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“ Embiran” is Scripted and directed by Krishna Pandi, the assistant of Magizh Thirumeni. Embiran has Rejith Menon and Radhika Preeti in the lead roles. Moulee, Kalyani Natrajan, Valliyappa and Kishore Dev play the supporting roles. Panchavarnam Films produced the film. Prasanna composes the music. Kabilan Vairamuthu penned the lyrics. Pugazhendhi cranked the camera and Manoj edited the film.
Jaya loves Dr Priyan, one-sided. But, Priyan doesn’t know who Jaya is. Jaya opened about her love for Priyan to her grandpa. She takes her grandpa to Priyan’s hospital to speak about her love on him. But, before they reach the place, they meet an accident and her grandpa dies on the spot. Jaya goes to coma. But, the grandpa’s soul tries to reveal his granddaughter’s love to Dr Priyan. Did he succeed? Watch the film in theaters!
Rejith Menon has performed decently. He had dubbed his own voice. Good effort! Moulee plays a guest role, yet neat. Radhika Preethi is good in her performance.
Unlike some horror ghost stories, Embiran focuses on how the elders will help us, even after their death. Although this is a good attempt like Ananthapurathu Veedu, certain scenes are repeated again and again and make us feel bored. Casting team receives appreciation. Even in the coma, the heroine is in full makeup! This makes the audiences giggle. With a small point, the director has narrated a full-length story for 2+ hours. Either the length should have been minimized or some sub-plots or interesting scenes should have been added. However, we should appreciate the director for giving a decent love track without any vulgarity. BGM is okayish than the songs. Visuals by Pugazhendhi are fantastic and add strength to the film. Although editing is neat, if unnecessary scenes had been cut, it would have been better.
What’s Not There?
Although the theme is good, if the director had concentrated a bit on certain scenes, this film would have got a better reach. However, unlike some love stories, this film is a decent one that could definitely be watched with the family.
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