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Plot: The story revolves around three childhood friends, Jeeva, Ramya, and Aditi. Jeeva and Ramya are in a relationship and are happy with each other. Suddenly, things start complicating, and she ditches him to bring peace to their life. At the same time, Aditi proposes Jeeva, and he accepts her, believing it will help him move on. Soon, she also ditches him for the better good. Depressed by this, Jeeva returns to his village in search of peace. In his village, he again counters Ramya when she comes to apologize to him for what happened between them earlier. Seeing things in his favor, Jeeva again proposes Ramya, and they both starts dating again. But suddenly, Jeeva ditches Ramya; leaves the village and run away. To know why you have to watch the movie.
Analysis: The movie is 'A' certified and the director has taken full advantage of it. It has some very comic double meaning dialogues, and Adhik has very cleverly used them in the movie. The movie starts with the introduction of characters and does pretty well in the first half of the comedy and its story. However, the second part falls apart, and Adhik has failed to add any masala into it. Some logics will also frustrate you, and you will find it difficult to get through it. The movie fails to convince the audience with its story and.
Some dialogues have been forcefully kept into the film, and it does not make any sense. The movie also lacks behind in the technical areas like editing and screenplay and fails terribly to make it precise. The background score is bad, and you will notice that they are copied from various other films.
Star performances: G.V. Prakash is average with his performance and doesn't and has done just enough to get through the line. V.T.V. Ganesh is also average, but he delivers dialogues to perfection. His accent of delivering the punch lines makes you laugh after every shot. Manisha has done a cameo and is ok with it.
However, the surprise from the lot is Anandhi. She must be applauded for such a performance in a male oriented movie. Adhik has done excellent work in the first half but left the second half, and you will feel disappointed after such a brilliant start. Richard M. Nathan has failed as a cinematographer and didn't create any space for his work.
What's there? It has some very well executed double meaning dialogues and will make you laugh. The movie starts off with a brilliant start and will never let you blink with its catchy phrases and direction. Also, the music is good enough to make you sing along with it.
What's not there? The movie is 'A' certified and thus will be able to impress only a certain criteria of the audience. Some people might feel offended with the movie. The second half seems too long and lacks the elements to make it precise and catchy. The editing fell lose in the movie, and some scenes are forced to kept.
Verdict: The movie is below average but still have some double meaning dialogues and funny punches to make it interesting. You can watch it if you like adult comedy otherwise it's just a waste of money.
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