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Panchamirtham Movie Review  

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Panchamirtham Movie Review
  Movie Review : Panchamirtham
Rating : 3 / 5
Banner : Abhirami Mega Mall
Cast : Arvind Akash, Charanya Mohan, Samiksha, Nasser, Prakashraj, Jayaram, M.S.BHaskar, Mayilsamy, Karunas and Others
Cinematography : Pramod Verma
Music : Sundar.C.Babu
Producer: Abhirami Ramanathan, Nallammai Ramanathan
Director: Raji Easwaran
Released Date: December 26, 2008
Panchamirtham Kollywood Movie Review

Story:

A well knit tale, the story begins at Ravana's (Prakashraj) abode and the time of Ramayana when he orders his brother Mareesan (Jayaram) to transform into a deer to abduct Seetha. Mareesan argues with Ravana but finally complies since Idumba (Raju Eswaran) and Ravana threaten the life of Mareesan's lover (Samiksha). Finally the said thing happens and Mareesan gets struck by the arrow by lord Rama, he becomes a rock but not before he transforms Idumba into an anklet and wears it on his leg. Times change and the modern day comes. Rajaram (Nasser) is a very rich man who owns tea estates and he has Seetha (Saranya Mohan) as his cook and Sri Rama (Arvind Akash) as the dietician. Both Rama and Seetha are in love, on the other hand Rajaram's relatives (M S Bhaskar and Mayilsamy) plan a plot to take the property. In this process, they end up planning to kill Seetha by pushing her from a mountain top. Seetha falls directly on the rock idol of Mareesan and he gets his human form. At the same time, his anklet falls off and is eaten by a fish. That fish is caught by fisherman Manickam (Nasser again) and Idumba gets his human form. The age old enmity crops up and while Mareesan vows to protect Seetha, Idumba plans to help Manickam get Rajaram's property as half brother. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.

 

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Presentation:

The director has come out with an interesting subject for the kids and it is his neat narration and good presentation that keeps the film going. The script has been written well and the screenplay was good. Music could have been better but the camerawork did most of the job without much graphics. Editing was neat and clear. Locations were well chosen and the art department did its bit fairly. Jayaram is the real show stealer with a stellar performance, he fits the bill correctly, Prakashraj was perfect and had a strong impact, the comedy team of Karuna, Kanja Karuppu, M S Bhaskar, Mayilsamy was sharing a good chemistry and gave good amount of tickles. Raju Eswaran was effective. Saranya Mohan is splendid and she looks really beautiful. Arvind Akash was responsible. Nasser was matured and carried out the dual role very well. The others did their bit.

 

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Conclusion:

Though this is a very familiar subject for the kids since the TV serial was a major attraction, the makers had done enough work to fit it into celluloid and they carried out their role with aplomb. While the first half goes about with the regular building of the plot and the romance between the lead pair, it is the second half that picks up the real story and culminates into an entertaining climax. Overall, the comedy element has been sustained very well. The film will be a major treat for the children and those elders who want to have some fun also will enjoy this.

Bharatstudent Verdict : Good treat more for kids and also for elders, recommended!!!

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