Friday, March 12, 2010

VTV - My view

I don’t know which one to take and leave, there might be some ups and downs, but it was a lovely ride across the sky. VTV (Vinnai Thaandi Varuvaayaa) is a very beautiful poem written by Gowtham, and Simbu does a very decent proposal whereas Trisha comes as an angle with cute smile and freak in sari.

The highlight of the movie is songs and pleasant picturesque. The love come romance between the lead was soothing and does some magic in imagination. Should appreciate the background scoring, that pass like a breeze in an undisturbed manner, and just not being vocal, I wonder sometime does someone parked next playing there audio of the same movie songs. Leaving mom at home, me and dad watched the movie in drive-in.

It was against feeling, wishing for songs to keep flowing more than the sequence, and so as the songs influence the movie. I loved the quietness of the movie, and the simple action and screenplay, describes a familiar story in an unusual manner. There’s a small distraction on simbu’s face, at some places it clearly says the huge makeup and obviously he’s very smart in his original tone. I then thought, why dint I continue to be a simbu fan?

There’re mild moments to laughter and to wonder how come a busy cameraman simply follows Simbu in seeking Trisha across the Alappuzha. The white church on bank ashore and the houseboats and river are evergreen blue wonder. The gentle kiss and intense love, embrace the audience to fall in love and like the line says, love is not we go in seek, and don’t leave love that come across u.

9 comments:

Srini said...

A simple, delectable and positive review, Jeevan - full of life. I could feel the gentleness you must have experienced from the cinematographic portrayal while reading your review. I have yet to watch although people tell me I am likely to like it.

Cheers! Take care...

Anya said...

It sounds great
it was lovely to read ;)

Have a wonderful weekend Jeevan

Priya said...

Hmm not a great fan of that actor, but songs are so good and will watch it.

Kavi said...

Very difficult for me to sit through the second half !

venus66 said...

Quite a nice movie. The places in Kerala are so beautiful in the movie. Beautiful sceneries.

Babli said...

Thanks for the wonderful review. I have heard about this movie but didn't get opportunity to see it.

cyclopseven said...

I enjoyed the scenery...especially the boat ride and the church.

Ashu said...

very good

Balaji S Rajan said...

Your review is tempting me to see the movie. I need to wait for few more months.