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Shiva (Sundeep Kishan) is a carefree youth, whose main job is to hang out in college and drink with buddy Vasanth (Jagan). After his girlfriend Sindhiya (Dimple) becomes pregnant, he marries her but makes no attempt to finish his course or get a job. His life changes when he overhears Sindhiya talking to a former boyfriend, Mahesh.
I must confess what drew me to the movie was its trailer. It was edited crisply, and the jokes were funny and delivered very well. In retrospect, the trailer had all the best jokes, and
turns out to be an example of the trailer being more watchable than the movie itself.
This is not to say that the movie does not have its moments. Jagan, after his negative turn in the recent movie
, is in terrific form and shares a very good rapport with Sundeep. Their drunken antics are hilarious, and Jagan's expressions and dialogue delivery are bang on. Shiva's attempts to hunt for Mahesh are also narrated in an engaging manner. But the movie falls victim to its pace, one reason being the songs that keep interrupting its flow.
Sundeep Kishan makes his debut in Tamil, after getting noticed in his first Hindi film
Shor In The City
and garnering praise for his Telugu ones. He does a convincing job as Shiva, who always looks a bit lost and has no particular aim in his life. Dimple makes a glamorous debut as Sindhiya and does a neat job, though her role and character do not challenge her acting skills much.
Debutant director Madhan Kumar shows a lot of promise, but falls a bit short on the screenplay. But with the movie being targeted at college students and the youth, he could very well strike it rich.
If double-meaning, adult jokes are your cup of tea, you will enjoy this movie.
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