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Director Adhiroopan is making his directorial debut with Shanthanu Bhagyaraj starrer. The movie features Shanthanu Bhagyaraj and Srushti Dange in the lead roles, while Skanda Ashok, Ravi Prakash, Thambi Ramaiah, Appukutty, Swaminathan, Kalyani Natarajan and others are said to playing the supporting roles. Rasamathi provides the cinematography and Vivek Harshan for editing while GV Prakash Kumar has composed the music.
Mupparimanam is the story between Kathir (Shanthanu Bhagyaraj) and Anusha (Srushti Dange) and revolves around their stages of their lives. the Tamil film touches the subject that had been not touched by any filmmakers before.
This film has all elements such as love, family opposition, heartbreak & a violent. This film can also be considered as an interesting romantic drama. It must be noted that the second half of this film is very much engrossing and pumped and deals with the subject which is rarely dealt with in present times while the heroine’s role in this film has a many different shades.
Shantanu as an actor has been showing so much of improvements since his last release ‘Koditta Idangalai Nirappuga’ and now as Kathir, he has done full justice to his role with much-needed intensity while on the other hand Shruste Dange is very much in form and shines throughout the film from start till the end. G.V.Prakash Kumar’s songs are well composed and his background score is not up to the mark while Rasamathi’s cinematography and Vivekh Harshan’s editing is just okay.
Plot – Director Arivazhagan has based this medical crime thriller on Rajesh Kumar’s crime novels. The source material is strong and the director has handled the content very well, aided by his stunning lead hero and a capable technical crew. The core theme will connect to women, married couples and families, and this shall work to the film’s advantage in the long run.
- Arun Vijay is top notch, be it his trim police looks, well-built physique or invested performance. ‘Vetrimaaran IPS’ is a definite addition to memorable Tamil cinema cops, and one wishes to see more of him in sequels.
- Arivazhagan knows how to handle thrillers, and after Eeram, he is back in fine groove. The Arivazhagan – Arun Vijay combo promises a lot for the future. The decision to bank on a proven crime novelist pays rich dividends.
- Composer Vishal Chandrasekhar delivers the goods with his tense RR, suiting the serious mood of the film. There aren’t needless songs to hamper the flow of the film; editor Bhuvan and Arivazhagan have kept the film on a tight leash. Dop Bhaskaran’s slick visuals and consistent color tones add more scale to the film.
- The really young Mahima Nambiar is a pretty face and a confident performer. Her romance track with the cop may remind us of Kaakha Kaakha. She has something to offer to the film too, with her part in the initial investigation scenes.
- Among the support actors, Thambi Ramaiah keeps the laughs flowing in line with the story. Abhinaya does admirably well in a substantial part which is sure to earn the audience’s sympathies. Vamsi Krishna, Aravind Akash and ‘Stunt’ Silva are among the baddies and acquit themselves well. There are a few women characters which fall in the ‘risky’ zone; kudos to actors like Kalyani Natarajan & Suja Varunee, who’ve played them.
- Nothing much to say.
Final word – Content-wise, the best Tamil film of the year, till date. Arun Vijay gets the much-needed fillip to his career as a lead hero, thanks to Arivazhagan and co. Do watch!
Plot – A street-smart young man, Tamizharasan, is lured into the deadly world of cunning politicians & violent henchmen. He finds his way in a sure-footed manner and thwarts his enemies.
- Vijay Antony looks increasingly comfortable as a commercial mainstream hero. He has plenty of action scenes, mass moments and a heroic song too. He scores with his intense expressions and serious dialog delivery. He is someone who has worked around his limitations well.
- Among the big bunch of support actors, Aroul Jody is the best. His shaggy makeover catches the eye. Veteran Sangili Murugan has started to patent ‘advisor’ kind of roles.
- Director Jeeva Shankar packs the film with some gripping political drama moments. The film is dialogue-heavy and will impress fans of this genre more. Visually too, Yaman is a slick product, thanks to Jeeva Shankar again.
- It’s a meaty part for Thiyagarajan but the veteran could’ve done it with more energy and verve. His monotonous dialog delivery disengages us from his scenes.
- The songs are downers, and the foreign song in the 2nd half is a needless speedbreaker. ‘Emmela Kaivecha’ is the best of the lot, despite having a heard-before structure.
- A talented actress like Mia George mostly gets the ‘damsel in distress’ part here. But she impresses with her dance moves and modern styling.
- Yaman is too ‘talkative’ and this works against the film, particularly in the 2nd half.
Final word – Yaman is watchable for a good part but it could’ve been better. Still, worth a shot in this season dominated by TN’s political moves and instabilities.
Final Rating : 3/5