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Saroja Movie Review
  Movie Review : Saroja
Rating : 3.25 / 5
Banner : Amma Creations & Pyramid Saimira Entertainment Pvt Ltd
Cast : S.P.B. Charan, Premji Gangai Amaran, Vega, Prakash Raj, Jeyaram And Others and Others
Music : Yuvanshankar Raja
Cinematography : Sakthi Saravanan
Producer: T Siva
Director: Venkat Prabhu
Released Date: September 05, 2008
Saroja Kollywood Movie Review

Story:
An interesting tale, the story begins with four people in the city of Chennai, two of them brothers - Rangaswamy (Charan) and Ramaswamy (Vaibhav), Ganesh (Premji), Ajay (Sharan) out of whom Rangaswamy is married and his wife keeps complaining about the other three. The four decide to go for a cricket match between India and Pakistan in Hyderabad from Chennai and they hire a van to go by road. On the other hand, there is Saroja (Vega) who is the rich and only daughter of industrialist Viswanath (Prakashraj) who is totally focused on business and nothing else. Incidentally, Saroja gets kidnapped and Viswa takes the help of his police friend ACP Ravichandran (Jeyaram) to solve the case. Meanwhile, the four chaps get stuck on the highway due to a major accident and the oversmart Ajay takes them through a short cut kind of route. In this process, they get lost and their paths cross with the kidnappers who actually take Saroja. Leading them is Sampath (Sampath) and what follows from there is a tale of ups and downs leading to an interesting climax with an unexpected turn. What is the suspense? Who is Sampath? All this forms the rest of the story.

Saroja Tamil Cinema Review

Presentation:
The director has come out with a single line plot but he has been able to keep the audience busy with excellent presentation and a very good narration. The major credit goes to the music which was top notch and the cinematography which was remarkable. The pace of the movie was quite good, dialogues were witty, script was loose at few ends but overall better, screenplay was impressive. Editing could have been better during the second half, the locations were excellent and the lighting effects were simply superb. Vaibhav has come up with a good performance and he seems to be having a good screen presence, Charan was alright, Sharan looked plastic at few times but ok. The real show stealer was Premji Amaran whose character was worth a laugh, Prakashraj carried out his role with diligence while Jeyaram looked apt for the cop. Kajal came and went, she was not required for the role. Nikitha is really hot, one really wonders how she has been missed all this while. Sampath looked apt as the bad guy, the others did their bit with elan.

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Conclusion:
Taking a single line plot and converting into a two plus hours is a great challenge and the makers have not failed in this attempt. There was not a time when the audience was caught idling. While the first half starts on a slow mode, the plot eventually picks up and the momentum picks up. The second half was equally good but then the climax part got stretched a bit too long, however the twist in the climax is a surprise. The comedy angle was good but the usage of 'Sir' between the friends looked a bit eccentric. Technically, a very well made film and commercially the film will surely shine if its visibility and propaganda is done correctly.

Bharatstudent Verdict : Different and well taken, can be watched once!!!

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