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Annapoorani: The Goddess Of Food

Annapoorani: The Goddess Of Food:-

Releasing Date:-                01 Dec, 2023                      

Genre:-                                Drama

Cinema:-                              Movie (Tamil)  

Critic’s Rating:-                 Parking 3.0/5

Avg. Users’ Rating:-         Parking  3.8/5

IMDb Rating:-                     Parking  5.3/10

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Cast & Crew:-

Director:-            Nilesh Krishnaa

Actor:-                  Nayanthara, Sathyaraj, Jai

                                  K.S. Ravikumar, Achyuth Kumar

Annapoorani: The Goddess Of Food Movie Story:-

A woman from a Brahmin family aspires to be the finest chef in the country, but in order to do so, she must learn the preparation of non-vegetarian foods, which goes against her traditional family’s beliefs and morals.

Annapoorani: The Goddess Of Food Movie Review:-

Annapoorani is a feel-good and inspirational drama film directed by Nilesh Krishnaa, which tells the story of Nayanthara, a woman with an extraordinary sense of taste who has been given the gift of cooking from birth. Her father Rangarajan, devoted to Lord Ranganathar, chooses to serve food to the God rather than work in the railways. When Annapoorani decides to become a chef, her father’s devotion is challenged when she decides to cook “impure” non-vegetarian food.

The film is divided into two halves, with the first half focusing on Annapoorani’s journey to learn cooking without causing harm to her family, and the second half on her journey to discover her love for cooking after an event that robs her of her gift. The director uses animated segments to illustrate the challenges Annapoorani faces in achieving her dream, but this can be both simplistic and overkill.

Nayanthara uses her screen presence to convey messages of women empowerment, but her performance is functional and generic. The rest of the actors provide solid support, with Achyuth Kumar and Jayaprakash bringing out the conflicted frame of mind of the protagonist. Sathyaraj, as Chef Anand, plays the supportive mentor, while Jai, as Farhan, plays the second fiddle to Nayanthara. Karthik Kumar adds layers to the villain, a chef who seeks validation from his father.

Despite the inherent inspirational element in the plot, the film provides entertainment and keeps viewers rooted in their seats. Visuals of more women entering classrooms and the kitchens of hotels riding on Annapoorani’s achievement give a high-energy feeling.

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