Hey Sinamika is scripted by Madhan Karky Madhan Karky Vairamuthu was born on March 10, 1980 >> Read More... and directed by “ Brinda Brinda is one of the best choreographers of South >> Read More... .” Jio Studios and Global Studios produced the film. Dulquer Salman, Kajal Aggarwal Kajal Aggarwal is a modern Indian model and film a >> Read More... , Aditi Rao Hydari As her title may be suggesting, Aditi the talente >> Read More... , and Shyam Prasad are cast in prominent roles. Govind Vasantha composed the music. cranked the camera, and Radha Sridhar Bio coming soon... >> Read More... edited the film.
Yaazhan and Mouna are husband and wife. Yaazhan takes care of the house, and Mouna is a working woman. Yaazhan is a doting husband who cares for his wife all the time. At one point, his caring nature makes Mouna get irritated, and she gets a transfer and moves to another city. But, Yaazhan, who loves his wife deeply, thinks that his wife might miss him and follows Mouna to her new residence. Mouna feels much irritated and wants to divorce him. She comes across Malarvizhi, a relationship counselor, who doesn’t have a good opinion about men. Mouna contacts Malar and asks her to romance her husband and make him fall for her, and that would become a strong reason for her to divorce him. What happened when Malar started moving closer with Yaazhan? Was Mouna able to live a life without Yaazhan? Wasn’t she possessive? The rest of the film deals with it.
DQ is cool and natural, as usual. Aditi is fantastic and she fits perfectly in the role. Kajal did her best. But, she didn’t suit well for this role. The rest of the cast did what was needed.
Though the plot might appeal silly, the director has made it pretty romantic and exciting. However, the climax disappoints many. This is the debut film for dance choreographer Brinda. She seems to have done good homework before entering the direction field. Madhan Karky’s writing is decent, yet there should have been some exciting scenes in the climax portions. However, the writer and the director have dealt with some sensitive issues on a lighter note and have given a smooth feel. The music is good, and the visuals are fantastic.
What’s Not There?
The film is breezy in the first half and a bit heavy in the second half. With the performances of the leads, the film is watch-worthy!