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Times of India
Synopsis: The romantic adventures of a young man who goes to Singapore for work.
Review: Paranthu Sella Vaa is set in Singapore, and perhaps the team felt that this fact was novel enough that they decided to do away with trivial stuff like writing and acting. The film is so loosely written with the central romance triangle shunted for the most parts, which robs it of drama in the entire first half.
The plot revolves around Sampath (Luthfudeen), who goes to Singapore for work. He has an incurable romantic and tries to romance every girl he meets. To impress his roommates, he spins a yarn about a Chinese girl, Lily Chan who is madly in love with him, and to convince them, he creates a Facebook page of her with the help of his co-worker, Mark (RJ Balaji) by using the pictures of a local TV actress, Min Yuan (Norelle Kheng). His parents fix a match for him with Madhavi (Aishwarya Rajesh), who is also in Singapore. The two meet up and take an instant liking to each other. However, Min falls in love with for real. Meanwhile, a TV programmer (Karunakaran) is snooping on Sampath for material for a TV show!
Paranthu Sella Vaa mainly works as a tourist video, and you get to see many picturesque locales of Singapore. But otherwise, much of it feels like an aimless drifting of one scene after another, with randomly placed songs and stunts. The snooping angle holds no suspense while the romantic tracks hardly feel romatic. Some of the one-liners of Sathish and RJ Balaji hit their mark, but given that almost every character feels underdeveloped, they come across mainly as relief from tedium. The only character that we empathise with is Min and the slender Norelle fits the part very well. The same cannot be said of Sampath and Madhavi. With nothing to chew on, even the usually dependable Aishwarya Rajesh comes across as a rank amateur.