Prabhu Deva is a music college student who falls in love with fellow
student Gayathri Jayaram. After several songs and sentimental
sequences, she too reciprocates his love. Life is going along
merrily when Prabhu Deva meets Kousalya, a friend's sister, who
is an angry grief-stricken young woman, and has been this way
ever since she was raped a long time ago. Prabhu Deva cheers her
up, and eventually, she begins to enjoy life again. Now Prabhu
Deva and Gayathri Jayaram are all set to be married.
At this time, Prabhu Deva's friend Ranjit comes into his life
and tells him a story about his past that Prabhu Deva did not
know. Revealing that twist here would give away all the interest
generated by the story, so I won't.
Let's be clear on one point before we begin. This movie is fluff.
Pure inconsequential entertainment. There is nothing serious, nothing
thought-provoking, about the entire movie. That said:
It's well-done fluff.
The comedy (though not always successful) is sometimes very funny.
I thought Vadivelu was very annoying, though. It was more the comedy
generated by Vivek (who went moustache-less for this movie) that
The storyline has a plot twist in it that though it's more and more
ridiculous the more you think about it that it's enough to make you
sit up and have some interest in the story.
The songs are great. Yuvan Shankar Raja has written some great
music, and Prabhu Deva shows off his dancing skills (especially in
a brief dance in "Color Color"), thankfully returning a little to
This is a Prabhu Deva movie. What were you expecting, "Hey Ram"?
It's enjoyable, entertaining fluff.
NOTE ON THE MUSIC:
Like I said, great job. Best songs, "Color Color" and "Alagaana
Watch it on video.