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90 Ml is scripted and directed by Anita Udeep. Udeep produced the film under NViz Entertainment banner. Aravind Krishna cranked the camera and Anthony edited the film. The movie has “ Oviya,” Anson Paul, Monisha Ram, Masoom Shankar, Shree Gopika, Bommu Lakshmi and Tej Raj. Besides composing the music, “ Silambarasan” plays a cameo role. This is his second film as the music director after “ Santhanam” movie Sakka Podu Podu Raja.
Thamara is married and she has drinking problems. Her husband takes her to a psychiatrist. Thamara has three more friends in her flats including Kajal, Paru and Suganya and everyone have different issues in their lives. Rita is a modern and practical girl and she rents a house in the flat and becomes friends with these four ladies. When they share their life experiences with Rita, she motivates them and tells them to enjoy their lives as they wish and also says that she could help them sort out their issues. Did she help them? What happens to the girls’ gang? Watch the film in theaters!
Oviya fits in the role well and the rest of the stars have done what is required for their roles.
The film has nothing new to offer in terms of the story, but it is different when we see girls playing the roles in a similar kind of script that had been filmed only with men. Drinking and smoking are projected as common and it might not go well with all the audience. Although the film has a lot of unwanted scenes, the director has projected the women liberation and as it is spoken from the women’s point of view, certain points might be received well from the women’s side. However, not all love the way the film had been shot. The film doesn’t have a strong screenplay and the bonding between the relationships. Simbu’s music is okayish.
What’s Not There?
90 Ml comes with a different casting and a different way of executing. It might not impress all, but might be a favorite film for some for some reason. If you want to watch a film with your family, then this is not the right choice!
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