Monday, July 02, 2012

Saguni

After planning for day after another to watch the Tamil flick Saguni in drive-in was happened only on Friday after gathering hope it won’t rain that evening, as it threatened with dark clouds like the first day and heavily showering on the consecutive day. The movie was an entertainment pack with politics as background and it is one of a decent commercial film released lately and gladly it doesn’t have any punch dialogues, one man army or gang war or skin shows!
The story wasn’t interesting but the way it leads at second half was good and moves enthusiastically for us to watch keeping away our basic sense!  Karthi plays the role of Saguni, who interact with political activities and leaders to achieve his goal being their reliable source and Santhanam helps him by losing everything and tried to make us laugh but we got only bored to his blunt jokes and almost seeing him in every film these days.

Pranitha as a heroin, doesn’t have a scene to express or act really and only used for couple of duets. In whichever way Karthi used to impresses her are fake and drawback to the movie and waste of reel. Nassar has been utilized well in the role of god man and he done his best making us laugh and think though his silence; Radhika has shown her face after long back into the big screen as a woman gangster come councilor and city mayor.

The editing and cinematography has made the movie picture clear and background score doesn’t make notice except two songs soothing and capturing the places of picturesque! Prakash Raj has done his job as usual good in role of villain and the credit goes to director who makes it fast on screenplay following the break just being an end to the boredom.

Bottom line:
Overall an entertainment… but no more cheerful to cherish and deliciously insipid!

10 comments:

Rajesh said...

Interesting review of the movie.

Linda said...

Your review is very interesting.

George said...

You write very good movie reviews. I found it to be interesting.

Anonymous said...

I didnt understand your bottom line...

ashok

♫♪♥PhilO♥♪♫ said...

I haven't ever tried watch a South Indian movie. But the songs are funny :P (no offense) :)

Krishna said...

nice review...

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Betsy from Tennessee said...

Great movie review, Jeevan. You are a very good writer. Thanks!!!
Betsy

Eden said...

This is interesting to watch. Thanks for the review.

eden said...

Hi, Jeevan!

It's me again. Just dropping by to say thank you for the visit.

Kalyan said...

nice reading the review...