Unnale Unnale Review
Nowadays there are two categories of youngsters living in the urban areas. On one hand there is a group of students hailing from the rural areas in and around the campus of a govt college, having unfulfilled dreams and the other category is of the sophisticated white- collared IT professionals. This film is primarily meant for the latter category, as it is a glitzy, hi-tech love story, a brainchild of the director Jeeva.
This category of rich youngsters, bereft of any hardships, lives in a state of perpetual euphoria and only believes in love and merry-making. They don't have time to even think about human values. Girls-Love-Friends-Pizza huts-Pubs are the Panchathanthiras for them, and they lead a lavish lifestyle. The ultimate aim of such people is to fly to the U.S., U.K. or Australia after completing their studies in India. Director Jeeva is the true representative of this utopian world and he has been trying to prove this right from his first film 12 B. He is only bothered about the young guys living in and around the upmarket ECR or the Tidel Park area!
Unnale Unnale is an urban romantic story which revolves around a young software engineer and two beautiful girls who come into his life. In other words, the story looks like a hi-tech version of AVM's Minsaara Kanavu. Many of the scenes have been lifted straight from various English and Hindi movies, but the craft work of Jeeva make the movie watchable.