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John (Arya) and Regina (Nayanthara) are forced into wedlock against their wishes. Both undergo a rough patch initially in their marriage as they are not able to get over their past romances. Prior to their marriage, Regina was in love with Surya (Jai), while John romanced Keerthana (Nazriya). What leads to the Arya-Nayanthara wedding? How they forget their romantic past and finally come together forms the rest of the story.Written by
Raja Rani - Kingdom well ruled inspiring 'old movies'
The director deserves credit for giving the audience such a entertainer in his maiden movie itself. The actors did a creditable job. I loved Sathyaraj's characterization and pray god that parents are as cool n' cozy as him. Cuz, these days I read lot of girls/boys committing suicide from the papers. A huge assist by George Willy with his instrument for this movie. G.V's score is superb ( I loved Aarya's introduction bgm which lasted few seconds ). The songs which are few, quite entertaining I believe as we can expect more than one genre in each track (something uncommon in a Tamil movie).
There are two vital dislikes for 'me' in this and they are : (1) Sadly the movie is inspired from a couple of older movies (both from 80's- first one of Mohan's and other half Bhakiaraj's)... (2) IMO, scenes of irritating melodrama due to the fact "I" hate lasses love and people crying because of that. Sure, the director took some Johar's touch with the female actor's cry.
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