam to bring out a story that deserves to be told. Woven around the touchy topic of adoption, Kannathil Muthamittal, introduced us to Amudha, essayed to perfection by Keerthana Parthepan. On discovering that she’s adopted she sets out on a search for the woman who gave birth to her. When she meets her, she’s forced to choose between the woman who raised her and her actual mother. A choice that’s certainly tough for any nine-year-old.

An unlikely duo, years apart in age and poles apart in personality, united together by destiny, are on a single mission – a quest to find their mother. Mysskin, who plays the child-like Baskar is matched step-for-step by the talented Ashwath Ram (who potrays Akhilesh, the actual child in the film). Together they lift the film to a totally different level.

ANJALI Baby Shamili plays Anjali, a terminallyill child who first bears the brunt of the jealousy from her siblings and later becomes the sole recipient of their affections. Innocent and lovable, Anjali captured the hearts of not only the characters in the film, but also of the audience; thus establishing herself as the most memorable tiny tot to have graced the screens of Tamil cinema.

Think only adults have problems? Think again because these kids have major issues at school. From fierce competition in class to matters of the heart, this trio of Jeeva, Pakkoda and Kuttimani give mischief a whole new meaning with their shenanigans. At the end of the movie, we assure you that you’d be sighing and wishing you were a kid again.

Baby Sara, the most talked about child artist since Shamili, struck an instant chord with her audiences, as Nila – the sensitive daughter of the mentally challenged Krishna (Vikram). It is endearing to see the child-like Krishna fighting for custody of Nila, while she silently provides her father with the much-needed emotional support.

Naanga Movie Stills

Naanga Movie Stills

Naanga Movie Stills

Naanga Movie Stills
Naanga Movie Stills
Naanga Movie Stills
Naanga Movie Stills
Naanga Movie Stills
Naanga Movie Stills
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