Synopsis/Plot : Ashok Selvan is unable to come out of depression after his marriage was called by the bride. He lands in reading two invested short stories written by his therapist. How the stories happen to change the hero�s life positively forms the crux.
All Over The Place!
Admirable presentation in terms of technicality and the performances of the artists are also impressive, the core content had the potential to deliver a feel-good flick, but the opportunity was turned down due to a storytelling that could not connect much with the viewers.(more)
Source: Ashwin ram, MovieCrow
A pleasant, if predictable, drama
By the end, just as we expect, Arjun learns to be positive. He grows in confidence and sleeps outdoors, wipes his wet hands on his dress, goes to far off places (unlike his older self, who did not even want to go beyond Chennai for his honeymoon), and lets go of his baggage, literally! Perhaps, one ...(more)
Source: Suganth, Times Of India
Flies high with its life changing stories
Ra. Karthik has impressed with his storytelling techniques and by extracting solid performances from his cast. He has succeeded in making the film work as both a romance and a road movie but its his theme that makes him standout. Viacom18 Studios and Rise East Entertainment have produced this q...(more)
Source: Indiaglitz, IndiaGlitz.com
Sincere performances elevate this breezy, feel-good entertainer
Despite being made on a massive canvas, NOV is a simple film that conveys a simple message. It encourages us to smile whenever possible, show some kindness to people around us and embrace life as it comes. Several times in the film, I found myself smiling at the screen subconsciously. I guess this i...(more)
Source: Navein darshan, Indian Express
Ashok Selvan shines in a gentle, breezy travel feature
Nitham Oru Vaanam feels like a fresh dose of hope. Be it Vidhu Ayyanna�s simple but elegant frames or Gopi Sundar�s music that doesn�t distract one from the flow of the film, a lot comes together well to ensure the film is as gentle as a breeze and yet as deep as the ocean. Above everything else, Ni...(more)
Source: Bhuvanesh Chandar, The Hindu