Banner: AVM Productions
Cast: Varun Sandesh, Vimala Raman, Giri Babu, Reshmi, Rahul, Anu Haasan, Ali, Venu Madhav, Rama Prabha, Kota, Surekha Vani, Brahmanandam (guest appearance) etc
Music: Mani Sharma
Editing: Marthand K Venkatesh
Director: Marthand K Shankar
Producers: M Saravanan, M S Guhan, Aparna Guhan, Aruna Guhan
Release date: 26th June 2009
Love can happen at anytime and any place. How convincingly was this told in this movie, let us see.
Venkat (Varun) is a happy go lucky guy who is not responsible about anything but then his life takes a turn when he sees Madhumita (Vimala) and falls in love with her at first sight. From then on, he starts hatching plans to win her heart and finally he does.
However, in this process, he does a small mistake which leads to a great confusion and problem and Madhu leaves him without giving any chance to explain.
Whether he manages to win her heart and what changes he undergoes in this process forms the rest of the story.
Hero: Varun Sandesh:
The confidence of bagging two hits with the starting of career is seen in him. He carried the entire movie on his shoulders and shown enough of energy levels. He needs to work on his body quotient. He may look better with some grooming and adding on some muscle. He has improved his dialogue delivery which was thick in his earlier movies.
Heroine: Vimala Raman:
She is like a sheer poetry. Her beauty is marvelous and enthralling. She looked seductive and sensuous and she has performed to her role. She suits best beside big heroes than lean guys like Varun Sandesh. An inch loss in her body would certainly pinch the hearts of youngsters and teenagers as well. Her smile is also captivating and personality is enchanting.
Giri Babu was regular, Rama Prabha and Sakuntala were okay, Reshmi looked good, Rahul was alright, Ali was normal, Venu managed few light moments, Anu Haasan did her bit with standard, the others like Surekha Vani, Rahul were brief.
The dialogues were okay, the script was a bit random but the screenplay was suitable to it. Music was a let down and barring one or two songs, nothing much can be said. Cinematography was average, editing was neat, costumes and art department did their bit to prove their presence.
- The scene at the TV showroom where Varun’s brother gives him money
- Varun’s bold approach to shoulder the entire film
- Varun’s way of making children sleep
The rain song was cut down which proved to be a disappointment for many young audiences
The film tried to attempt to be a light hearted romantic entertainer but then the comedy track has been quite weak. Even the plot as such is outdated and it was not long before the viewers could predict what was coming next. The entire first half has been devoted to a stale comedy of the grannies at the hospital and it must be said that the flavor was lost due to it. This is a romantic treat but the touch of romance and its feel was not in sufficient doses.
The second half also was a bit mixed with up with inconsequent scenes and forced songs. However, the technical values and the production values of the film are good and this has elevated the film a bit. Due credit goes to the makers for entrusting the hero with the large responsibility of going through the entire movie. There is no special part for the mass audience and the family audience might like it in parts. The pace of the film has been consistent but unwanted songs during the second half hampered the momentum.
Overall, this is a film that is technically neat and good in few points but the agility in keeping the audiences attached to screen is missing especially in second half that marred the final result.
Bottom Line: Not up to expectations