Indian Michael Jackson Prabhu Deva is coming up as the acting lead after quite long time. Audience are eagerly waiting for his dance moves as well. Tamanna’s glamour and the suspense quotient in the trailer made the movie lovers watch it on first day. Let us see whether director Vijay succeeded in handling the horror comedy.
Banner: MVV Cinema Production
Cast: Prabhu Deva, Tamanna, Sonu Sood,Sapthagiri and others
Producers: M.V.V. Satyanarayana
Story: Paul Aaron
Screenplay, direction: A.L. Vijay
Music: Sajid – Wajid
Cinematography: Manush Nandan
Art: Sunil Babu
Krishna, (Prabhu Deva) an associate with Mumbai corporate company dreams of wedding an English speaking girl so that he could lead higher standards of his life in the society. Initially he gets married to Devi (Tamanna). In order to hide his marriage life, the couple shifts to an old apartment. Things take a sudden change and Devi goes abnormal. Later she manages to get the attention of film hero Raj (Sonu Sood) and makes him sign his next with her in lead roles. What Krishna does then? What actually happened to Devi forms the rest of the story.
It is a delight to watch Prabhu Deva on big screen after these many years and he will sure entertain us with his style of body language and dance moves. The only drawback was the dubbing artist’s voice did not suit him well. Tamanna is outstanding and delivers one more beautiful performance. Sonu Sood has done justice to his role. Sapthagiri brings out the laughs in many scenes and justifies the genre. Others acted well as per their roles.
Background score is quite good whereas the songs do not sync in with the telugu nativity except Chal Maar song. Production values are the major asset for the movie. Manush Nandan’s Cinematography is quite good. Anthony’s editing could have better as the sync between audio and video seemed to have gaps in between. Director Vijay handled the story quite well and wrote an entertaining screenplay.
Prabhu Deva, Tamanna
Comedy in parts
Dragged second half
Abhinetri movie has a decent plotline that could serve the masses whereas the comedy scenes, interesting screenplay would cater to the multiplex audiences. Prabhu Deva and Tamanna’s performances are to look out for. Go watch it if you are expecting something that passes your time.