Naan Avanillai 2
|Release date 27 November 2009 (2009-11-27)|
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Naan Avanillai 2 (English: I Am Not Him 2) is a 2009 Tamil romantic mystery film directed by Selva. It is the sequel to the Naan Avanillai (2007). Jeevan reprises the lead role, while the female roles are enacted by Sangeetha, Lakshmi Rai, Shweta Menon and Sruthi Prakash and Rachana Maurya. D. Imman, who did the film score for the first part of the film, replaced Vijay Antony as the music director. The film was released on 27 November 2009.
Annamalai's photograph appears in a newspaper along with an interview of Maria (Rachana Maurya), who claims herself to be a saint propounding a new faith. She describes him as her God, Vaali. A mafia-turned-spiritualist she attributes her transformation to him in the interview. This prompts three women to come calling Maria all the way.
The three women were cheated by him recently and they probe Maria of Annamalai's whereabouts. The three women, Sakhi (Sruthi Prakash), Nisha (Swetha Menon) and an actress Deepa (Lakshmi Rai) try to prove Maria that he was a cheat. However she doesn't believe them.
Meanwhile, Annamalai suffers bleeding injuries in an accident. Mahi (Sangeetha), a Lankan woman who runs a restaurant, nurses him back to health.
On seeing Mahi separated from his daughter by her late husband's (Krishna) family, he decides to reunite them. He robs money with which he achieves his purpose. Meanwhile, the trio tracks down Annamalai and confronts him. Annamalai goes all the way to a Church where speaks in his own style and make the girls believe that he is not the one they are searching for.
The soundtrack features six songs and one instrumental that composed by D. Imman. The songs received mixed reviews from critics.
Release & Reception
Naan Avanillai 2 gets A certificate from Central Board of Film Certification. The movie received extremely negative reviews upon release and became average grosser.
Sify wrote "The film is an extension of part 1" and that "The film is predictable at every turn and the second half drags big time [sic]". Behindwoods wrote " Naan Avan Illai 2 tries to repeat the 2007 success story. But, with a weak foundation, it never really stands up. High on glamour, low on interest, it is definitely not an ideal follow up to the prequel." Rediff wrote "A little bit of sentiment and massive dollops of entertainment, that's Naan Avan Illai 2, for you. It lacks a bit of the first movie's originality but if its two-and-a half-hours of no holds barred fun is what you want then this is your best bet."