Manja Satta Pacha Satta Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Thamba Kutti Bambrosky
- Performance of the stars are quite okay
- Comedy is okayish
- Except for Guru Somasundaram, the film didn’t have known stars
Manja Satta Pacha Satta is directed by Thamba Kutti Bambrosky. The film has the star cast of Adithya Varman, Renu Soundar and Guru Somasundaram. Ganesh Raghavendra composed the music and Jai Suresh cranked the camera.
A politician and a corporate broker lock horns. As a result, the politician faces an Income Tax raid. On the same day, a couple of youngsters plan to rob an ATM. As the IT raid and the ATM robbery has some connection, the youngsters get caught. Everyone is searching for a jackpot and what the jackpot is and what happens to it forms the rest of the story.
Adithya Varman and Renu did what is required for their roles. Guru Somasundaram is the show stealer. He impresses the audience with his experienced performance.
The makers had taken the topic, Money, which is the important thing in everyone’s life. The movie has various characters, including some youngsters, who don’t know how to earn money, some greedy politicians, good cops and a couple of mentally challenged persons. The director has perfectly interlinked various subplots. The characters are unique and each character is given importance. The music composition by Ganesh is decent and the cinematography is good too.
What’s Not There?
Manja Satta Pacha Satta is an okayish movie with some good performances and comedy.