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Seval Movie Review  

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Seval Movie Review
  Movie Review : Seval
Rating : 2 / 5
Banner : Ayangaran International
Cast : Bharath, Poonam Bhajwa, Simran, Vadivelu, Rajesh, Sampath, Y. Gee. Mahendran, Yuvashree and Others
Cinematography : Priyan
Music : G.V. Prakash Kumar
Producer: M A Jinnah
Director: Hari
Released Date: October 27, 2008
Seval Kollywood Movie Review

Story:

A regular tale, the story is set on the backdrop of a village and in it there is Murugesan (Bharath) who is happy go lucky guy and is basically a vagabond. His parents (Rajesh and Yuvashree) make their livelihood by selling flowers near the temple while Murugesan hangs around with his uncle Thapal Thangavelu (Vadivelu). However, things change for him when he chances upon Parijatham (Poonam) who hails from a traditional Brahmin Iyengar family and it is love at first sight. From then on, he starts wooing her and as is the norm, Parijatham initially refuses but later on, she falls in love with him. Meanwhile, Parijatham's elder sister Gayathri (Simran) is married to a Brahmin man (Prem) and also has a baby but as fate would have it, they discover that she is suffering from cancer. Elders take a decision and as soon as Gayathri dies, they decide to marry Parijatham to her brother in law. She accepts the situation due to the infant and parts ways with Murugesan. Meanwhile, Periyavar (Sampath) the local landlord casts his lustful eye on Parijatham and wants to have her at any cost. Unexpectedly, Parijatham's husband gets killed by Prem's men and now Murugesan comes in, asking for her hand at marriage and willing to take the responsibility of the kid too. What happens after that? Does Parijatham agree? What happens to Periyavar? All this forms the rest of the story.

 

Seval Tamil Cinema Review

Presentation:

The director has come out with a routine story and this time he lacked out on the narrative given the weak plot. The presentation is somewhat better with some exceptional camerawork but then the dialogues were just average, the script was weak and the screenplay was not up to the mark. Even the music was a major letdown which was not expected and the editing desk needed to be more sharp. The pace of the movie was not to be felt and other departments did not have much to do. Bharath has come out with an efficient performance and fits well in the rustic roles, Poonam is gorgeous and looks really beautiful with her performance, she has potential. Simran was elegant, Sampath was evil enough, YG was regular. The real show stealer was Vadivelu again with his hilarious comedy and he is a treat indeed. The others did not have much to contribute so they can be left out.

 

Seval Filem Review

Conclusion:

The idea of women empowerment and the battle of young widows is a concept that would appeal the rural and interiors but then there needed to be a sort of pace and impact which was missing in the film. Most of the story was predictable as the audience knew what was in store for them at all times. While the first half is on the lighter side with romance, comedy and songs, it is the second half when things get serious and take a rather dragging time till climax. Technically, the movie is average and content wise, the film is not upto the mark. It is hard to get a hit tag for this one.

Bharatstudent Verdict: An average tear grosser, just passable.

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