Bachelor Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- G Dilli Babu
- Sathish Selvakumar
- Performances of the stars are neat
- The BGM and visuals are good
- Dialogues should have been better
- The length should have been trimmed
"Bachelor" is a romantic entertainer scripted and directed by Satish Selvakumar. “G V Prakash Kumar,” Divyabharathi, Munishkanth Ramdoss, Bagavathi Perumal, Nakkalites Dhanam and Nakkalites Arun Kumar are cast. Dilli Babu produced the film. Theni Eswar cranked the camera, and San Lokesh edited the film. BGM is by Siddhu Kumar, and the songs are by GV Prakash, Siddhu Kumar, Dhibu Ninan Thomas, and AH Kaashif.
Darling is a carefree youngster working in an IT company, Bangalore. After seeing Subbu, he wants her to be his girlfriend. After convincing her, he started to have a live-in relationship with her. Soon, she gets pregnant and tells him about this. But, he wanted her to abort, which she didn't like. What happens next? The rest of the film speaks about this.
GV Prakash plays a youngster who doesn't care for others and concentrates only on his well-being. He suits the role well. Divyabharathi has done justice to the given role.
The director doesn't want GV Prakash's role to be heroic or show him as a decent guy. At the same time, Divyabharathi's role is also designed well that she knows how the boys will be, but fails to maintain her stand and falls for GV. The dialogues look raw at times, and it should have been avoided. The cinematography is perfect, and Theni Eshwar scores full. The second half is lengthy and the editing department should have cared for it. The climax didn't make any impact, although it has interesting content.
What's Not There?
Bachelor has some exciting and romantic scenes for the people who love this genre. If the negative things from the film are side-lined, it is a one-time watch!