Bale Pandiya Review
What makes Bale Pandiya special is its newfangled thread of storyline. The film’s protagonist blames himself as the unluckiest man in the whole world. Instantly, the similarities strike with Jean-Pierre Léaud’s characterization in Hollywood’s I Hired a Contract Killer and Akshay Kumar in Hindi movie Housefull. Naturally, these character share commonalities of addressing themselves as unlucky, Loser and are shown with their misadventures.
With his entire life filled with anxieties and misfortunes, Pandiya (Vishnu) decides to put an end to his life. Left with a sum of Rs. 10, 000 on hand, he offers a deal to city’s topmost contract killer AKP (Amar) to kill him. Surprised with such a crazy deal, AKP asks on his explanations that urged him from such decisions. There begins his loads of reasons that starts with his nanny lasting her breath while calling out his name followed by his first love failure and many more of that sort.