After acting in supporting roles for over a decade, VTV Ganesh is turning hero with Inga Enna Solludhu. His debut movie in the lead role has gained good publicity and created positive vibes in Kollywood.
VTV Ganesh has got good support from his friends in the industry like Silambarasan, KS Ravikumar and Andrea Jeremiah. Indeed, this helped Inga Enna Solludhu, which is releasing in above 250 screens in the state, to be in the news most of the times. As a result, the satellite and distribution rights were sold for good price.
What Inga Enna Solludhu has to offer? Will it give a big break to VTV Ganesh? Can the film stand tall against the already running successful movies like Vijay's Jilla and Ajith Kumar's Veeram? Find the answers in the review...
Inga Enna Solludhu begins with VTV Ganesh narrating his life story to a driver played by Santhanam. The movie tells the story of a 42-year-old man played by VTV Ganesh. The interesting things that occur in his life form basic storyline. Our hero meets different kind of people in his life and Simbu is one among them.
The storyline of Inga Enna Solludhu is wafer thin and the audience wait on their toes expecting the film to take interesting turns. Indeed, it takes when Silambarasan appears on-screen. Every scene in which he is seen gets full marks.
In fact, we would easily say that Simbu's portion is the sole highlight of Inga Enna Solludhu. Except his portions, the film struggles to hold the audience attention. His semi-biography tests the patience of audience and the toilet jokes won't help the cause.
The entire story is dragging and runs without a point. People's patience to wait for the film to gain momentum will not come to fruition as the film has nothing to offer.
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VTV Ganesh's Charm Missing
VTV Ganesh's charm is missing in Inga Enna Solludhu. The actor whom we have seen in his earlier movies in supporting roles, is not appealing in the latest movie.
Meera Jasmine is okay and rest other characters have given decent performances. Santhanam is not entertaining.
Dharan's music is good. 'Appa tucker', 'Cuta anna' and 'Kuttipayale' are our picks. Cinematography by RD Rajashekar is up to the mark. Anthony's editing is neat.
Inga Enna Solludhu is unlikely to give a big break to VTV Ganesh. It appears like the film has a tough task in hand to remain in theatres due to the already running successful movies Jilla, Veeram and last-week release Goli Soda.
Inga Enna Solludhu turns out to be damp squib.