Nov 23, 2005
Good boy meets good girl and falls in love (this is like love at zeroth sight). A naughty girl loves the good boy. To complete the rectangle, a bad boy likes the good girl and their wedding is fixed. The good girl doesnt like the bad boy since she knows he is bad; the good guy comes to her rescue and tries a few tricks to stop the marriage. This the first hour of story. If you have watched enough Tamil cinema, you can guess what would happen later, and of course, the climax as well. Oh yeah, this movie is supposed to be a romantic comedy.
Srikanth carries the film through with his high-energy action. After Joot, he has given up his 'chocolate hero' image (some even called him 'thoongumoonji'). All his dialogues are in aarohanam (high pitch); yes, even when he speaks of his love. I really liked his role. Aarti Agarwal should better stay with Tollywood.. it is probably 3 years too late to enter Kollywood.. She acts OK but she should realize that she doesnt look cute anymore.. Looks like she would give tough competition to Namitha, who has gone one step higher in this movie compared to 'Chanakya'. Vikramaditya, in a grey role, does a good job except in scenes where he looks lost.
The director seems to have been inspired by SJ Suryah.. so now you know what I am talking about.. Lots of dialogues/scenes aimed at front-benchers (I mean genuine FBs, not the ones who go front bench in a desparate attempt to see the movie). The tricks played by the good guy and the bad guy are not inspiring enough.. The so-called comedy track by Vadivelu, 'Ganja' karuppu and others is irritating. Music by Srikanth-Deva has nothing worth to write about.
Worth watching once.