Dharala Prabhu Click to look into! >> Read More... is directed by Krishna Marimuthu Krishna Marimuthu, the director of Yuddham Sharana >> Read More... . The movie has Harish Kalyan Harish Kalyan is an Indian film and a television a >> Read More... , Tanya Hope Tanya Hope is an Indian film actress, popular amon >> Read More... and “ Vivek Vivekanandan is the birth name of the versatile co >> Read More... ” in the lead roles. Anupama Kumar Anupama Prakash Kumar born on 4th on December 1974 >> Read More... and “ Sachu Sachu is a veteran Tamil actress, who was born and >> Read More... ” area also in the cast. Dharala Prabhu is the remake of Vicky Donor Click to look into! >> Read More... , the popular Bollywood movie.
Kannadasan is a popular doctor who has been running a fertility clinic in Chennai. He had been hunting for a sperm donor. He meets Prabhu, a footballer, who lives happily with his mother and grandmother. When Kannadasan insists Prabhu to donate his sperm, Prabhu vehemently denies it and sends Kannadasan out. But, after some time, Prabhu was pushed to a situation that took him to Kannadasan and he agreed to donate sperm. After Prabhu’s arrival, Kannadasan’s business moved to a significant level. Nidhi and Prabhu fall for each other and both of them convince their families and decide to take their relationship to the next level. But after Nidhi comes to know about the regular sperm donation of Prabhu, a huge war started. What happened next? Watch the movie.
Harish Kalyan did an excellent job and he looks smart too. He played his role naturally and his chemistry with Vivek and Tanya Hope is excellent. Tanya did what is needed for her character. Anupama Kumar and Sachu had also given some decent performances. Coming to Vivek, he is the main part of the movie and without Vivek, the story will not move at all. He is excellent as usual and grabs the attention of the audience. His comedy timing, dialogues and body language are fantastic.
Krishna has taken hard efforts to do justice to the original and also has succeeded in it. At the same time, he had to take care of Tamil sensibilities that are required to make the audience watch the film without any odd feelings. The stars are also picked up, rightly. The music and cinematography are okayish. Although there are specific minus points, they need not be taken care of. The performance of the stars makes the audience glued to the seats.
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Congratulations to the director who remade the movie and did justice to the original. He maintained the originality of the film with the right Tamil sensibilities. Dharala Prabhu –watchable!