Movie: Ennodu Vilayadu
Direction: Arun Krishnaswami
Cast: Bharath, Kathir, Chandini Tamilarasan, Sanchita Shetty
Music: Moses , Sudharshan
Editor: Gopi Krishna
What is it about: It’s about a young lad Vikram (Bharath) who loves a luxurious life and is addicted to betting, this leads him to play a dangerous game to make money. What happens during the process forms the crux of the story directed by Arun Krishnaswami.
Why it’s disappointing: This was one of those films, which you could conclude saying there were one too many flaws which was left unattended. This eventually resulted in a film, which drags out a simple notion to the ground. The film had a neat plot of betting on horse race. But it doesn’t make that as its vital point rather keeps wandering like a lost soul all the way and falls flat. Neither the screenplay was at its place nor were the characters played out good.
They said this was a comeback for actor Bharath, unfortunately he still needs to work on more to call it a comeback. His performance is still stuck up with “Boys” days. The talent hasn’t matured yet.
Kathir, who was raved for his performance in “Kirumi” loses big in this film. As his character was not etched out well, thus resulted in an average performance.
Chandini and Sanchita were just used for the sake of heroines. Nothing else, as both their characters were equally boring.
Seasoned actors like Radha Ravi and Yog Japee were seen in absurd characters who were posing to be dynamic.
The cinematography was very average by Yuva and the editing was sloppy by Gopi Krishna. Music by Moses & Sudharshan was very mediocre.
What to watch out for: Unfortunately there’s nothing we can quote saying was good to recommend this film for a watch.
Verdict: Arun, was lost with the screenplay, and dived in to hideous romantic angle which becomes annoying. This made the film so weak that it couldn’t stand up to the impression it made from its trailer. Unfortunately you can give this a miss.