Review by : Tamilstar team
Prakash Raj, Akash Puri, Nazer, Sarath Babu, Radhika Apte
Subramaniam (Prakashraj) works as a government employee. Son Karthik (Aakash) is tended by his father. Subramaniam puts up with many difficulties and contemplates giving a good future to his son.
Karthik seems not to worry about all these and doesn’t concentrate on studies. He is very much interested in cricket since childhood. Due to this he lags behind in studies. Subramaniam who comes to know this is worried about his son’s future.
But he feels his son will understand when he grows up.
At a certain point, the teacher complains about Karthik’s poor performance to his father Subramaniam. Nalini enters the movie. She lives alone with her children.
Subramaniam fights to weed out the deficiencies in the education department and aims to let students make choice regarding their path in life.
Does he win in his struggle...? Does Karthik’s dream about turning cricketer materialize..? That is the climax.
After hearing the narration of the story you might think that the movie is a campaign. But the movie is of course not a campaign but a beautiful narration of middle class people’s grievances.
Prakash Raj has once again proved that he is the mould of Balachander. It is in no way an exaggeration that Prakash Raj has taken care to be a wonderful director.
Prakash Raj has given form to the movie, and music maestro ILayaraja has given life to the movie. The songs are that melodious.
Prabhudeva makes guest appearance as God in one scene for the movie. No character seems irrelevant in the movie. But there are flaws at few junctures in the movie.
Dhoni is Prakashraj’s sixer.
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