Mynaa is a 2010 Tamil-language romantic drama film directed and written by Prabu Solomon. Jointly distributed by Udhayanidhi Stalin and Kalpathi S. Aghoram, it stars Vidharth, in his debut venture, and Amala Paul in the lead roles. Featuring an acclaimed soundtrack by D. Imman, the film, which garnered much anticipation prior to release, released on 5 November 2010, coinciding with the Diwali festival, receiving critical acclaim.

Mynaa, the Kollywood bird in waiting to kiss the silver screens on Diwali, is a debut creation of Shalom Studios, the production house of Prabhu Solomon, who happens to be its director too. Distribution rights have been taken up by Udhayanidhi Stalin along with AGS Entertainment. Udhayanidhi is confident that despite newcomers starring in Mynaa, it is bound to score high because of Prabhu Solomon’s narration and the team’s performance.

Prabhu Solomon seems a person with a fire in the belly to direct films without confining the stories to homes and streets alone. He desires that the script lines should go beyond that and explore the abundance in nature’s beauty. He seems to adore nature and wants that to be given a pivotal place in the storyline. He expresses his admiration for Hollywood movies that well explore nature and accepts their strong influence in shaping his thought processes. Mynaa lounges in nature’s beauty under Prabhu Solomon’s direction.

The star cast has Vidharth, Amala Paul, Thambi Ramaiah, Sethu G Pillai with many others to give meaning to the director’s conception. The quality of the film has been enhanced by powerful performances.

The young Tamil music director to be watched, D Imman, has scored amazing music which has been well received like his previous albums. The songs are already topping the charts. The audio release had Kamal Haasan and Parthiban felicitate the young producer and team for their scintillating performance and the good music. Their appreciation has instilled great confidence in the team.

The cinematography is handled by M Sukumar and art direction by Vairabalan. With a clean chit from the censor board and an entertaining story, Mynaa is expected to scale to the list of Tamil cinema’s good movies. The director confirms that it has the right blend of all the ingredients for good entertainment along with distinct insertions of innovative features.

Mynaa, the bird with a new pair of wings, is set to hit the theatres on Diwali. As goes the trend, down-to-earth script is finding a sure place for itself these days. So Mynaa, a story presented with freshness with no compromise on quality, has slowly started earning accolades right from the audio release. Diwali will see Mynaa fly high to touch new horizons.