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“ Thavam Click to look into! >> Read More... ” was directed by AR Suriyan and R Vijayanand. The movie has the music composition by Srikanth Deva Srikanth Deva, an Indian music director who had do >> Read More... and the cinematography is by Velmurugan. SP Ahmed is the editor. The movie has star cast of “ Seeman Sebastian Seeman is popularly recognised as Seeman >> Read More... ,” Vasi Asif Vasi Asif is a popular movie Actor. He works mostl >> Read More... , Pooja Shree Pooja Shree is an Indian Movie actress who has wor >> Read More... , Archana Singh Archana Singh is the latest addition to the list o >> Read More... , “ Singampuli Singampuli is a well known actor in Kollywood indu >> Read More... ,” Bose Venkat Bose Venkat Commonly Known as Venkat, is an Indian >> Read More... , Santhana Bharathi Santhanabharathi is a famous actor, director of Ta >> Read More... , Black Pandi, Cool Suresh Cool Suresh is an Indian playback singer, popular >> Read More... , Tenali Rama Chandran and Vengal Rao.
Three childhood friends get separated. They meet after two decades. One of the friends wants to take revenge for his father's death. What made him think that his friends are the reason for his father's death? Watch the movie to know the rest.
The leads stars did some decent job. Seeman did justice to the given role and the rest of the actors didn't impress.
The script is not much impressive; so does the screenplay. If the editor had trimmed certain scenes, it would have been better. The narration didn't impress the audiences. Besides this, the flashback portion is stretchy. A flashback in the flashback sequence is boring. The songs seem to be unnecessary and had been inserted in improper places. The directors had created emotional scenes to attract audiences. But those scenes failed to impress. Except for a few artists, none played well and after a particular point, watching the movie tests the patience.
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