Friday, August 26, 2011

Yuvan Yuvathi movie review

Yuvan Yuvathi movie review
Love is in the air

Bharath is back to be a part of a romantic entertainer with a newcomer Rima Kaleengal doing the female lead. Directed by G N R Kumaravelan, the movie was shot in Seychelles and music is by Vijay Anthony. Check out what the movie is all about. Yuvan Yuvati movie review - Tamil movie review

Kathirvel Murugan (Bharath) is a software engineer in Chennai, who spends his time with his friend Sakkarai (Santhanam). Kathir's father Sevaka Pandian (Sampathraj) is a influential man in Usulampatti village. He has rich pride about his  caste and hates love. Kathir doesnt want himself to be identified with his village and wants
himself to be identified as city-bred. His only desire is to go and settle down in USA. He meets Nisha (Rima Kaleengal) who wants to go abroad. The latter loses her passport and Kathir helps her find it. Slowly Kathir falls for her. Meanwhile Sevaka Pandian arranges for his
son's wedding with a High Court judge's daughter.

Meanwhile Kathir and Nisha get their visa and get ready to leave together to USA. The former escapes from his marriage and when he wants to propose to Nisha, he gets a rude shock. She informs him that she is going to USA for her marriage. A twist in the tale happens.Kathir's father takes away his son to usilampatti while he fears that both Nisha and Kathir are in love and kidnaps the girl. Both could not go to USA. Coming to know the truth, Kathir speaks against his father and rescues Nisha. With her wedding cancelled , Nisha leaves to
Seychelles. So does Kathir. There Kathir goes hammer and tongs to convince Nisha. Did he suceed in winning her heart and return to Usilampatti to convince his dad forms the crux.

It's Bharath at his usual. Stylish and trendy, he plays suave IT boy with elegance and ease. He dances well and emotes equally good.Rima Kaleengal may not be exactly a ravishing beauty, but plays her part well. She suits the character well. She reminds one of Navya Nair in
many places. Santhanam walks way with applause with his witty one-liners. His humour helps us to be engrossed. Five Star fame Krishna plays a cameo. Watch out for Sampathraj. He is at his best in a role that is tailor-made for him. He gives right emotions. At his ease before the camera, Sampath is the scene-stealer.

The backbone of the movie is S Ramakrishnan. His story and dialogues liven up the proceedings.Cinematography by Kovi Jagatheeswaran deserves a special mention., he captures the beauty of Seychelles well. Art by Ilayaraj is goood while Vishnudeva's choreography is apt.
Vijay Anthony's music is the highlight. He has come up with a mix of peppy and melodious numbers. Producer Baiju has been generous in shaping up the movie.

A youthful entertainer that is loaded with romance. Movies on love themes always attract youngsters.However the sequences are cliched and beaten-to-bush in many films and locations alone seems to be new.

Mark: 3/5.

Final Verdict: A deja-vu ride

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