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Enthavaraku E Prema SYNOPSIS:
Enthavaraku E Prema is a story of a couple who discover their love for each other at the verge of divorce. How the attempts of the protagonist Aravind (Jiiva), a chef, succeeds in reconciliation of his marriage to his love, played by Divya ( kajal Aggarwal).
Enthavaraku E Prema REVIEW:
A dubbed version of Tamil film ‘Kavalai Vendam’, ‘Enthavaraku E PRema’ comes out as yet another love-story that of a couple, who are childhood friends before getting married. The movie opens to Divya talking about her would –be, Arjun (Bobby Simha), who is a well-off NRI to her friend and also narrates episodes of her life after marrying Aravind. When Divya goes to Coonoor to get the divorce papers signed, Aravind lays a condition to Divya to be his wife for a week. When the couple seem to be doing good and while are about to reconcile their relationship, Arjun arrives.
Direct Deekay, who debuted with a horror-comedy in Tamil, ‘Yaamirukka Bayame’ made a decent impact with a story that is infused with loads of comedy even as the scenes suggest a severe macabre. Deekay, who has dabbled with a mature love-story couldn’t get the right strings to pull off, unfortunately this time. The loose characterisations in the film make us detached to the characters on-screen and only end up as a disappointment.
An episode on a boat that arrives in the second half of the movie manages to evoke a few laughs; a scene where one of the friends of the hero takes a dump at police station is another highlight of the movie. The director’s below-the-belt gags didn’t help the movie though.
Coming down to the climax, the viewer is expected to get teary-eyed but the series of scenes with OTT sentiment only come to a shaking end.
Cinematography of the movie is one thing that comes as relief in the theater as Abinandhan Ramanuham does a fantastic job in capturing the beautiful locales of Coonoor while the music composer, Leon James does a decent job.