Gautham Karthik's dream to make it big
with his debut movie Kadal was shattered, as the Tamil
flick failed badly at Box Office. Mani Ratnam's project did not
become a perfect launchpad for the son of veteran actor Karthik.
After carefully considering a few scripts, the young talent give
nod for Ravi Tyagarajan's film Yennamo Yedho.
It is something like do or die battle for Gautham Karthik, as one more flop could prove costly for his future. He has worked hard for Yennamo Yedho and has pinned high hopes on the latest flick. He has teamed up with Rakul Preet Singh and Nikesha Patel for the romantic comedy movie. It has D Imman's music and Gopi Jagadeeswaran's cinematography. Will the film give a break to the budding star? Find it in the review...
Yennamo Yedho is the official remake of Telugu hit
movie Ala Modalaindi, which starred Nani, Nithya Menon and
Sneha Ullal. The director Ravi Tyagarajan has tweaked the story to
suit the Tamil audience. But the main essence of the film remains
Gautham Karthik gets kidnaped by detective played by Prabhu. On
his way, the hero reveals about his love story with Simran
(Nikeesha Patel). We are told that he suffers an accident and his
sweetheart rushes him to the hospital where she comes across a
Unfortunately, Simran and the doctor falls in love and they get
married. Gautham decides to attend her marriage and he comes across
another girl Nithya (Rakul Preet Singh), who was the girlfriend of
the doctor. The two broken hearts enjoy each other's company but
our hero falls in love with her. Just when he thinks of proposing
her, there arrives another twist to the story. How they realises
that they are made for each other is the remaining part of the
story. Continue reading the story on the
The story of the film is engaging at most of the parts. The
first half is easily passable with enough number of humourous
scenes. But the second is pretty slow and dragging at parts.
However, the story picks up the pace towards the climax.
Gautham Karthik has acted well and has lived upto audience
expectations. His body language is good and more such roles might
come his way after this flick.
Rakul Preet Singh has done a good job. Nikeesha Patel's
performance is upto the mark.
Manobala and Madhan Babu break the funny bones of the audience.
Rest others have done justice to their roles.
Three songs 'Neeyenna Periya Appatakkara?', 'Mosale Moosale' and
'Puthiya Ulagai' are good to hear. S Thaman's background too
Gopi Jagadeeswaran's cinematography is decent and Alen's editing
Yennamo Yedho is an enjoyable movie. The Tamil movie is
far better than Gautham Karthik's debut movie Kadal.