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11-21-2003, 08:32 PM
Ravi, (Naresh) a simpleton and Appu (Niktha) grew up together since childhood, and they are close friends. Enter Ruchi (Diya), a hep care-free girl who moves into Ravi and Appu’s neighborhood. Ravi immediately falls for her and though initially Ruchi gets irritated by Ravi’s gestures finally gives in and their relationship begins to go smooth. Not revealing her love towards Ravi, a heartbroken Appu helps Ravi to get closer to Ruchi. But Ravi soon finds out that Ruchi is not a right match for him and he finally realizes that his true love lies with Appu.

Naresh, the upcoming Telugu hero (son of the director EVV Sathyanarayana) replays the role he did in the original Telugu version Allari. Naresh portrays the innocence, playfulness and vulnerability of Ravi very well and at times entertains the audience with his childish charms. Diya fits the role like T. An extrovert and carefree she produces a lot of oomph. Nikitha is the more sensible one who plays a contrasting role to Diya who radiates a lot of charm and performs rather well in her debut film. Nasser, Meera Krishnan, Nirosha and Pyramid Natran are sufficient. Debutant director Vishwardhan (assistant to Santhosh Shivan) has reproduced the original version admirably and taken strains to attract the youth. Camera work by Ra. Krishnaa is worth mentioning especially in song sequences. Music by Yuvan Shankar Raja is just ok.


11-21-2003, 08:35 PM
Bhagavathar idhey padatthukku tamil-la vimarsanam pootu irukkar..



11-21-2003, 08:41 PM
Bhagavathar idhey padatthukku tamil-la vimarsanam pootu irukkar..

Naan Message adichittu appuram thaan pa paarthen...lol