Cast: Rathan, Manju, Kota Srinivasan Rao, Rajan P. Dev and others.
Producer: Shankar V. Rajan
Director: Sri Hari
Music: Jack Anand
Cinematography: K.G. Shankar, A. Vel Murugan
There happens to be a big sort of problem prevailing here and there in parts of Kollywood. Yeah! When you’ve the best technicians and casts in the film, it disappoints you. Again, when there’s a good them in hand, there’s no such top notching technical clarity in the film. It’s more evident with this week’s release. If Ananda Thandavam carried good star-casts and technical team in hand, the film dashed down your hopes. Again, Karthik Anitha has got a good script in hand, however the improper casting and middling technical aspects brims with similar outputs.
Karthik (Rathan) and Anitha (Manju) are close friends right from the small age. For a greater pleasant touch, their parents are too close and have been sharing good rapport. Karthik’s dad (Kotta Srinivasa Rao) is a lovable man and again Manju’s father (Rajan) is nowhere different. Scenarios are same like ‘Siva Manasula Sakthi’ where both the guy and girl keep playing pranks on each other. But they have their love interests for each other so hidden. Much clichéd, fate strike them when Karthik’s dad passes away accidentally and he’s the one person who knows about these sweethearts’ love. Meanwhile, a dirty-minded guy arrives seeking permission to get married with Anitha to which her parents agree. Finally, with not much of tension bounded sequence, the true love is revealed and there’s a happy ending.
Both Rathan and Manju are overwhelmed with good show living under the skin of their characterizations. Well, the rest of star-casts deserve same credits. But the lead actors are a wrong casting and director could’ve opted for famous actors to make the film more reachable. Much on the technical arenas, there isn’t anything more convincing. Cinematography is something that could’ve been much proper and richly presented. Jack Anand’s musical score is a great disappointment. A mediocre screenplay with few enjoyable parts makes the film quite promising for the B and C centre audiences.
Bottom – Line: Good theme with middling make