Wednesday, December 20, 2006
Do you want to see a movie which is clean, totally free from violence and bloodshed ? You need not go far. See the movie Ilakkanam, which has turned to be a family entertainer The story of this movie revolves round family sentiments. The director has neatly depicted the love and affection between husband and wife.
Ram plays the lead role of Tamilarasan. The story begins with Ram arriving in Chennai in search of a job. He joins a magazine as a reporter and in due course gets promoted as an assistant editor.
The female lead role of Kayalvizhi is played by Uma. Tamilarasan's family members arrange his wedding with Kayalvizhi. In course of time, they are blessed with a baby girl and the couple name it as Panimalar.
There is general strike While out shopping, Kayalvizhi is hit by a stone and rushed to hospital where she enters the coma stage and dies. Meanwhile, as fate would have it, the wife of the person who pelted the stone which killed Kayalvishi is in hospital awaiting heart transplant. Kayalvizhi's husband agrees to donate his wife's heart.
Ram is the right choice for the character Tamilarasan. He expresses his love and affection for his wife very convincingly. Uma has given life to the character of Kayalvizhi. All have played their parts very well. The music composed by Bhavadarani is a treat to the ears of the audience. Lyrics for the songs have been taken from the poems of Bharathiyar and Bharathidasan.
The director of the movie has made the movie serve a social cause. Credit for making such as good movie has to go to the producer who has taken a good risk in producing this movie.
Ilakkanam is a lively and enjoyable movie worth seeing. It would especially appeal to the family.
Banner : Nannari Padaipagam.
Producer : Rajeswari Shanmugam
Screenplay, Dialogue and Direction : Chandraseyan
Music Director : Bhavadarani
Cinematography : KV Mani
Editing : Thanikachalam
Story : Prakash
Cast : Ram, Uma, Vinu Chakravarthy, Rohini, Subaveerapandian, Balasingh and Sukumar
Date of Release : 15th December, 2006