Arya is an ardent fan of Ajith and he used to celebrate Ajith’s movie releases by doing ‘Milk Abishegam’ to his cut-out every time the movie releases. At one stage, he was forced to leave his home town Thoothukudi and he was forced to go to Chennai. Krishna is an…
Yatchan Movie Review
Yatchan Movie Review
Arya is an ardent fan of Ajith and he used to celebrate Ajith’s movie releases by doing ‘Milk Abishegam’ to his cut-out every time the movie releases. At one stage, he was forced to leave his home town Thoothukudi and he was forced to go to Chennai. Krishna is an aspiring actor who wants to be an actor. In a series of unfortunate events, Arya gets Krishna’s role and he happens to be the hero. Will Arya pay way to Krishna and get back to his old life or will Krishna be left at stake ? Watch out the answers in theaters nearby.
Arya has done a phenomenal job and he has essayed role of being an ardent fan of Ajith with ease. He has showed how much of a fan base Ajith holds. Arya is the backbone of the movie. Next to Arya is Swathi reddy. Her charming looks and energetic acting saves the movie for most part. Then comes, Thambi Ramiah and RJ Balaji who have been instrumental in shouldering the movie. Their comical portion have done wonders and tickle our bones. Adil Hussain is not the conventional villain and he also carries all the accolades. (He essayed role of Sridevi’s husband in ‘English Vinglish’) SJ Surya’s cameo appearance deserves special mention. Coming to technical view, Om Prakash’s cinematography deserves all praises. If you look keenly, you can see various colour tones would have been used for each character. Sheer Brilliance ! Sreekar Prasad’s cuts are also pretty good. The National Award winner proves his mettle in such a class movie. Yuvan Shankar Raja’s brilliant score is the biggest plus as they elevate the scenes to next level.
Kreshna has done a decent job and his dialogue delivery is good but he still has a long way to go to show some matured performances. Vijay Sethupathi could have been a much better choice. Deepa Sanidhi doesn’t have much to offer. The song which pops up in second half tests patience of audience. Few comedies are flat and doesn’t evoke laughter. Ponvannan’s portions were so meagre and he was not used to his potential. At times, few may get a feel that Arya’s dialogue delivery is getting monotonous.