Taramani Movie Review

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  • Directed by: Ram
    Produced by: Dr. L. Gopinath Ram, J. Satishkumar
    Written by: Ram
    Starring: Andrea Jeremiah, Anjali, Vasanth Ravi, Adrian Knight Jesly and others
    Music by: Yuvan Shankar Raja
    Cinematography: Theni Eswar
    Edited by: A. Sreekar Prasad
    Rating: 3/5

Story:
Prabhu, an orthodox man, falls in love with Athiya, a free-spirited, single mother. They both get engaged and later realize how different they really are. What happens then? How did their story end? Forms the story of the movie.

Performances:
The chemistry between Andrea and Vasanth Ravi is the primary feature of the film. Two or three scenes among Andrea and Vasanth during the principal half are exhibited in a characteristic manner and they carry a ton of profundity to the procedures in a decent manner. Courageous woman Anjali is alright in her uncommon appearance. Andrea sparkles once more in a solid and rash ladies’ character. She suits her job of a nerd flawlessly. Two montage tunes which come during the main half are great. Vasanth Ravi is similarly great in his young job and conveys a noteworthy exhibition. All the other actors have displayed a great performance in the movie.

Technical Aspects:
The possessive idea of the present youth has been anticipated in a reasonable manner. Director Ram’s idea is pleasant and could possibly work in the cinema world whenever executed in the correct business way. However, as he gives it in a practical way, the yield does not look that powerful. The editing by A. Sreekar Prasad is very nice as nearly twenty minutes of the film can be cleaved off effectively to make things engaging. The cinematography by Theni Eswar is tolerable. Music by Yuvan Shankar Raja is great and his experience score is likewise decent. The production values for this constrained spending film is okay.

Plus:
Performances
Story
Screenplay

Minus:
Few boring scenes

Verdict:
On the entire, Taramani is a reasonable dramatization which features the over possessiveness of the present youth towards their friends and family. Andrea and Vasanth Ravi’s screen nearness and science in the main half are executed pleasantly yet the moderate paced and baffling second half, absence of business components may not give a widespread intrigue subsequently making the film a dull watch this end of the week. Search for something different intriguing. The film has got a lot of interesting elements that would hold the audiences pretty well. The film, on a whole, is impressive.

Punch Line: A bold tale of Love