Friday, October 04, 2013

Raja Rani - Entertainment Rule

A newlywed couple, experience indifference in their marred life from the day one and both were only intend to agonize  each other through silent acts of conflict. The flashback reveals their past, parting the film equally half with enough dose of love, comedy and tragedy making it a wholesome entertainment. After longtime, Nayantara had appeared in a Tamil film and along with Arya - both were seen paired in Boss En Bhaskaran - had ruled each other as Raja and Rani (King and Queen) on screen.

Directed by debutant Atlee, had done a decent job by giving not much important to alcohol and such like comedy scenes had warm up with beer! The way he handled the post breakup scenes is appreciable, without much despair. Jai been Nayan’s love affair, doesn’t look fair but rather he appear like a younger brother to her. As a customer care employ, he makes fuss with Nayan and begs for releasing him from being irritated by multiple callers dialing his number - the people who receive customer care calls will enjoy the scene.

The sweetest and cute part of the film for me personally was Nazriya Nazim’s role as Keerthana, makes cheery on the cake! She’s an example how sweet a girl could be… I like to add a line from Gautaman Bhaskaran of Hindustan Times, wrote: “the one person who caught my attention was Nazriya, who as an Arya’s lover, is absolutely gorgeous with a face that is so expressive that we do not need her to speak”. How true! Hehe… I have become a fan of her lately (check the lovely song of her on my sidebar from Tamil film Neram).

Sathiyaraj as father of Nayantara was emotionally well done and called him as darling by her sounds different. The music (by G.V Prakash) was wonderful overall and I esp. like the song Oday Oday, which is very peppy and stylish and the cinematography also involves creativity. Not to forget, Santhanam has been the minister of this kingdom of king and queen, but as a comedian he makes merely laugh for good rather constantly annoying. The indoor sequences look fair in soft light and the frames were all well composed in an artistic manner. Overall a decent modern family entertainment!

Footnote:

As usual watched the film in the Drive-in Theater here and seldom was it crowded on Monday, we could find number of families with kids parked their seats in front of their cars. It was just like a proof how well the film had reached and received. Despite interruption of rain, everyone seems enjoyed the movie. 

12 comments:

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Jeevan this sounds like my kind of movie.

Sandhya said...

I too heard that the movie is fun. Now, after reading your review, I am planning to watch it soon!

George said...

Thank you for the review of this film. It's wonderful to learn about a movie that parents can enjoy with their children.

Renu said...

I wish I knew Tamil..whenevr you write review..please write full story, atleast I can read it...

Destination Infinity said...

I skip all these 'love' based movies. High-time Indian directors start thinking of some creative stories.

Destination Infinity

Ash said...

Nothing like a good fun film!

Rajesh said...

Wonderful review of the movie.

ladyfi said...

Sounds like fun.

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

I think I would like this movie.

deeps said...

this Kerala girl seems to be on a roll in Tamil movies..

Lakshmi said...

I do want to watch this film..hope it releases in Bangalore in a good theatre

Ponniyinselvan/karthikeyan said...

I will see it when it will be screened in some channel.