Aambala Review « Film Dhamaka

Director Sundar  is back with yet another madcap entertainer Aambala, with Vishal in the lead. We all know what to expect from Sundar C’s film, but what is missing in this film is wholesome entertainment, which was present in most of his earlier films. Plot: Vishal plays an ordinary youngster, who…

Aambala Review

Aambala Review

2015-01-15

Jithin

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Rating

40

Director Sundar  is back with yet another madcap entertainer Aambala, with Vishal in the lead. We all know what to expect from Sundar C’s film, but what is missing in this film is wholesome entertainment, which was present in most of his earlier films.

Plot:

Vishal plays an ordinary youngster, who supplies manpower to all social and political events. He falls in love with a  girl (Hansika). Meanwhile, he gets into a mission along with his estranged brothers (Vaibhav and Satish) to unite the families of his father (Prabhu) and sisters (Ramya Krishnan, Kiran and Aishwarya), who have an unceasing hostility prevailing for years.

Performances:

Vishal  continues to play similar roles, with just different character names and director. After promising attempts in Pandiya Nadu and Naan Sigappu Manithan, his last two films have made him look ordinary. He goes over the top in stunt sequences, that look inadvertently funny.

Hansika is utilized merely in song sequences and does not impress you much. Vaibhav and Sathish play their part well, with the latter providing some passable one-liners. The surprise factor Santhanam doesn’t excite you much . There is a huge line-up supporting actors, but none of them manage to make a lasting impact, due to the uninspiring and cliched screenplay.

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Final Words:

Aambala is a mindless entertainer and when you walk out of theatres, there isn’t anything much to think about what you have seen

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