Star-casts: V.N.R. and Akshaya
Production: Rajashree Films
Story, Screenplay, Dialogues and Direction: A.R. Ganapathy
With Kollywood getting through its changing phase, there are few filmmakers who still remind us there are worst flicks are still prevailing. Previous month’s release was quite commendable though not most of them were made at big budgets or superstars on the title cards. Nevertheless, watching ‘Gaja’ is again a great disastrous moment for the audiences. A ridiculous one on its very theme and that gets you annoyed all the time right from the opening title till the climax.
Much before getting along with synopsis, here are some the questions we wanna shoot out on the filmmaker.
Does he think audiences are dim-witted?
Why it is always many filmmakers like him depict the most obscene factors and then finally come up with a good message? Do they plan to flee from Hell-Purgatory to heaven? Well, before the show ends there are more lots of questions that rise in your minds.
Gaja (VNR) working in a finance company that offers loans in no way is a good guy. He’s the most villainous character that you could have spotted on the screens. A great womanizer who doesn’t even his newly married colleague and forge her husband as the murderer as she gets killed accidentally due to Gaja’s abuse. Much hatred draws towards him when he seduces his boss’ wife by luring into temptation with such stories… As his boss gets to know about this, he sets fire to himself and his wife. Gaja doesn’t heed to his friends advice and continues with his evil acts. One day, he gets to see a beautiful girl (Akshaya) in a temple and falls in love with her. But she gets to marry her cousin Ganesh (Again played by VNR). But his insatiable passion for her doesn’t stop and it’s a fortune for him as Ganesh is the one replacing his dead boss. Yeah! Gaja himself approaches Akshaya and assures that he one day with her consent, he would seduce her. (What a desire?)
Though Akshaya keeps informs Gaja’s threatening desire to her innocent husband, he doesn’t heed or trust her as Gaja has won his faith.
When the day he swore that would happen, Does Akshaya falls as prey to Gaja or has some other plans forms crux of the story.
Director should’ve been more influenced by Ajith’s Vaali, Vijay’s Azhagiya Tamizh Magan. The film lacks complete solidity and better he could’ve made a porn movie instead. However, VNR has tried his level best in differentiating himself from Ganesh to Gaja. Akshaya hasn’t convinced us like in her debut film ‘Kalabha Kadhala’. Musical score and other technical aspects are middling. That’s it! You don’t have nothing much to get on with this film.
On the whole, ‘Gaja’ is a film that isn’t worth watching at any cost. It’s more equivalent to committing suicide and that’s our verdict…
Bottom – Line: A worst film ever made
Verdict: Watching this film is the biggest mistake in your life.