Manmadha Leelai is an adult-romance movie directed by Venkat Prabhu Venkat Prabhu is a multifaceted and multitalented >> Read More... . Muruganantham produced the film. Ashok Selvan Ashok Selvan is primarily a film actor, who has pl >> Read More... , Samyuktha Hegde, Smruthi Venkat, Riya Suman, “ V Jayaprakash V Jayaprakash is a Tamil film actor and producer, >> Read More... ,” Premgi Amaren A native of Chennai, Premgi Amaren is a multi-tale >> Read More... , and “ Karunakaran Karunakaran is an Indian movie actor and writer wh >> Read More... ” are cast. Thamizh A Azhagan cranked the camera, and Venkat Raajen edited the film. Premgi composed the music.
Sathya is a college student who meets Poorni on a social media platform. He chats with her and moves close to her. One day, when she informs him that her father is out of town, Sathya meets her and romances her. After ten years, he is married and has a kid. His wife goes out with their kid, and at the same time, Leela wrongly ends up in Sathya’s house and gives him a chance to repeat the same he did a decade back. Before Leela leaves Sathya’s house, Anu, his wife, returns. What would Sathya do? Will he get caught? The rest of the film deals with this.
Ashok has done a new character in his career so far. He is fantastic in the given role, and his expressions are incredible when he faces people in embarrassing situations. Samyuktha and Riya had done an excellent job. Smruthi didn’t have a substantial role, yet she did her part well.
After “Maanadu,” Venkat Prabhu has come up with a different script. Though it is an adult comedy film, there are no double-meaning dialogues. The director designed the story in two different periods within a decade. He made the non-linear kind of filmmaking interestingly. The main plot is how a womanizer attracts girls with his dialogues and expressions. If the writing had been better, Ashok Selvan’s performances might have reached better. Premgi’s BGM synchs well with the script. The cinematography and editing are neat.
What’s Not There?
For Ashok Selvan’s performance and VP’s way of filmmaking, the film is watchable once – But not with family!