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Paisa Paisa Movie Review  

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Paisa Paisa Movie Review
  Movie Review : Paisa Paisa
Rating : 3 / 5
Banner : Celebs & Red Carpet
Cast : Indrajith, Mamtha Mohandas, Aju Varghese, Daniel Balaji, Sandhya, Anoop Chandran, Aparna Nair, Apoorva Bose and Others
Music : Aby Slavin
Cinematographer : Kishore Mani
Producer: Raj Zacharia
Director: Prashanth Murali
Released Date: June 29, 2013
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Story:
An interesting tale the story begins with Balu (aju) who goes to Chennai for an interview. He clears two rounds and since next round is after two hours he decides to go around. But suddenly he gets kidnapped. The kidnapper (Daniel Balaji) gives a deal. Balu has to deposit ten thousand within three hours or he would be handed over to the police as he resembles a sought after gangster. Balu reaches his close friend Kishore (indrajith) for help. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.
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Presentation:
The director has come up with an interesting storyline and while the presentation was good, the narrative was good in parts. The dialogues were well written. The script was predictable but the screenplay gained interest. The background score was well composed and songs were okay. Cinematography was impressive. Editing was required in key scenes. Costumes were natural while the art department was apt. Aju Varghese utilized his chance very well and does a good act. Indrajith was effective. Daniel Balaji was upto the mark. Mamta Mohandas and Apoorva didn’t have much to offer. The others did their bit as required.
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Conclusion:
The film comes across as a simple entertainer but as it progresses it has the thriller elements. It also has a message to the audience to show how money can reveal the true colors of relations or friends. The first half is quite engaging and shows promise at the interval bang. But the second half gets monotonous. The film would have a stronger impact if the length got trimmed. Overall, the film is still worth a watch due to its packaging and performances. At the box office, this would be a profit grosser.

Bharatstudent verdict: Simple plot with engaging execution but got dragged
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