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Rising hero of Kollywood Siva Karthikeyan, who was last seen in the social thriller Velaikkaran directed by Mohan Raja, is back to his fort, his trademark comedy entertainer, with his favorite director Ponram, with their third collaboration Seemaraja, also starring Soori, Samantha and Simran. As Seemaraja has released today on the festive occasion amidst huge expectations, here's team AP Herald's exclusive first on net Seemaraja review.
Seemaraja (Siva Karthikeyan) is a happy go lucky youngster from a royal family, leading a rich lifestyle along with his sidekick and assistant Maths (Soori) and is most often seen either resolving disputes or as part of disputes bashing baddies. He falls for Sudhandhira Devi (Samantha), and at the same time, situations lead to Seemaraja clashing with Kaleeswari (Simran). Was Seemaraja able to win Sudhandhira Devi's love and overpower Kaleeswari's evil plans, and how Seemaraja is linked to king Kadambavel Raja, is what the extremely entertaining, fun-filled mass entertainer Seemaraja is all about.
Siva Karthikeyan is his usual cool self and as Seemaraja the rich princely guy , a challenge loving and ever fighting and love mode guy, he's typically himself as he's impressive with his humorous body language and antics and excels as a mass hero in action sequences. This time around he offers a mass treat in an additional package with his performance as Tamil king kadambavel Raja in the flashback episodes as he excels with his Tamil fluency and looks.
Soori as his sidekick is a perfect foil for him and his humorous counters are a treat to watch and his chemistry with Siva Karthikeyan works yet again , with his six pack avatar Coming as a surprise. Samantha is cute and has a minimal part to perform as the Silambam teacher Suthanthiraa Devi and steals hearts with her cuteness. Simran as Kaleeswari is menacing and scheming and is every inch a typical rural antagonist and plays her part to perfection. Keerthy Suresh's cameo is sweet and lovely while the rest of the cast including Lal and Napoleon are adequate.
D Imman's background score is massy and elevates heroism perfectly at many necessary areas while of his songs, Unna vitta yaarum and Machakanni are the pick of the lot. Balasubramaniam's cinematography is top notch capturing the essence of the village princely atmosphere besides also capturing the flashback Episodes of kadambavel Raja in a grand and fascinating manner. Vivek Harshan's Editing is taut.
Director Ponram after his two succesful ventures both with his favorite Siva Karthikeyan and Soori has yet again joined hands with the duo after Varuthapadatha valibar Sangam and Rajinimurugan with Seemaraja, and has delivered what he promised, for the third time as well. The movie's plot though as old as hills keeps the audience engaged and entertained thanks to the hilarious duo Siva and Soori and Siva's confrontation Episodes with Simran and his bonding with Napoleon are shot well.
Besides the highlight episode, the period flashback portions with Siva Karthikeyan as king kadambavel Raja are shot on a grand scale in an impressive manner adding strength to the screenplay. The first half is on a brisk pace with several twists and turns and loads of humour while the second half is racy with several mass moments and goosebumps stuff for fans. Technically the movie is equipped well as Imman's songs are appealing and balasubramaniam's visuals are aesthetic and colourful and with Siva - Soori combo in top form with a gorgeous Samantha and a fun filled and tight screenplay, this Seemaraja is a winner who perfectly establishes his kingdom at audience hearts and is set to rule undisputed.
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