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Mundhinam Paartheney Review

Mundhinam Paartheney Review
Banner:
Seventh Channel Communications
Cast:
Sanjay, Ekta, Lizna, Pooja, Sai Prashanth
Direction:
Magizh Thirumeni
Production:
Manickam Narayanan
Music:
Thaman Sai

Mundhinam Paartheney

IndiaGlitz [Friday, March 19, 2010 • Tamil] Comments

Romance never failed to appeal youngsters. It is buzzz word in today's techno-savvy world. Keeping in tune with the trend, Seventh Channel Communications, who produced a thriller in Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu and a humour in Indiralokathil Na Azhagappan has opted for youthful love story.

At a time when Gautham Menon sizzled the screen with Vinnai Thandi Varuvaaya, a love theme, his protege Magizh Thirumeni opted to go his master's way in `Mundhinam Paartheney'.

The movie in a nutshell is about a software professional, about his friends and his love stories. The story unfolds in London, where Sanjay (Sanjay), narrates about his 'kind' of girl, and talks about love. Cut to flashback, the hero meets Pooja (Ekta).

He tries to impress her in all possible ways. But his hopes are shattered when he comes to know that she is getting ready for a marriage with a NRI youth. Then comes Aarthi, a dance tutor. She is a girl with traditional ideas but modern outlook. Unfortunately, the hero's attempts to settle down with her gets jinxed. Then enters Anu, Sanjay's colleague. Does he finds her apt for him forms the rest.

Sanjay does his part well. Equally good is Ekta. The comic scenes involving Sanjay and his friends, especially with 'Dinesh' played by actor Sai Prashanth, are humorous and well written. Sai has done his role casually, as he has vast experience in front of the camera, when compared to the other actors. The humour laced at regular intervals is a delight to watch.

The songs by Thaman are a pleasure to listen and even watch, exotic foreign locations through the camera of Vincent have been captured beautifully.

The eyesore is the pace at which the movie travels, but the shrewd director has covered it up with good narration. Being a youthful story, 'Mundhinam Paartheney' is young and ambitious. A few scenes, that show the hero's love for his lady, have been portrayed skillfully, and many dialogues and scenes make you giggle.

Influence of his mentor Gautham Menon is quite evident on Magizh Thirumeni. English dialogues here and there, a 2 second lip lock, etc is found in the making.

The makers of the movie have tried their best to capture the changes love has undergone today. A fresh story-telling, fresh star cast, over all a fresh movie that might not entice all sections of the audience.

On the whole, it is a movie that is breezy and entertaining aimed at capturing the hearts of youth audience.

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