All in all another pearl from the Tamil Oyester. That this woman would cheat on her husband with his best friend is a very convenient shorthand. At hospital, he is declared brain dead, with few hours left to live. He is adequate, but the rest of cast, including Napoleon and Suhasini Maniratnam, have nothing to offer, probably because of the weak writing. At the end of all this brouhaha, the film finds a surprisingly neat closing shot- with a blinking Orange traffic light. But as things move on, it finds a rhythm and makes for an interesting one hour.
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Even though the movie artificially manufactures a wee bit of tension without doing anything, it takes a tight screenplay to see things through. More often that not, they are instinctively scoffed at by critics. While it takes some time to kick off, once it does, the film moves at very fast pace and reaches an expected conclusion without much ado. His parents and his girl friend Aditi Parvathi are shattered when they realize he is brain dead. Continue reading the review on the slideshow. The parents finally agree but traffic police commissioner Sundara Pandian Sharat Kumar is reluctant to embark on transporting the organ since feels the window of transfer is too short. In this one, he is investigating a case of curious posters being stuck all over the city.
The scene where a father picks photographs from a family album and decides which of the photograph would best suit his child's in memory. . The most notable problem with the film is the level of acting from the ensemble cast. However, he rises to the occasion , and when a recently suspended but reinstated traffic cop Satyamoorthy Cheran volunteers to drive as a way of atoning for his past, the show is on the road. The screenplay does a full justice to the wafer-thin storyline, giving the audience moments of joy, tears and excitement.
Then there's the Commissioner of Police, played by Sarath Kumar, overseeing this mission. The accident sequences are picturized so well that you forget for an instant its a movie. Lots of sequences strike a chord like the parents waving their offspring a final goodbye when they realize death is imminent, or like the dialogues by Gautham Krishna's wife played by Radhika who summarizes the rise and fall of superstars in a single sentence. The twist in the tale is caused by Dr Robin Prasanna , who has his own inner demons to fight. Cheran is decent and Lakshmi Ramakrishnan was good in one particular scene.
So the car carrying the heart is nearing Vellore and has to pass through a certain Jhintak Colony to reach the hospital. It is very likely that some may find this attempt irritating, as it is a rather novel style of narration. Karthik played by Sachin a young boy beginning his first day at his dream job as a television reporter and making plans of introducing his girlfriend to his parents. This is a ticking time-bomb movie where characters race against time to finish a job. Some cameos are memorable and help make the movie a tad more interesting. But I cannot recall cameos which turn a decent movie into a laughably bad joke. It takes guts to even attempt to make such a film in these times when every second film is either a love story or a revenge-drama.
The film gives us no insight into her part of the story and unfairly turns her into a punching bag for higher reasons. His expressions are worth a mention particularly in the sequence when his school going sister insults him and also in the sequence when one of his co-passengers tries to jeopardize the mission. The blame doesn't fall squarely on the actor for agreeing to do the cameo. Most are adequately used and do nothing to make the film better. Meanwhile Gautham Krishna's daughter Riya is on death bed and only a donor heart can save her. For Sarathkumar, this is a role that he can perform in his sleep.