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Pandi Movie Review
  Movie Review : Pandi
Rating : 1.75 / 5
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Cast : Lawrence, Sneha, Namitha, Nasser, Saranya, Kanja Karuppu, Sreemaan and Others
Directorial Supervision : Lawrence
Cinematography : Senthil Kumar
Music : Srikanth Deva
Producer: Nemichand Jabhak
Director: Madhuravan
Released Date: May 23, 2008
Pandi Kollywood Movie Review

A core sentiment story, the movie is about Pandi (Lawrence) who grows up as a vagabond but is a nice guy helping those in need and friends around him. Pandi's father Sundarapandi (Nasser) is a school teacher and has the slightest regard for Pandi since he considers him useless. However, his wife Sivakami (Saranya) dotes on Pandi and keeps defending her son at every given instant. Meanwhile, Pandi bumps across Bhuvana (Sneha) in a chance incident and from then on few twists happen which lead them to fall in love. Also, there is the famous dancer Chitrangi (Namitha) who is a good friend of Pandi. Trouble begins when Seetharamaiah pledges his land and gets a loan for his daughter's wedding, without anyone's knowledge his other son takes the money and elopes with his lover and Seetharamaiah suspects it is Pandi's doing. Also, his friendship with Chitrangi causes misunderstanding for Bhuvana who also leaves him. In all this, his mother still takes his side. With great difficulty, Pandi manages a loan and gets his sister married. In order to repay the loan, he moves to Dubai and starts doing all sorts of jobs to clear the loan. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.

Pandi Tamil Cinema Review

The director has come up with a core mass subject with an overdose of sentiment. The subject was simple but the presentation was dragged, the narration of the plot was just about elongated since there was not much in the story to complete the two hour plus frame. The music is okay and it has a lot of Tamil flavour attached to it, the remix song was good and added a punch. Camera was average, the script was normal and the screenplay was nothing great. Lawrence as usual hogged all the frames in the movie while Sneha did the glamour bit and the sentimental bit. Namitha was merely used for the songs and had nothing to offer. Nasser had a meaty role and delivers a performance with efficiency. Saranya as the doting mother was a perfect match. The others were just about okay but did not have much to offer since their role was limited.

Pandi Filem Review

The film starts off on a slow mode and continues throughout till the interval in the same way. In the second half, things take a more lethargic turn with an overdose of sentiment and unwanted scenes. The director was given a task to make a film out of one line of story which kind of diluted the whole presentation. The movie is meant for the core front benchers and by no means will it appeal any other categories. There was not much of momentum in the movie which could go against its performance. The film could have been a lot better if the heroines were used more generously and the sentimental overdose was contained. It is very hard for the movie to survive it contains an excess of the sentiment and less of the required comedy and subject.

Bharatstudent verdict: Nothing special, exclusively for mass only!!!

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