Born in Hyderabad, Jai Akash falls in love with a Tamilian, even though not fluent in Tamil and ends up marrying her too. Following that he gets the opportunity to go to London for a job and he takes his wife with him to start a new phase abroad.
All goes well until Jai Akash ends up in a car crash. The car he collides with is driven by a doctor who saves Jai's life and treats him. Post surgery, Jai gets back his consciousness.
But the problem is far from over for Jai who experiences a couple of changes. He feels like a different person and he figures out that he is suffering from the medical condition, split personality. Because of this, a number of issues arise in his life and even his marital bliss with his loving wife gets disturbed.
How will Jai handle the problems? Who's the other person that comes as the other personality in him? Who is the reason behind all this commotion? Naan Yaar has tried to answer these questions in an amicable manner.
As the lead of this flick, Jai Akash has done all he could in his power to deliver a good film. If the question is whether the film lives up to that expectation, the answer is, unfortunately it doesn't. Though he has done a decent job with acting, dance and action, there seems to be something missing which doesn't make his hard work look satisfactory.
The story and screenplay for this film is done by Jai Akash himself. There doesn't seem to be much clarity in either of them. A number of scenes remind us of other films. N.Ratha has done his best in directing this film.
The heroine, Soniya Sharma, doesn't have much opportunity to showcase her talents. Rest of the cast members have done their parts aptly.
U.K.Murali has crooned the music and the songs aren't that great. More importance could've been given to the background music. Deva Raj's cinematography and Samrat's editing doesn't do much in saving the film either.
Overall, Naan Yaar is a film that tries to imitate a high budget film shot in abroad but falls flat because of failure in many departments.