Aambala (TAMIL)

Aambala

Starring: Vishal, Hansika, Vaibhav, Santhanam and many more
Editing : Srikanth NB
Music : ‘Hip Hop Tamizha’ Aadhi
Cinematography: Gopi Amarnath
Written and Directed by: Sundar C

Sundar’s films has that comedy sprayed across the story which makes the film a saleable product at the end. This was the trend he has followed all these years in all of his films. He has done the same again with a different story and with different and strong cast. Vishal joins with him again after their previous outing has not seen the screen till now. Sundar and Santhanam’s chemistry in comedy is known thing to all. When all these things join together for a film then what we can expect..!! We will take a look..

Saravanan (Vishal) in the company of a policeman (Santhanam) caught in the clutches of fate, falls in love with Maya (Hansika). Due to a turn of events, Saravanan sets out on a mission to discover his father, and also finds his brother and stepbrother eventually. Next mission is to reunite the big family, with his aunts. How he finds them and makes the family get united and marrying their daughters is the rest.

The film would have fallen flat on its nose if not for Santhanam and some witty comedy by Sathish. In fact, Santhanam has once again lifted another film heavily on his shoulders. Usually Sundar’s film wont have much action sequenced but here comes Vishal’s part where he is keeping on beating the goon’s which makes the film a bit slow and boring.

For a change, Vishal is on a role lighter than ever before, keeping you spirited up in his striking presence all through. Hansika in her bubbliest ever charm is a bomb! The beautiful ladies cast as the elder generation – Ramya Krishnan, Aishwarya and Kiran, apart from Prabhu as the father and Santhanam, Sathish and Vaibhav, all do their little but essential part to thread the story together. ‘Hip Hop Tamizha’ Adhi, the internet sensation, makes a delightful debut as music composer with lively, peppy, foot tapping numbers and a pulsating background score. Gopi’s camera has captured everything neatly and pleasantly. Editor has managed to make the film crisp enough.

The film sums up action, masala and romance in the totality of rib tickling humor. There is clean romance, a not so thick story line, packed with agreeable but little over fights, crafted beautifully and delivered on a platter of humour, that hardly a moment skips without laughing. Sundar C and team have launched themselves unshakable, devoid of being overshadowed, on a high entertainment genre, this festive season. Leave the logic and just go for the comedy and you can enjoy it..!! 🙂

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