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Vallamai Tharayo Movie Review  

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Vallamai Tharayo Movie Review
  Movie Review : Vallamai Tharayo
Rating : 1.25 / 5
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Cast : Parthiban, Chaya Singh, Anandhraj, Srikanth, Kuyili and Others
Music : Bharadwaj
Producer: Sudararaman
Director: Madhumitha
Released Date: June 27, 2008
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Story:

An old tale, the film is about the newly married couple Anand (Parthiban) and Nanditha (Chaya Singh) who are set to take off their new life filled with dreams. But nothing of that sort happens since Nanditha is unable to come out of her past wherein she was madly in love with her aunt's son (Srikanth) but then her closely knit family led by her father (Anandhraj) has issues with her aunt which ends up in her getting forcibly married to Anand. All dreams of Anand are shattered when Nanditha decides to get back her lost love and in this process, she opts for a divorce and names Anand all sorts of things at the court. While the legal procedure is on, Nanditha walks out of the house and starts leading an independent life with her attempts to get back to her aunt's son. Anand finally manages to muster strength and decides upon himself to win back his wife's heart and from then on starts a journey of persuasion, emotion, selfless love and all but then Nanditha cuts all his moves and lashes out at him at every given instant. What happens in the end? Does Anand get successful or Nanditha get successful? All this forms the rest of the story.

 

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Presentation:

The director has come out with a tender emotional subject, while the presentation has been okay the narration has been painfully slow and not much happened on the other departments such as the camera or script barring some good tunes by the music maker. Though few dialogues were catchy here and there, the script as such was not very tight and even the editing was numb. The locations were alright and the other departments need no mention here. Parthiban was excellent in his new look and style but more than that it was his sensible one liners that grab attention and also his empathetic expressions that score good marks. Chaya Singh came out with a decent performance but then her acts become repetitive at one point. Anandhraj portrayed a girl's father very well while Srikanth's cameo performance was worthy. Kuyili showed maturity in her role. There was no comedy track that could bring in some relief. The others were just an average fare.

 

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Conclusion:

The film has been heavily inspired from Mani Ratnam's 'Mouna Ragam' and the only difference is this film has been played in an ultra slow motion. While it is a good thought to focus on every emotion of a husband and wife, the maker seems to have forgotten that this is a movie which needs to cover a range of issues and not just emotions. The script is the real culprit here which takes off on a bumpy road in the first half and stabilizes a bit but then things go wrong in the second half leaving the audience in an utterly painful situation waiting for the movie to get over since they know the outcome. It is highly impossible for the movie to make it to the success mark.


Bharatstudent verdict : A slow, several times told emotional treat, can be ignored.

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