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Review: PENSINGAM

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Review: PENSINGAM

Film: PENSINGAM
Rating: 2.75/5
Banner: Nandini Arts
Cast: Udaykiran, Meera Jasmine, Richard, Sudarshana Sen, Vivek, Radha Ravi, J K Ritheesh, Ramba, Larencce Raghavendra, Lakshmi Rai
Music: Deva
Camera: Vijay Raghav
Director: Bali Srirangam
Producer: SP. Murugesan
Release Date: June 04, 2010
 
Story:

A social tale, the story begins with Surya (uday) who is a forest officer and he falls in love with a girl Meghala (meera) who aspires to be an IPS officer. Surya helps her to achieve her dream. The story takes a turn with the arrival of Nagendran (richard) who is known to be a reformist with ideas and getting appealed by this, a student Prabhavathy (sudarshana) falls in love and gets married to him. But she discovers the evil side of Nagendran post marriage and eventually gets murdered. Surya gets the blame for that due to unforeseen circumstances. Enters Megala who decides to unveil the mystery of the case. What happens after that forms the rest of the story. 
 
Presentation:
The director has come up with a thought provoking theme and though the presentation was average, it is the narrative that scores. The real highlight of the film is the dialogues, the script was alright and the screenplay was effective. Background score was okay and two songs are good. Cinematography was mediocre. Editing could have been better. Costumes and art department made their presence felt. Uday Kiran did his bit well and was appreciable, Meera Jasmine needs no description, she has always been on top with her roles, Richard was evil enough, Sudarshana looks sensuous, Vivek failed to impress, Radha Ravi was regular, the cameos by the noted names added value. 
 
Conclusion:
The film is basically another story from chief minister Karunanidhi and this time, it revolves around the women and their role in the society. While the first half goes about with the regular elements of romance and drama, the second half takes a twist and culminates into a climax at the court hall. The technical values were just regular but it is the depth and content of the dialogues which create an impact. At the box office, this might appeal to a certain section of audience.
 
Bharatstudent Verdict: Women oriented film, one time watcher

Tags: Review: Pensingam, Nandini Arts, Udaykiran, Meera Jasmine, Richard, Sudarshana Sen, Vivek, Radha Ravi, J K Ritheesh, Ramba, Larencce Raghavendra, Lakshmi Rai, Deva, Vijay Raghava, Bali Srirangam, Sp Murugesan
Posted On : 7th June, 2010
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