The film portray the life of a happy-go-lucky-youth named Shiva (Silambarasan), and the different women he meets in his life. All hell breaks loose when Shiva's equation with his fiancee ... See full summary »
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Sharp aka Vaalu (STR) is a carefree jobless youngster who leads his life happily without any fear or worries. Sharp sees Priya (Hansika) in the rain and immediately falls in love. Priya reciprocate his love instantly and is impressed by Sharp's good nature. When he proposes, Priya confesses about her parent's decision to get her married off to a maternal uncle Anbu (Aditya), who is a powerful thug and businessman. How Sharp wins over Priya ? Written by
Yet another masala movie targeted to please STR fans who have been missing him for three years on screen
Honestly this time before I start to review thought to give you the verdict for this movie. This is just another masala movie which primly targets the core fans of Simbhu who had missed him for three years on screen. Viewer discretion is strongly recommended for general audience. I was waiting patiently for the movie to end otherwise some people around me got up and ran away after the interval couldn't find them again. But I saw mostly positive reviews for the movie don't was it only me who didn't find this movie interesting? Usual story of a hero without job falls for a beautiful girl and wins her heart. There is a villain who desperately wants to marry the heroine, whether our hero wins his love or not that's the crux of the story. Director Vijay Chander didn't take much effort to build up the screen play as well eventually it was dragging. Editing wise there were so many mishaps. Songs were mere fillers and sounding same style over that almost all songs sung by STR in his own style auto tuned by S.S Thamman. Coming to the Cast Simbhu Santhanam pair first they have tried to recreate their usual magic but they fail because both of them seem to be matured and old for what they deliver thinking of college boy comedy. Felt really didn't suit them. STR-Hansika pair was also not as expected. STR after three years with less of maturity in acting still I feel he is in same mode of his gymnastics, circus style dancing and reading songs (sorry singing). If still Simbhu is thinking to survive in this cine field he has to know this is the right time to change. Moreover this multi talented star has mostly bagged on other lead stars spoofing and imitating them throughout the movie to please those fans as well. Felt over done and cheap trick. Simbhu you have a long way to go with strong competition in Tamil cinema now. Do come out of your closet. Don't just entertain your fans alone do think of the sensible crowd as well. Hansika was the only positive factor for the movie she was beautiful that's it nothing more than that. She exactly resembled yester year heroine Kushboo as usual. I went to the movie with no subterfuge but came out with a head ache. I am sure if there was no delay or litigation on this movie it would be a drop in the ocean. Thanks to this delay helped the movie in marketing. Note: I like STR and had loved his talents in so many of his previous ventures. So this is not someone who is anti Simbhu.
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