Production: Ralph Productions
Cast: Rijan Suresh, Aarshitha, Raja
Music: Rajin Mahadev
Cinematography: J.K. Kalyanam
Murugan is a jobless carefree youngster who is the head of a fan club of a leading star. He falls in love with a neighboring girl Amudha (Aarshitha), who cares a damn for him. However, our hero chases her.
Inspired by the filmy love sequences, Murugan uses those techniques on Amutha. This kind of gimmicks makes lives miserable to those close to him and Amutha. The girl tries her best to get rid of him but our hero is relentless. What happened to the love forms the crux.
Director Nagarajan has effectively used the love episodes of Tamil movies to make his movie. He has aptly made his hero as a die-hard fan of a hero. The spoof is well written and executed. The theatre bursts with laughter in many sequences. The movie is full of genuine satire and hence it becomes nearer to our hearts.
He must be applauded for the fact that he has avoided obscenity in the name of comedy. Amidst all the fun the director has uploaded the rights of women in a commendable way. The climax, which is routine, is the only thing that disappoints.
Director’s choice of actors is apt. He has made Rajan’s dialogue delivery itself as a form of satire and Rajan has understood it well and handled it with ease. Aarshitha looks like a girl next door and she dances and acts well too. Others including Raja has done their parts admirably well
Cinematographer J.K. Kalyanam has been a major asset for the film by giving visual sense to the dialogue dominated scenes. Rajan Mahadev’s songs have come out good. Two pep songs are enjoyable. The background score fits well with the mood of the spoof.
Fun filled script
Nothing new as story
Verdict: The movie offers a lot of comedy using the filmy romantic sequences and comes out as a clean entertainer despite a disappointing climax.
Azhahendra Sollukku Amudha: Genuine spoof on filmy love