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A very mainstream love story, in which the actor and the actress fall in love with each other and the rest of the story revolves around the drama and the problems which arise before them and which end by creating a difficulty for them. The director of the movie is G.V Seenu. Also, it will be a great sight to watch a film in which the director himself is playing the main role.
Plot: The plot revolves around two people, who gradually fall in love and the struggles which come in their way. Seenu lives with his mother, who is a widow she takes care of him and tries her best to keep him in a comfortable environment. Seenu as a young and a mature man falls in love with the actress (Aishwarya), what astonishes him is that the same girl is working with him in his office. They both mutually start falling for each other. The girl is purposely sent away from the guy so that they are unable to unite; they have to face a lot of problems to cross all these hurdles, to know what happens in the climax, do watch the movie.
Analysis: The film has nothing to offer, a basic script is what’s there. No newness and nothing innovative can make the audience feel like they are watching a repetitive episode of some movie. The direction is great; the director is successful in achieving his target audience. He is trying to blend romance with a monotonous love scene very well. Also, there are less of comic scenes. The music by Udayaraj is not up to the mark, but despite these flaws the movie can be watched once if it is strictly for entertainment purposes. Abdul Rahman, The Cinematographer, has done great camera work.
Star Performances: G.V Seenu, an actor cum director has tried to showcase a lot of emotions on screen, his performance is appreciable, and his hard work is seen. Dialogue delivery should be improvised, and little more drama is what the film lacks. Aishwarya Sant plays her role well, and this enhances Seenu’s part as well.
1. There is a good chemistry between the actor and the actress.
2. Strictly made for entertainment purposes.
What’s not there?
1. The story is quite repetitive.
2. The audience is likely to lose interest in between the film.
Verdict: A one time watch is what this movie is.
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