Banner: R Studios,Vijay Antony Film Corporation
Producer: Fatima Vijay Antony,Radhika Sarath Kumar
Music: Vijay Antony
Casting: Vijay Antony, Diana Champika,Mahima, Jewel Mary, Radha Ravi, Kaali Venkat, Nalini Kanth, Rindu Ravi and others
Indrasena (Vijay Antony) and Rudrasena (Vijay Antony) are twins. Indrasena becomes drunkard after the tragic death of his lover in front of his eyes. Rudrasena however settles in life,living by example.
Shock awaits Indrasena as he gets 7 years imprisonment in a murder case and after he comes out, his family lives in a pitiable state. Rudrasena's life too makes shocking twists. How Indrasena solves the problems and brings back the glory to his beloved family should be seen on silver screen.
Vijay Antony attracted in dual role showing variations. He spell bounds with his performance in emotional scenes. He performed well during the introduction scene. He as Indrasena showed the love and affection towards his brother in a natural and realistic manner.
Similarly as Rudrasena he showed his another angle. However Vijay Antony failed to show the same talent in romantic scenes. He somehow managed with dances and songs. Diana and Mahima performed well doing full justice to their roles.
However both are on the heavier side. Radha Ravi and others added Tamil flavor to the film with their performances.
Vijay Antony's tunes may not be attractive but are shot with rich visuals. He however elevated the film with his background score. His editing could have been better. Dillraj captured the scenic locations with his cinematography talent.
Director Srinivasan should have paid attention to the missing logics in the story and screenplay and also the mass connect which is missing in the film. Production values are good.
No commercial elements
Vijay Antony attained stardom with the success of Bichagadu. This film too attracted the attention of all. However there is difference between the tastes of Telugu and Tamil movie lovers. This film is away from the tastes of the Telugu movie lovers.
Srinivasan decided to highlight bromance and score a hit at the box office. Though he attracted with his story, screenplay and direction, he dragged the film testing the patience of the viewers.
Though interval twist is good, the scenes that followed in the second half looked artificial and cinematic. Viewers could predict the climax in the pre climax. Climax except for the emotional flavor looked weak. Seems the director missed the tempo in the second half. Though the film attracts with emotional content, slow pace tests the patience of the viewers.
Indrasena alienates viewers with its irritants.
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