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Ispade Rajavum Idhaya Raniyum (Tamil) – A Frivolous Love!

 01-Apr-2019
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Ispade Rajavum Idhaya Raniyum (Tamil) – A Frivolous Love!

With a catchy and unique title, when a fresh air of contemporary romance was all the expectation… the movie gets into obfuscated state right from the beginning, with no flash moments or any big USP to footnote.

A timeworn and many decades old love script, with absolutely no charming content for the genre.

Harish Kalyan’s characterization as a short-tempered young lad with anger management issues, except for loving an elder sister look heroine Shilpa Manjunath, has no purpose in life and a talent undernourished.

Shilpa Manjunath looks glamorous in long shots and little overdone at close-ups, with Captain Vijayakanth effect red eyes in most shots.

Both Bala Saravanan and Ma Ka Pa Anand ‘s to-be-humor moments die out even before the funny bone could stimulate.

A psych character offering drugs to Harish Kalyan and inducing dopey thoughts are really shoddy and underwhelms totally.

Though C S Sam’s music supports, except for Anirudh sung “Kannamma” song… none other captivates.

Director Ranjit Jeyakodi slumps drastically with his narration, half-baked insignificant characters, and mediocre execution.

Verdict: A Torment watch! Play cards at home!

My Rating: 2.0 / 5.0

Review by ~ Ram Arunachalam


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