Sunday, January 27, 2013

Thiruvilaiyaadal Aarambam

Thiru (Danush) is a young bum, who despairs his parents, and considers himself misunderstood. One evening after an argument, his father (Mouli) hunting the house, refusing to see him until he was able to earn his own living. He will take refuge in the temple area, where he fell in love for the beautiful Priya (Shreya).

They spin the perfect love, yes, but here it is: it does not have a sub and is rich. His brother Guru (Prakash Raj) is a hard-nosed business man who evidently sees a dim view of his daughter attends a Stand Nickel as Thiru. He even offered him a huge amount of money to renounce Priya, what it accepts. He plans to use this money to get rich, to prove his worth, and finally able to stand head high in front of his parents and his sister ... there he succeed?

The starting point is ultra classic he is poor / she is rich, it is rejected / he will become wealthy thanks to his talent ... but the scenario breaks new ground with a few twists of unpredictable and ingenious situations in a second part that keeps going. The characters are well written, including family Dhanush. The supporting cast, especially the little brother of Dhanush, are excellent. The good surprise comes from Shreya, who in the first part of the film, in addition to being beautiful, has a really consisting role where she is doing very well. She even displayed a certain sense comical that she had not shown before. In the second half it gives way to the clash between long awaited Dhanush and Prakash Raj, equal to himself, as always compelling and charismatic.

Obviously this is Dhanush dominates the film, returning to what it does best: the young. He has not too much to force his talent to lend credibility to his character (after all he is 25 years old this is not really a part of composition). Comedy does not proceed by skits added using actors for the occasion, as is often the case in the masala films. Here humor is well and truly present in the heart of the story, and this is Thiru who is the engine. In his role as young hyperactive, Dhanush demonstrated a perfect comic timing. Add to this dialogue with a line, a well-paced staging, and the result is unstoppable.

Musically the film is also to be classified in the upper basket because the composer D. Imman has certainly achieved its best BO to date. The pretty heady romantic ballad "  Vizhigallil Vizhigallil  "to the more upbeat songs madhura Jilla, through an old nag dappankuttu well, not to mention the remix of a classic 80s song Ennama Kannu sowkyuma particularly well there's something for everyone.
The imaging is neat, Dhanush and Shriya are well developed in dance scenes that fill their eyes. Technically, without being truly spectacular modest budget oblige the film is treated both in the photograph framing.

In short, you'll understand Thiruvilaiyaadal Aarambam is a very good entertainment, and a great surprise. A film without pretension, to do to relax and have a good time, quite in the style of Thiruda Thirudi, another comedy whose success had launched Dhanush there a few years. This is only the second film young director Bhoopathy Pandian and his sense of comedy is quite exceptional. His first film was as a comedy, and since he has realized another, more tinged action (Malaikottai), who also worked well.

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