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Kacheri Aarambam Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Saturday, March 20, 2010 • Tamil ]
Kacheri Aarambam Review
Jeeva, Poonam Bajwa, Vadivelu, JD Chakravarthy, Azhagam Perumal, Kadhal Thandapani, Manohar, Muthukalai, Bava Lakshmanan, Kingkong, Sriranjani
RB Chowdary
Kacheri Aarambam

'Kacheri Aarambam' is Jeeva's ticket to stardom. The actor, who is credited a lot for doing off-beat roles in the recent past, has consciously taken to do a racy commercial pot-boiler. Debutant filmmaker Thiraivannan has seemingly rehashed several scenes from many of the entertainers that made buzz earlier.

Jeeva reminds one of 'Thenavattu', where he almost played a similar role with same Poonam Bajwa around. The presence of seasoned campaigners like J D Chakravarthy and Vadivelu around, 'Kacheri ....' is nothing but a full-length commercial venture aimed at the so-called B and C audience.

The energy at which the story moves is the hallmark of the movie. Forget logic and sit through the film for a roller-coaster ride, which you would have had many times before watching such films.

The film begins at a journey in train where Paari (Jeeva) looks back at everything. Cut! the story goes to one remote village in Ramanathapuram. Paari is a do-gooder who helps everyone in need. A magnanimous man, he gives anything and everything to others if they ask for, apt to his name.

Promising his dad (Azhagan Perumal) to earn more, Paari sets out to Chennai to earn money. But he is thrown to more challenges in city. He meets a young girl Madhi (Poonam Bajwa) and falls in love with her. But also comes some trouble for Paari in the form of some goons, who flexes muscles with him. Sivamani (J D Chakravarthy), the dreaded but sophisticated don of the city gets ready to marry Madhu. It is now up to Paari and Sivamani to sort it out.

Jeeva has enough scope to try his hand at comedy, flex muscles and sing duets. Seemingly targetting youth, He has opted for more scenes that would appeal to the young generation. Poonam Bajwa looks cute. She has to get her emotions on screen right.

Vadivelu as Deepavali evokes laughter. His one-liners are witty. J D Chakri impresses a lot. His subtle performance is the highlight. A couple of songs by Imman are foot-tapping.

Produced by Super Good Films, 'Kacheri...' is a formula film, but Thiraivannan can be credited for making the movie work with his racy screenplay. Otherwise it is one among the many. 

Rating: 0 / 5.0

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