Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Manmadhan Ambu- Review

Many movies release to make a unique stand point, But Padmashree Kamal Haasan’s creation stands out on its own.

Direction: K.S.RaviKumar
Story & Screenplay: Dr. Kamal Haasan
Music: Devi Sri Prasad

Dr. Kamal Haasan – Major R. Mannar
Trisha Krishnan – Ambujakshi
R.Madhavan – Madhan Gopal
Sangeetha – Deepa
Urvasi – Mallika

Rating: 4/5

This is yet another signature piece of Kamal- Ravi Kumar combo following Panchathanthiram, Thenali, Dasavatharam. Apart from comedy it has a strong story line with various emotions and sentiments. Kamal puts on his favorite avatar as a commando depicting his love and patriotism to his country. With no Pompous entry of characters, the screenplay is unique. Madhavan has proved his talent again being away from chocolate boy role. He plays a role of a lover who doubts his fiancé because of her profession. Trisha who plays his fiancé has no major role in this movie, but must say she has done justice to her role being calm and subtle.

Sangeetha plays Trisha’s best friend and she fits exactly for her role, who has honed her skills with her experience. Urvasi and Ramesh are the creamy who make their mark even with limited appearance. Kamal has been the one who tried to brings new rays of vision to Tamil cinema and here is cruise stands as the highlight. Music by DSP makes our feet tap at certain instances but it is not extra-ordinary. Who’s the hero song by Andrea is a noteworthy number. Though the climax resembles Kamal’s previous venture Sathi Leelavathi, this is an exceptional story from Ulaganayagan. Kudos to him!! He rocks!!

A family entertainer and a feel good movie with variety of emotions injected into the script.

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