This Vishwak Sen and Niveda Pethuraj film has problematic ideas on the view of love among themselves
The hero is on a Pursuit Mission to find what the love is. He is looking for a woman who loves him as much as his mother. When he is a teenager, he enters a nearby girls’ school with balloons and announces his love to every girl who crosses his path. By the time he was an adult, he had expressed his love to about 1600 women. The makers of this film thought it was beautiful or funny or both. It is one thing to tell the story of a boy who loses his mother and longs for love, but quite another to turn it into a bizarre ROM com drama.
After a controlled portrayal of an intelligence officer in HIT (2020), Viswak Sen plays a luxurious romantic hero, Prem, who dances, dances and sheds tears. But it’s hard to take his character or intentions seriously in a story that is alien as it progresses.
Cast: Viswak Sen, Niveda Pethuraj, Simran Chowdhury, Mega Lekha
Direction: Naresh Kuppili
• Music: Ratan
When his search for love in Hyderabad goes in vain, the women in Visakhapatnam are very supportive of someone’s frame – love as generously as the ocean or something that way. In the next scene, Prem is in Visakhapatnam.
A woman who fits into the traditional mold, another who is identical to using a man like an ATM – everyone becomes part of the search. Friends of the Hero led by Mahesh Achanda and Eve Teasers led by Rahul Ramakrishna are instrumental in unleashing hands along the way.
A friend puts forward the idea that a Jane can easily fall for a cute guy (I didn’t make it) and soon, Prem is attracted to a plus size girl. Body-insulting comments from friends and Eve teasers continue.
To cool this girlfriend, Prem and the woman speak in a loud, loud voice because — hold your breath — that’s how love happens in the Mani Ratnam film. My memory of Gitanjali is now scarred.
While this is not enough, the search for love goes to the future MLA played by Murali Sharma. There’s a weird stocking going on in the comedy role and no, they’re not gay.
The last attempt to save the story through an unexpected turn offers the opportunity for recovery.
The film finds its rhythm while that specialize in the romance between Theera (Niveda Pethuraj) and Prem. She is engaged to someone else but is ready to fall in love with him for six months to create beautiful memories for the rest of her life. We know how such stories go.
Pagal tries in vain to connect all these parts together with philosophical-sounding lines about motherly love. The idea of a man seeking the love of a mother from his life partner was planned; It’s time for the boys who love the screen to truly grow and develop. Women are just as attractive as men, and they grow up making mistakes just like men.
The songs composed by Ratan and the cinematography by Manikandan give a little comfort to this delicious story.