Thirumanam Ennum Nikkah is a Romantic Movie, Directed by Anis and Produced by Oscar Ravichandran. Music played by M Ghibran. Jai and Nazriya Nazim are in the lead roles, while Heebah Patel, Deekshitha Manikkam and Jamal play supporting roles.
The movie starts with a chase sequence and gets into the flashback mode, where the leads Vijayaraghava Chari (Jai) and Priya (Nazriya Nazim), both belongs to Brahmin family meets in a train journey from Chennai to Coimbatore. Both need to travel in Muslim names as Abu and Aaiysha due to different reasons. During this journey Abu helps Aaiysha in a difficult situation and both fails in love. Both of them thinks their counterpart belongs to Muslim community and hides their own identify. Later few interesting love sequences captured beautifully until Priya finds guilty and breaks their relationship.
In the second half, Vijayaraghava Chari was still in love with Priya and seeks help from a Muslim family to get to know about the Islam, where he meets a Muslim girl (Heebah Patel) and she fails in love with Vijayaraghava Chari. Then movie runs on showing the details of Islam and their followings. Later on, both Vijayaraghava Chari and Priya family’s fixes their marriage which makes them to revel their love and also gets to know their own identity. Families accept their love but the lead’s feeling makes them to stop the marriage and gets separated. Very usual climax sequence starts with the chase which was started the movie and also ends with all good.
Jai has done a good job but Nazriya Naziym wins the race with her cute expressions and matured reactions. Deekshitha Manikkam and Jamal played their supporting roles well. The movie is slow and needs few more cuts. M Ghibran’s music was not up to the mark and fails in the BGM too. Director Anis took a good story line but doesn’t impress the viewers. Producer Oscar Ravichandran struggled to release the movie due to controversy but the movie is not that worth for a wait!!view less