What Is Good
- Anupama Parmeswaran
What Is Bad
- Second Half
- Predictable scenes
As we all knew, Samantha is Trivikram's muse and Trivikram often gives strong characterization for Samantha. She is completely fabulous as Anasuya Ramalingam. She proved her mettle as a obedient girl for parents and a naughty girl behind them. She dominates the screen single headed. Nithiin also did an excellent job. But after Samantha, it is Anupama Parameswaran who grabs attention. She is flawless and the own voice is effing perfect.
Naresh as Ramalingam is perfect as father. Every girl dreams of such a father. Nadiya is at her usual best and she is a rigid mom too. Rest of the cast is also good and everyone have done justice to their roles. That Mangamma character was also perfect. The artist who essayed the role did justice to the character.
The story deals with Love, Family values, Emotions and it also has Trivikram Trademark stamped all over. Mickey.J.Meyer has composed some mesmerizing tunes. Background score is soothing to our ears. He done a neat job as composer. Nataraj Subramanian has done magic through his lens. Even village localtions were shown in an enriching way. Editing is also neat. But second half deserves little trim. Production values are high and that is obvious in each frame. Dialogues are the backbone. But it lacks the depth which usually Trivikram's earlier movies had too.
Trivikram once again proved he is the 'Master' and he has narrated a family drama blended with all entertainment factors. The visuals are breathtaking and the gripping narration is a biggest plus. Casting is biggest plus and first half is so good. Anupama is definitely a new talent found and she will be the next big thing. Rao Ramesh scores more in climax. Samantha and Nithiin are the trump card and Trivikram has crafted them perfectly. On the negative side, the second half is a tad slow and in some scenes, we can feel the length is too long. Script also gets too stereotypical as it passes by.
Sri Divya is back with her Lucky Hero 2016 saw the release of the hard-hitting sports and medical condition oriented action drama Eetti directed by debutant Ravi Arasu, and the movie starring young hero Atharvaa and Sri Divya was a fairly successful outing commercially with decent reviews as well.
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