Two young lovers are compatible in every way - they even agree that marriage is futile. However, their emotions are not so easily managed, especially when they witness the unconditional love of the older couple with whom they live.
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Adhi (Dulquer) a happy-go-lucky lad, bumps into Tara (Nithya Menon), a bubbly girl loaded with energy and fall in love. The duo have plenty in common and the most striking one is that they both hate marriage. So after flirting with each other, they move in together for a live-in relationship. Their jolly go stint rocks on until that juncture comes when they have to answer the big question of whether to move forward or not.Written by
Mani is back with a HIT! The movie is shot is Mumbai and the hero of the movie, Aadhi develops a software game called Mumbai-2.0. Apart from a few visuals that remind of Mani's Bombay movie, this movie is more of a Alaipayuthey-2.0 because you get the feel of a more contemporary version of Alaipayuthey. But, the movie is no where less to the Alaipayuthey classic because this is what you get...
Fantastic Soundtrack by AR (9/10): The "AR-Vairamuthu-Mani" trio's magic is one to cherish forever.
One of The Best Background Music that touches you while watching the movie (10/10).
Awesome performances by Dulquer & Nithya (10/10).
Superb Cinematography (9/10).
The real touch of Mani's movie making and dialogues style which most people love to see (10/10).
I hardly feel the urge to go watch a movie second time. But, OKK tempts me to experience it again in the theater.
Overall, OK...K --> Double OK :)
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