Mon, 15 Feb 2010 11:44:05 GMT

'Theeradha Vilaiyattu Pillai': Immature!

'Theeradha Vilaiyattu Pillai' (TVP) is Vishal's attempt at a new genre - that of a light entertainer - after his actions flicks failed to evince much interest.


'Theeradha Vilaiyattu Pillai': Immature!

Review

'TVP' could have been a sure-fire entertainer but the director (newcomer Thiru) fails to exploit the plot to make it a smart movie. He has chosen a storyline laced with romance, glamour and fun but has failed to present it in a convincing and interesting manner.

Karthik (Vishal), a carefree youth belonging to an upper middle class family, likes having many choices in whatever he does or buys. And he wants to apply the same approach to select his life partner. He wants to love three girls at a time and select the best after interacting with them and knowing them better...It does sound ridiculous.

Karthik identifies three girls, fools them, and finally wins their hearts. Tejaswini (Neetu Chandra), a millionaire, Jyothi (Tanushree Dutta), an athlete who hates guys, and Priya (Sarah Jane), a student who wants to avoid an arranged marriage are the girls that fall in Karthik's love trap.

The director makes it look so easy that these young woman fall for the guy without any strong reason. The film moves on with the love escapades of the protagonist. But he gets caught by Tejaswini. Agitated at being fooled, she wants revenge by exposing him and his plans. Karthik outsmarts her in every move but finally he learns a lesson the hard way.

Director Thiru disappoints in the first half as he fails to make the proceedings look convincing. He takes everything for granted in his pursuit to give Vishal a new image and make an entertaining movie.

The way Vishal cons the three girls leaves much to be desired. The dialogues on the ways of women and their integrity in love are highly immature.

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