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“ Sema” is a romantic comedy entertainer scripted by director Pandiraj and directed by Vallikanth. The film features “ G V Prakash Kumar” in the lead role. Arthana Binu plays the female lead. Besides scripting the film, Pandiraj produced the film and it is co-produced by Ravichandran. Sema movie star cast has Yogi Babu, Kovai Sarala, Sujatha Sivakumar, Mansoor Ali Khan and Assisi Ronald Gibson. GV Prakash composed the songs and the BGM. Vivek Anand is the cinematographer and the editing department is handled by Pradeep E Ragav.
Kuzhandai is a vegetable vendor in Trichy. His mom seeks a bride for him. As per his horoscope, if he didn’t get married within three months, his marriage will be postponed for six years. So, his mother seeks a bride urgently for her dear son. Some of the brides reject Kuzhandai and finally, he gets Balu’s daughter Magizhini as his fiancé. They decided to make the function big after a few days. But, Balu changes his mind, as his daughter has got a big offer from a politician’s son. But, Balu’s wife doesn’t like the politician family. So, Kuzhandai and Maghizh plan to get married with the support of their mothers. Did they get married? What did Balu do to stop the marriage? Watch the film in theaters!
GV Prakash and Arthana Binu have done her part well, as directed. Kovai Sarala and Sujatha Sivakumar excelled in their body language, expressions and the dialogue modulations. Yogi Babu and Mansoor Ali Khan have done their part neatly.
Vallikanth makes his entry with Pandiraj’s script. The script is not new and the scenes too. However, the star cast and their performances make us sit in the theater. Technically the film sounds good. Vallikanth’s directing style resembles that of Pandiraj and at times doubt arises if Pandiraj had directed this film.
What’s Not There?
Although the film doesn’t have anything new regarding the script, narration and the lead performances, it didn’t make us feel bored. Sema is not really Sema, but could be watched once, for sure!
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