Meenakshi Sundareshwar On Netflix Is So Preoccupied With Sweetness, It Forgets To Be Anything Else – sarkariaresult » sarkariaresult


Director: Vivek Soni
Writers: Vivek Soni, Aarsh Vora
Forged: Sanya Malhotra, Abhimanyu Dasani, Trishaan, Purnendu Bhattacharya, Ritika Shrotri, Sukhesh Arora
Cinematographer: Debojeet Ray
Editor: Prashanth Ramachandran

To be clear, the Tamil in Meenakshi Sundareshwar is terrible — a extra concerned, and degenerate model of what we noticed in 2 States (a minimum of that had Revathi, cushioning the cultural atrocities). That is Dharma Productions, once more, attempting to co-opt the Tam-Brahm agraharam structure for aesthetic variety. This wouldn’t be an excessive amount of of an issue have been it not for the pronunciations, which aren’t simply off, however comically shrill, saying their excessively enunciated incorrectness. As if the makers have been solely within the aesthetic and not the tradition they wish to painting. The way in which they pronounce “Thalaiva” as Tha-Laai-va, (a pointy and noxious throwback to Thalaivii promotions) and even one thing elemental as Appa and Amma betrays an effort. The actors be certain the primary and second syllables are gin-clear, as in the event that they have been simply studying the language, not mixing a sound into the earlier or following phrase, as you’d in a cushty tongue — talking not phrase by phrase, however thought by thought. 

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