Edaal is a low budget movie with new faces. Has the movie met the expectations, or has it gone down the drains with new faces in it? One has to analyze the review to know…
Venkat is the son of a schoolmaster. He has many arrears to clear in his academics. He is seen loitering around with his friends. The heroine Shanti’s father owns a factory in the very same township. The sewage out of the factory affects the entire township. Both the hero and his father want the problem to be resolved and whether or not they bring an end to the issue is the story. Also, the story is quite engaging with the romance between Venkat and Shanthi, the daughter of the factory owner.
All of the movie artists are debutants. They have revealed skills in acting to the best of their ability. The hero Venkat has understood and done his role. Actress Shanthi also does well in the role she has taken up. Particularly, she does well when she hoodwinks her father and romances the hero.
Directing new faces is, of course, a challenge. The director has managed to make the best use of debutant faces in the movie. There is a tinge of humor in the movie with Shanthi’s father role sufficing the needs of the humorous villain in the movie. Being a low budget movie, it has its own restraints. But, the director has made it quite palatable for the audiences.
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Taking everything into account, the movie is a palatable dish served to the audience.
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