Yennanga Sir Unga Sattam is scripted and directed by Prabhu Jeyaram Bio coming soon... >> Read More... . RS Karthik RS Karthik is an Indian film Actor and a Producer, >> Read More... , “ Rohini Rohini is a multi-talented South Indian actress, d >> Read More... ,” Junior Balaiah Junior Balaiah is a well-known theater and movie a >> Read More... , Bagavathi Perumal Bagavathi Perumal (commonly referred to as Bucks) >> Read More... , Dhanam, Madras Meter Gopal, Vikas, Vijayan and many others are cast. It is a film with dual stories. Guna Balasubramanian Besides being a music director, Guna Balasubramani >> Read More... composed the music. Arunkrishna Radhakrishnan handled the camera and editing is by Prakash Karunanithi. Passion Studios produced the film.
In the first story, JP is a happy-go-lucky guy with no ambition. He wants to live comfortably. His father couldn’t compromise anything for his caste. The plot mainly deals with caste issues. The second story also deals with the same caste issues. But, it is quite different and has different subplots. It deals with the reservation quota and its effects.
Rohini is impressive with her performances, and Junior Balaiah too. Both of them showcased their experience with incredible expressions, dialogue delivery, and body language. RS Karthik is pretty decent with his role.
The director had taken a sensitive subject and dealt with it quite neatly. The screenplay is good. However, some scenes could have been avoided. The choice of actors is good, especially the senior stars and the YouTube celebs. Although the attempt is good, there are some loopholes in the film, which could have been avoided. Certain scenes make us feel as if we are watching a short film. The director links two stories with a common point. The song sequences seem to be unnecessary, and some of them could have been avoided. The dialogues are okay. Some scenes needed a sharp cut. The music and the visuals are neat.
What’s Not There?
The director has chosen a sensitive script that speaks about society. Although he handled it quite well, there are some flaws in the film. But, the performances of the stars cover up those flaws and make the film a one-time watch!