YDM review

Remakes seem to be rocking in recent times and here comes the brother duo Selvaraghavan-Dhanush joining the list. Aadavari Maathladu Arthalae Vaeru starring Venkatesh, Trisha and Srikanth was a great blockbuster in Tollywood and now we have a great fiesta for B and C centres. The first thing we just wanted to tell us is that we have a great doubt why he some sort of annoyance towards father roles. Most of his films has the protagonist scolding his father and later transforming with his character. Let's leave it and that's nothing to do with this review…

The film opens with two unemployed youngsters Dhanush and Karunaas roaming around the city admiring the buddies cheering out for their offices. Dhanush is no one but an ordinary youngster who is in search of a job with low profiled qualification. Sooner, he gets employed in a software company where he falls in love with a higher official played by Nayanthara. It's an one side love and Nayanthara has no concern for him. Raghuvaran playing Dhanush's father role differ in attributes of various aspects and there is always a tiff happening between these two. Getting to know that his son is in love with a girl, he approaches her and has his hopes dashed as Nayan insults him. Unable to bear the mental affliction make his soul depart from the world and this is sure to melt your hearts…



Now family members of Nayanthara have arranged for her nuptials with Karthik and they are of orthodox class. With arrangements going for the marriage, Nayanthara loses her heart for Dhanush and family members are unaware about this. Right a day before marriage, Nayan's grandfather has things revealed and has plans to get Dhanush and Nayanthara united…. But things are now different when Dhanush has to decide whether to join hands with her and this forms the crux of the story.



Speaking about the directorial approach of Jawahar, he marks a good start with his venture and has defined characters well. Be it the father role played by Raghuvaran or a son of normal character, it has been presented with the expected levels. Nayanthara, who was earlier seen in only glamorous roles, has something different to perform here. Emoting well to different situations, she wins the accolades for her stunning realistic acting.



Raghuvaran remains cherished in her minds even after getting out of theatres and that's of his characterization and funeral rites gets us to the real feel of loosing such a great actor.



Main highlight of the film is the way that Jawahar has portrayed the lifestyle of Brahmins who are of an orthodox family. Adding to the humor part, its not just with a comedian's show, but majority of the star casts taking care of it. However, Karunaas steals the show and his combo with Dhanush makes it great as much as in previous flicks…

Getting on with technical aspects, Yuvan Shankar Raja has his best for the songs and background scoring enhancing the visual feel. Especially, in terms of background scoring, he has delivered the best part and couple of songs makes you hum to the tune…

Selvaraghavan's dialogues as in previous movies are focused for B and C centres and it would be nice if he makes some corrections while penning dialogues. So that audiences of A centre will have a great likeliness for the lines…

So, Yaaradi Nee Mohini is a good movie that you can enjoy watching to kill your time…

Tamil film and superstar suffers a big blow

The Akhila Karnataka Gadi Horata Samithi (AKGHS) has said that it won't allow superstar Rajinikant to 'step into the state' or his films to be screened until he offers a public apology for remarks on Karnataka and Kannadigas!

The firebrand president of AKGHS Vatal Nagaraj said: "Rajinikant insulted Kannadigas in his speech in Chennai. Until he offers a public apology to Kannadigas, we will not allow him into the state. We will also not allow his films to be screened. All Kannada organizations are with us." This clearly means that his forthcoming Kuselan cannot be screened in Karnataka.

Meanwhile Tamil film producers and stars are worried that they will lose the lucrative Karnataka market worth Rs 1 to Rs 2.5 crore per big film. The summer biggies and films due in the next four months like Vijay's Kuruvi, Kamal Hassan's Dasavatharam, Vikram's Kanthasamy, Ajit's Aegan, and above all Rajinikanth's Kuselan will not find takers in Karnataka. Already the Karnataka distributor of Dhanush's Yaaradi Nee Mohini has refused to take delivery of the prints, causing a loss of Rs 25 lakhs to the producer Kastoori Raja

 
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