Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru is directed by Sundar C, who has tasted a lot of success in comedy genre. He has teamed up with UTV Motion Pictures after his last year hit movie Kalakalappu. He has chosen Siddharth, Hansika Motwani, Santhanam and Ganesh Venkataraman to play the lead roles. Does the director has a winner in hand? Checkout in the review....
Kumar (Siddharth) and George (Ganesh Venkataram) work at a software company. Their characters are different all together. While the former is shy and feels awkward to talk to girls, the latter has a high ability to attract woman. There enters a girl in their life in the form of Sanjana played by Hansika Motwani.
The Boys actor instantly falls for Sanjana and wants to win her. Being an introvert, he does not have the required confidence to impress her. This paves way for love guru Mokia (Santhanam) to enter in the picture. The former seeks the help of latter in order to make her fall in love with him. And the game begins.
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There is a certain kind of freshness in Sundar's approach. His characterisation and screenplay are built on humorous one-liners. The underlining point of the comedy is that there is no double entendre and it is enjoyable by all sections of the audience. Continue reading the review on the slideshow
A Comedy-rich Film
Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru is a comedy-rich film. It is a well-written movie with good twists and the story runs at a good pace. Importantly, if Sundar C had not chosen Siddharth, Hansika, Ganesh and Santhanam, the cast would not have been so perfect.
Siddharth-Hansika Combo Works
Siddharth brings in a lot of energy to his role and his chemistry with his co-stars are wonderful. Hansika Motwani, who is called as Chinna Khushboo, looks sweet and impresses you with her innocent face.
Santhanam Breaks Funny Bones
Santhanam breaks your funny bones and steals the show whenever he appears on-screen. Ganesh Venkataraman looks super cool in the role of Casanova. Bala, Devadarshini, Bosskey, Vidyu Raman and RJ Balaji add value to the film.
However, the drawback of the film is songs, which halts the quick proceedings at parts. The second half is not up to the mark. Well for most of the good parts, the minor clutches go unnoticed. Technically, a few songs are good and our pick is 'Azhagendral..'. Praveen and Srikanth's editing is good and Gopi Amarnath's cinematography is decent.
Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru is a fun ride and one-time watch film.