Watch: Prakash's girl problem in Trisha Illana Nayanthara trailer

  • Nivedita Mishra, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
  • Updated: Jul 07, 2015 15:23 IST

First things first -- Trisha Illana Nayanthara has the making of an 'FMCG' film - it's meant for fast consumption, is made for the young adult segment, and deals with the 'young adult' problem: love and sex.

The trailer opens with the film's hero GV Prakash Kumar standing in front of a multi-storey apartment demanding he get back his 'kisses'. Weird! Well, our hero is desperately seeking love (and is often 'lured' by the promised 'sex' by his friends to resolve his confusion). But he is obviously in love with one girl (Anandi) and can't decide if he can ever keep his hands of another temptress (Manisha Yadav).

Watch the trailer here:

Throughout the trailer, a legion of support characters keeps posting Kumar with what love is:
One says, "Dogs are meant to bark, humans are meant to love."

Another enlightens him saying: "If you want your love to be strong, you need to get physical." Yet another says: "True love is like dandruff. It may seem to be gone, but it is always there." There are others who question his 'virgin' status as well.

This one is for those who enjoy low-brow humour.

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