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“ Taramani” is scripted and directed by Ram Subramaniam of Thanga Meengal fame. The film has Andrea Jeremiah in the lead role along with newbie Vasanth Ravi. “ Anjali” plays a guest role in the film. Taramani also has the star cast of Azhagam Perumal and Adrian Knight Jesly. Yuvan Shankar Raja composed the songs and the background score and the cinematography is by Theni Eshwar. A Sreekar Prasad edited the film. Ram co-produced the film along with “ J Sathishkumar” under the banner Catamaran Productions. The film, which was started three years back, had a lot of hurdles in releasing. At last, it released today amidst huge expectations.
Diya, an Anglo Indian lady, works in an IT hub as an HR. She is a free spirited lady and doesn't follow the rules laid for an ordinary woman. Although Diya seems to have a good life with a handsome salary, she has a lot of sad stories behind her in the name of a family. Diya has a child from her dissolved marriage. Prabhunath is an unemployed man, who had a love failure. In a couple of meetings, Prabhunath falls for Diya. But, Diya expects just a companion and not a partner to share her life. Diya smokes and drinks. When Prabhunath asks Diya to leave these habits, he questions him back. In a situation, both get separated. Prabhunath develops hatred and leads a life as he wishes. When he feels that he had been leading a sinful life, he decided to go back to Diya. Will Diya accept him? Watch the film in theaters.
Andrea has just given a bold performance. This might be her best performance so far. Vasanth Ravi, being a debutant, had done justice to his role. Anjali and Azhagam Perumal had done the job given to them perfectly.
Ram has taken a bold script, this time. Ram has tried his best to define the life and how it should be lived. The cast selection is excellent. We have to appreciate Ram for his non-preachy nature.
What’s Not There?
Ram has chosen a script that reflects the lives of the IT people and the aimless youth. Ram has carried out a tough genre and presented it neatly. Although it is not a family entertainer, people could watch the film in theaters, leaving the kids at home.
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