Director Adhik Ravichandran's "Trisha Leda Nayanthara" (Nayantara) starring GV Prakash Kumar, Anandhi and Manisha Yadav in the lead roles has got mixed reviews and average ratings from critics.

"Trisha Leda Nayanthara" is the dubbed version of the Tamil film "Trisha Illana Nayanthara. Besides direction, Adhik Ravichandran has also written the script for this adult comedy. The director has got a wonderful message for the audience, but the way he has chosen to convey it has upset critics.

Jeeva (GV Prakash Kumar), Ramya (Anandhi) and Aditi (Manisha Yadav) are childhood friends. He falls in love with both one after the other and gets ditched by both. Dejected, he leaves for his native, where he once again meets Ramya and falls in love with her. The two plan to get married, but he runs away. Jeeva's motive for this forms the crux of the story.

GV Prakash Kumar's performance, Anandi and Manisha Yadav's glamour, some one-liners, good music and cinematography are the main highlights of "Trisha Leda Nayanthara". Lack of Telugu nativity, a predictable plot and aimless narration in the second half are its biggest drawbacks. The film has been rated an average of 2.25 out of 5 stars. Continue to "Trisha Leda Nayanthara" movie review roundup.

123 Telugu Ratings: 2.5

Trisha Ledha Nayanthara is a below par adult comedy. Other than some double meaning dialogues and a few punches here and there, this film has nothing much to offer. All those who like adult comedies might end up liking it but for the rest, it is just a silly over the top romantic entertainer.

AP Herald Ratings: 2

The movie is an 'Adults Only' thing and it might bother you little. Kindly don't watch this with your family members. But still it is a light hearted entertainer which you can enjoy alone. The witty one-liners and the real life incidents can make you fall in love with the movie. But still you can see lots of profanity and vulgarity everywhere. If you are taking your family to watch this movie, it is not the right kinda movie for you. This is like the movie, which has to be watched aloof in a room. Director Adhik has conveyed a much needed message. But the way he conveyed was too harsh. He just has labeled all the girls are same. Some characters like 'CD shop owner', 'Sengal Psycho' were beautifully sketched in the screenplay portion. As we said, this movie is enjoyable only if you are alone.