Brahman Review

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Review by : Tamilstar team
Starring
Sasikumar, Lavanya Tripathi, Santhanam, Soori
Direction
Socrates
Music
Devi Sri Prasad
Production
K Manju Cinemas, Anto Joseph Film Company

The hero leases a theatre and struggles to earn a living out of it; in between he romances the heroine. Sasikumar is admonished for being unsuccessful in his venture by his family members.

 

Unable to make both ends meet the hero leaves for Chennai in search of his childhood friend who is a popular film director and gets an opportunity to become director.

 

The hero turns a martyr sacrificing his project as well as his love. Will the hero get back his theatre and his love, is told in a rather protracted manner.

 

The usual Sasikumar style where he gives importance to friendship above all is becoming stale now! Yet the actor has taken efforts to perform in both romance and dance sequences. Heroine Lavanya is stunning but there is not much scope for acting in the film. Santhanam’s one-liners are a laugh riot. Soori as assistant director has performed naturally.

 

Friend’s sacrifice, getting back the theater without clearing taxes, sister sentiment, parent’s emotions are all very filmy. The film is clean of violence and double meaning dialogues, yet these alone are not sufficient to call the movie a good one.

 

Bramman was not created right!


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