Vanna Jigina is a misguided effort. It wants to be a message movie, one that talks about the dark side of social networking (read Facebook), and how it lets people create an identity that is far removed from their true self. A similar theme was explored in last year's Nee Naan Nizhal, but while that film used this premise to narrate a crime story, here, Ravi Nanda Periyasaami uses it to talk about romance. This also gives him the chance to layer his story with one more message — the obsession for fair skin in our country and the lack of confidence among dark-skinned persons.
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