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The movie Unnodu Ka is a venture with many actors in it. The movie could draw the audiences to the theater for the actors in it. Otherwise, how the movie has fared, and whether or not it suffices audiences expectations, you will know by reading the review.
Prabhu and Thennavan hail from Sivalingam, a village in Tamil Nadu. Although there is enmity between their families, both Prabhu and Thennavan are friends. They show out like they clash with each other, but they are hell-bent on establishing good friendship between themselves. They fear that their friendship would not last if they are in the village. So, they enact a clash and leave for Chennai. The friends rent houses just opposite to each other.
Prabhu and Urvashi, Thennavan and Sriranjani are couples; the couples have Aari and Maya as their children respectively. Both of the families desire to get their children married. But, the children are against each other. There is a twist in the plot when the relatives of the families clash in their hometown. Many other twists in the movie keep the audiences at the edge of their seats. What happens finally is the rest of the story.
The movie’s hero Aari’s role is in stark contrast to his previous roles in other movies. Maya, who has done the heroine, has done a commendable work. There is a dearth of romance in the movie. Aari and Maya are constantly seen fighting with each other. Both have taken up their roles with much ease. The role done by Prabhu, Urvashi, Thennavan, and Sriranjani deserves applause. There are other experienced actors in the movie as Mansoor Ali Khan, Manobala, and M S Bhaskar.
Director RK has taken a movie with a hoard of stars in it. He intended to give a family entertainer and the movie also is good at some places. However, there is no humorous vein running in the movie. The twists and the turns in the movie could have been taken in more interesting fashion.
What is there?
What is not there?
The movie is a fine entertainer which could just about manage to meet the audiences’ expectations.
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