Starring: Vaibhav, Priya, Vivek Prasanna, Indhuja and many more
Editing : Shafiq
Music: Santhosh Narayanan & Pradeep
Directed by: Rathna Kumar
Sorry again but could not avoid saying that.. All cos i still have many more re-views to be done from my side. So I planned to give a very short but rich in content in the coming blogs untill I catchup with the recent ones.
‘Idhayam’ Murali (Vaibhav) is about to commit suicide on the engagement day of his lady-love and call his friends Vinoth (Vivek Prasanna) and Kishore (Arun Prasath) before ending up his life. The two friends immediately rush to Murali’s lover Madhumitha’s (Priya) house and ask her to degrade the love of Murali over the phone, which actually works that our hero puts a full stop to his suicide plan and decides to enjoys his life to the fullest. But after one year, situations bring both Murali and Madhu closer, they even fall in love. What happens after that forms the rest.
Thematically ‘Meyaadha Maan’ shines in its depiction of friendship. Humor is the backbone of the screenplay and wherever it works with it does to the hilt. The North Madras flavor is retained delightfully in all the scenes. The film’s duration is too long and the team could have trimmed it a bit. When there’s so much freshness in the script, these minor issues can be brushed aside. Debutante Rathna Kumar has shown good command over extracting performances from his cast and narration and shows great promise for the future. Nice journey..!! 🙂