Sivakasi – Movie Review 1

November 2, 2005 at 4:21 am Leave a comment

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Director – Perarasu
Starring – Vijay, Asin
Producer – A M Ratnam

This Diwali, Sivakasi is said to be in the lead as per the analysis. It is said that 147 theatres in Tamil Nadu and 80 theatres in Kerela has been booked for the movie Sivakasi. Asin Vijay combination is no doubt the pulse of the youth and is proved with the release today. The applaud in the theatres are remarkable and for certain actions and style of Vijay There was a constant word repeat and once more.

Vijay’s style in the movie had made the audience exhilarating and this will lead to an unbendable competition with other release of today. The second film by Perarasu with Vijay has given an astounding effect as it is the mother’s sentiment that fascinated the audience and Geetha’s role as Vijay’s mother had brought out the beauty of mother’s eagerness, enthusiasm, and the passion of a mother for the son, that had captured the lady’s mind and it could be felt as they left the theatre.

Vijay lives in a village in Sivakasi .He comes to Chennai and seeks a job and he works in a welding shop. The routine life is portrayed for a while. He comes across Asin (hema) and he falls in love with her. Asin’s father runs a jewelry shop and hearing this he becomes infuriated and the problems that had occurred should be eye witnessed and observed through the movie. First half of the story is very interesting with humorous dialogue, fun, jokes between Asin and Vijay, and it extends to Vijay apologizing with her.

The film is a challenge for Asin and she has superbly performed to the focus of the audience. Prakash Raj is the villain and a brother to Vijay The dialogue between Vijay and Prakash Raj and the stunt actions are the high point of the movie .The second half of the story is how the mother gets protection from the son .The stunt sequences ends up into a climax where Vijay and Asin joins hand and brings happiness and joy to both of them.

The movie is worth seeing as it includes sentiment and entertainment. It is a action paired entertainer and worth considering. Director Perarasu has moulded Vijay in such a way the smack will give him a remarkable victory and the producer has shaped the movie unquestionably well, it is definitely going to be the strike of the day.The song Deepavali Deepavali is a mixture of western and folk in a right manner and the rhythm of the guitar adds beauty to the song which will be ever remembered by the audience. The dance by Asin and Vijay for this song with yellow dress adds serenity and charm to the movie.

All the songs penned by Perarasu and set to music by Srikanth Deva has a different significance to the movie .The song Kodambakkam area a dapankuthu song and Nayanthara’s dance has captured the young youth whose whistling for once again was vibrating the theatre But the lyrics and orchestration for the song Ada Enatha..and Enn Thevaithukey did not motivate the audience at all.

The camera by Sekhar V.joseph and art direction by G.K. has worked out marvelously for certain centres. But still more focus could have been give to the satisfaction of some of the audience Not much of Technical facet as the film does not demand much .But on the whole the movie is a family oriented one and is worth seeing. The whole credit goes to Perarasu and A.M Rathnam for bringing out a movie of specialty and will be a big gust. Let us wait and see for the DEEPAVALI FEAST OF THIS MOVIE.

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