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“ Monster” is the fantasy comedy film scripted and directed by Nelson Venkatesan. The film is produced by SR Prakash Babu, “ S R Prabhu,” Thanga Prabaharan and Gopinath under Potential Studios banner. Justin Prabhakaran composes the music. Gokul Benoy cranked the camera and VJ Sabu Joseph edited the film. The movie has SJ Surya, Priya Bhavani Shankar and Karunakaran in the cast.
Anjanam Azhagiya Pillai follows Vallalaar path and leads a soft and normal life. He works in the Electricity Board. Anjanam Azhagiya Pillai family seeks a suitable alliance for him and they visit Meghala’s house. Meghala, who rejected him initially, started loving him after knowing his nature. He purchases a flat and has plans to settle there with his family. A rat that gets in his house, settles there. Although Pillai tries to send it out using various ways, it didn’t get caught and escapes from him. Meanwhile, a smuggler, who was the previous owner of the flat, had left out something precious in the flat. What happens to Anjanam? Did the smuggler get his things? Watch the film in theaters!
SJ Surya has done an excellent job. His expressions and body language are stunning. Priya Bhavani Shankar had given a decent performance and so does Karunakaran.
Nelson has come with a different plot and we are sure that this will attract the kids. Although the film has a slow start, it picks up its pace at the right time. The story moves interestingly well and thanks to the neat screenplay that didn’t bore the viewers. The comedy sequences are neatly scripted and they make the audiences laugh out loud. The casting team should be appreciated for choosing SJ Surya and the rest of the actors. SJ Surya is the right choice for the role and none could have pulled out the role like him. Some scenes seem to be repetitive in the second half. The music and cinematography are excellent.
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Although the film started a bit slow, it moves quickly. SJ Surya impresses the audiences with his dialogues, body language and expressions. The director has equally mixed up the comedy and the sentiments and had given a good film for this summer to enjoy with the family!
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