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- Jai, Pranitha, Karunakaran, Kaali Venkat, Naveen
- Mahendran Rajamani
- Santhosh Dhayanidhi
- Mahesh Muthuswami
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Enakku Vaaitha Adimaigal - Can see once For Comedy!
Enakku Vaaitha Adimaigal is the latest Tamil comedy entertainer written and directed by Mahendran Rajamani and produced by Shan Sutharsan. The this romantic comedy stars Jai, Pranitha, Karunakaran, Kaali Venkat, Thambi Ramaiah and Rajendran in other prominent roles.
Jai is Krishna, an IT professional, and the movie narrates the two phases of Krishna’s life — the first when he was in love and the second post break-up.Karunakaran plays Ramesh, a bank cashier, and Venkat plays a crazy Ajith fan who is an auto driverand Sowmi (Naveen) a call center employee. It's from Krishna's trip to a psychiatrist (Ramaiah) and his narration of the past, that we get to know about his failed love affair with Divya (Pranitha), a girl he had met on a trip to a hill station.
The plot centers on these four friends. Carefree and happy-go-lucky, it’s what happens when one of them, the hero, goes into depression and the friends try to get him back to normalcy.
Jai nails the character of the confused self centered hero Krishna to perfection and he is an absolute delight in the final action duet he has with Mottai Rajendran. The duo Karunakaran and Kaali Venkat have a blast in their respective roles. The dialogue is laced with sparkling one-liners which to an extent manages to keep the narration lively. New comer Naveen is another natural performer who makes his mark. Thambi Ramaiah as the psychiatrist actually kick starts the comedy and Mottai Rajendran as Karuppu Rock takes care of the climax with a variety of action, emotion and funny expressions.
Santhosh Dhayanithi’s music is a plus in the background score and the couple of songs he has tuned are good. Mahesh Muthuswamy’s camera is just not bad while Gopi Krishna’s editing could have been much better in pacing the film.
The actors are adequate in their roles, the script not demanding much of histrionics. A promising work of a debutant maker, the film could have done with more punch and fizz.
Verdict : Can see once For Comedy!
Stars : 2/5