Navarasa Episode Wise Review: Much waited for Netflix original Anthology series full of amazing and talented star cast is finally released on Netflix, here we are going to review each episode from the series, we will talk about the performances, Cast, Story and many more highlights of the series.
The series is created by Mani Ratnam and it stars some really talented and amazing superstars like Suriya, Vijay Sethupathi, Revathy, Prakash Raj, Siddarth, and Parvathy in main lead roles, the series is directed by super-talented directors like Priyadarshan, Bejoy Nambiar, Karthik Subbaraj, Sarjun K M, Vasanth, Gautham Vasudev Menon, Karthick Naren, Arvind Swami, and Rathindran R. Prasad.
There is a total of 9 episodes in the series and all episodes are approx 30-40 minutes long, the episodes are now available on Netflix in Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu Audio with subtitles. Let’s Jump to the episode-wise review.
There were huge expectations from this story but sadly it fails to deliver. The episode stars supremely talented Vijay Sethupathi and Prakash Raj, the story is created by Bejoy Nambiar. The plot of the episode is dull and aimless, the Narration is super slow and it ends nowhere. The music looks decent and there is nothing to watch in the series except the performance of Vijay Sethupathi.
- Rating 2/5
Summer of 92
Surprise Package for me, Honestly speaking I started watching with very expectations but the film is awesome,e the film excels in every field, the story, the performances and the director of the film are too good. The film looks amazing overall full of laughter and it will make your day for sure. This is what a Priyadarshan film looks like. Yogi Babu was amazing as always.
- Rating: 3/5
The biggest Highlight and best film from the series. The film is beyond its time and this one is one of the greatest creations of Tamil cinema. The film keeps you hooked till the end. The story, Screenplay, Narration, and performance by Arwind Swami make it a must-watch. This one is one of the best films I have seen in recent times. Ron Ethan Yohann Your Are GENIUS.
- Rating: 4/5
Just another story by Karthik Subbaraj on Political issues with good execution, the story is Hard-Hitting and is relatable for many. The screenplay is amazing and the film is packed with powerful performances by Bobby Simha and Gautam Vasudev Menon. Although there is nothing unique or different in the film, Still it deserves your time.
- Rating: 3/5
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Another short and brilliant thriller and this one is the second-best in the series. Siddharth and Parvathy Thiruvothu were brilliant with their performances. The screenplay of the film is too good, the BGM is decent and the way the film ends, I liked it most. The film is another must-watch from the series with a great story and Powerful performances. The episode is created by Rathindran R. Prasad while Vishal Mishra has composed the Music.
- Rating: 3.5/5
Guitar Kambi Mele Nindru
Another disappointment after the first episode. This story was simply not made for Suriya.. The story is just another typical love story with some amazing scenes and Good Music, I was expecting something different from Suriya and sadly this one was one of the poorest episodes of the series. The episode was created by Gautham Vasudev Menon and it stars Suriya and Pragya Martin.
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- Rating: 2/5
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Garbage Article. Yeah, the series was mediocre but I can shit words off my ass and it’ll still be Mark Twain compared to this dipshittery. Even Koko the gorilla can be more specific and reason his feelings about the episodes much better than this pickle jar. I’d rather go watch the last episode 9 more times.