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Why you should never miss 'Pasanga 2'? - Top 5 reasons

Friday, December 25, 2015 • Tamil Comments

After a long gap director Pandiraj is back with his Pasanga 2`. From the title Pasanga 2` and trailers we could guess that this is going to be a film that would take us into the world of children and from the director`s earlier films Pasanga` and Marina`, we know his finesse in presenting such films as enjoyable, entertaining and educative too.

Apart from this, what are the special attractions of Pasanga 2` that may be termed as they are the compelling reasons that makes it a must watch. Check out below.

A kids` film for parents and to-be parents

Pasanga 2` may deal with kids but the film is intended to reach the parents and to be parents with some valid and vital lessons on how to approach our kids. Why thrusting our aspirations on them is wrong and how the parents can positively influence their children right from the days of pregnancy. It also stresses the involvement of both the parents in the growth of a child and the need to spend time and listen to our kids. The film may also make you rethink about the ranking system and the relevance of competition among kids.

In short, Pasanga 2` can be recommended as the must watch for parents and all adults.

Entertainment guaranteed

Pasanga 2` carries some real good messages but that does neat mean that the entertainment value that you expect from a Pandiraj film are compromised. Right from the beginning to the last scene the film has through entertainment with fun filled moments and scenes and dialogues that would either make you laugh, smile or think over and appreciate.

Especially the characterisation Ramdoss (Muneeshkanth) as an upper middle class parent, the cute kuthu dance of Nishesh and the clever questions raised by Vaishnavi to her parents and teachers are real stress busters.

The lovable kids

Pandiraj has introduced many golden kids to Tamil cinema and the latest additions to the list are Nishesh and Vaishnavi. Both these budding talents have brilliantly performed in the film and they are impeccable in all emotion. You need not have a second thought if you are planning to watch the film just because you love kids` films. These two kids and also the other kids in the film will floor you.

Dialouges that dive into the heart

Pandiraj is as good as a writer as he is a director. Dialogues have been the biggest plus of most of his films and Pasanga 2` is no exception. The film is filled with meaningful dialogues about kids.

The best example is about the complaint on kids using bad words. "Kozhandhainga Ketta vaartha pesardhila kaetta vaarthiyadhaan pesuvaanga" (Kids never speak bad words. They just speak the word they have heard). Everyone would know that it`s unfair to expect kids to know what is good and what is bad. But Pandiraj with a small word play conveys the point that would last long in our minds.

We can also get to enjoy the satirical lines of Pandiraj.

Suriya and Amala Paul

Apart from, producing this film along with Pandiraj, Suriya has also acted in the film. It was being reported that Suriya has done a cameo role. In the promotional event, Suriya also played it safe by requesting the audience to not come to the movie halls with the mind of watching a Suriya film.

But actually you can watch the film for the amazingly talented performer Suriya also. Suriya`s role of the child friendly psychiatrist Tamil Naadan, comes towards the interval of first half and in the predominant part of second half. Though you cannot expect a Singam` or 24` as the star rightly claimed, this will go as one of the memorable and unusual and down to earth roles enacted by Suriya on screen.

Amala Paul has got one of the best roles in Tamil as Venba teacher. The actress looks ravishingly good and has given her best to the role as a lovable mom, kind teacher and a woman who has a different approach towards parenting, education and schooling.

These are only the top reasons and while watching Pasanga 2` you may find more reasons to enjoy it. Go watch it theatres and make the best out of the long Christmas and New Year festival season.

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