Aambala Review

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Review by : Kumaresun
Vishal, Vaibhav Reddy, Hansika Motwani
Sundar C
Hiphop Tamizha
Vishal Film Factory

First things first. Vishal's Aambala, directed by Sundar C, is a commercial entertainer which is made for the masses. If you are not ready to mind logic and other things, you might enjoy this movie, which has no dull moment from scene one till end.

The film's biggest highlight is its long star cast. In each and every scene, at least half a dozen known faces are there. Coming to the story, Saravanan (Vishal) is a carefree guy who is jobless. He falls in love with Maya (Hansika),

Meanwhile, Police Inspector Rajasekar (Santhanam) has an eye for Maya and he appoints a young man (Vaibhav) to split the pair. It emerges that Saravanan and the young man are brothers and their father (Prabhu) has another son (Sathish).

Their father wants to reunite with his sisters (Ramya Krishnan, Aishwarya and Kiran) and each one of them has one daughter. So, Saravanan and his brothers have to marry one each. Interestingly, Maya is the daughter of one of the aunts of Saravanan.

It's Sundar's treatment that makes the film worthy despite an age old story and cliched narration. Vishal plays a macho man and he remains active all over.

Hansika has a breezy and meaty role. Santhanam tries to tickle the funny bone, while Sathish and Vaibhav are good. Music by Hiphop Tamizha Aadhi (debut) is good, especially songs. Cinematography gives the feel that as if we are in a festival.

On the whole, 'Aambala' is a cocktail of emotions and a typical festival movie. Watch it if you have more time to spare.


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