||Vinay, Kajal Agarwal, Yuva, ‘Kalabavan’ Mani, Santhanam, VMC Haneefa, Tattoo Ram, Ramesh Kanna, Mayilsami and others
||Media One Global Entertainment, Gemini Industries
is a glossy
has done it
again in 'Modhi
and Madhan (Yuva)
out of the
riches of the
friends meet L R
student and fall
in love with
lends support to
with the girl.
Vasudev is an
has many rivals
and they target
his son. One of
his rivals hire
a hit man to
kill Udhay but
Madhan is killed
faces a strange
is denied all
the wealth and
facilities of a
son of a
is forced by his
father to go to
the streets but
decides to fight
The rest of the movie deals with how Udhay gives back to Rajan
Vasudev in the company of Haneefa and Santhanam. The more-purposeful
second half badly lacks convincing narrative needed for an engrossing
cat and mouse game. The film is stylish and spectacular but it lacks the
substance that could impress us in a cat and mouse game.
Vinay, 'Kalabhavan' Mani, VMC Haneefa, and Santhanam have done their
respective parts well. Santhanam's comedy is quite enjoyable, especially
the moments in second half where he imitates Arya in 'Naan Kadavul',
Jai's 'Subramaniapuram', Vijayakanth's 'Ramana' and a Hollywood actor.
Kajal Agarwal steals the show with her unmistakable charm and cute
looks. She enlivens the otherwise dull proceedings in the first half.
The Colonial Cousins have made an impressive debut as music directors
and they have given a couple of lovely songs. Cinematography and editing
Saran, who manages to read the pulses of audiences of 'B' and 'C'
centres, has made an attempt to woo the elite and multiplex audiences.
The film looks sophisticated but the content is could have been dealt in
a more engrossing way.