Banner: Super Good Films
Cast: Jithan Ramesh, Sanchita Padukone, Suhasini
Direction: Thirumalai Kishore
Production: R. B. Choudry
‘Jithan’ Ramesh is back with a romantic comedy Directed by Debutant Thirumalai Kishore. After a break through failure the actor has been seen unnoticed and his full hope is on this film which is produced by Ramesh’s home production Super Good Films has music by Telugu Composer Chakri in his debut Tamil film.
The whole film is set in the beautiful backdrops of Ponnavaram, a village in Pollachi. Ganesh (Jithan Ramesh) is a happy going lucky guy comes as a fan of T. Rajendra, with a loveable family background. Jayaprakash plays his father with new comer as younger sister and a supporting mother. A debutant, Sanchitha Padukone come as a friend of Ganesh sister who refuges at their home and slowly mingles with their family members, meanwhile a cousin girl (Suhasini) of Ganesh visits his house. Earlier it was decided to wed Ganesh with her but she refuses to marry him. When Ganesh and his sister’s friend starts loving each other that makes a mark on the change and twist in the entire story. Rest of the story revolves around Ganesh, his lover and cousin and ends with who win’s whose heart
Jithan Ramesh’s acting have considerably improved and to be worthy mention about his dance skills, which has brought to lime light with this film.
The humor in the film is the major grip for this kind of Family Drama, which has come out well with comedian Soori.
The Guest appearance of ace actor Prakash Raj as a Doctor. It’s said to be a pleasant surprise for the viewers. The Backdrops and locations of the film are remains us the Evergreen 80’s film. Though it has been shot in few locations alone, it has filmed worthy.
Getting on with the minuses, all songs in the film just remain us of some or the other previous Telugu film songs. Prakash Raj as a Doctor with no substance and appeared to be a puppet.
The story plot which is not new to the Tamil film Audience. Bose Venkat disappears suddenly and has been used just to accelerate the slow moving screenplay.
The film is dominated by more ridiculous factors that become a major spoiler.
Verdict: Pillaiyar Theru Kadaisi Veedu – No Entry