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Ponniyin Selvan 2 Behindwoods Review: Ponniyin Selvan 2 Released Today

Ponniyin Selvan 2 Behindwoods Review details provided below. Everyone knew that Mani Ratnam had a huge burden on his shoulders when he decided to take on the project of Ponniyin Selvan, the acclaimed novel by Kalki, and adapt it for the big screen. Numerous readers of all ages have enjoyed the book, and it is frequently discussed. If that wasn’t enough to draw my attention to the books, the multiple girls in my class at school who were given the name Nandini as a result of the novels served as a regular reminder of how the 1955 novel continues to have an impact on families. I could tell that Ratnam was under pressure to live up to people’s expectations when I watched Ponniyin Selvan 1.

PS2 doesn’t begin where PS1 does. Instead, it reveals the two characters who will make up the movie’s heart and soul: Nandini (Aishwarya Rai Bachchan) and Aditha Karikalan (Vikram). Finally, the details of Nandini’s struggle for the throne, her relationship with Aditha, and a possible explanation for how an orphan came to be among the royals are revealed. Arunmozhi Varman, also known as Ponniyin Selvan (Jayam Ravi), is the subject of this story, but Ratnam does such an excellent job of capturing your interest that you briefly forget this. The director returns us to Arunmozhi soon enough.