Yaan, directed by debutant as well as a famous cinematographer Ravi K Chandran and Produced by Elred Kumar & Jayaraman. Jiiva and Thulasi Nair plays as the lead pair.
Let’s get into the story line of Yaan, Chandru (Jiiva), an aimless MBA graduate falls for Sreela (Thulasi Nair) instantly and keeps making attempts to impress her. When he gets insulted for not having a job by his girl’s father, he sets out for a job to an unknown nation (I am hearing this country’s name for the very first time, so can’t able to remember it) with the help of a travel agent. What happens next is similar to Dhaam Dhoom meeting Mariyaan or Roja or many other similar movies.
Yaan get into serious business only after 2 hours from the start, tests the viewer’s patience level very badly. Ravi K Chandran has chosen a much known story line and presented it very badly. Felt like, even many new comers can do an awesome job, what on earth this famous cinematographer thinks about the film making. Harris Jayaraj had done good job in songs but can’t follow his BGM work due to lack of the screenplay. Producers Elred Kumar & Jayaraman should have believed Ravi K Chandran’s cinematography experience and invested huge money, which now wasted to the core. Screen is colourful and few scenes are interesting, apart from that nothing worth, just skip it!!!!view less