Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen Movie Review – Another comedy galatta

Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen:  Director Ezhil and actor Udhayanidhi Stalin have joined together for the first time for the comedy entertainer film titled as ‘Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen” K.G.Venkatesh is taking care of cinematography. Anand Lingakumar is the Editor. The film had their entire shot in Coimbatore, Pollachi and other nearby locations.

Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen Movie Review:

It featuring Udhayanidhi Stalin and Regina Cassandra in the main parts, with Srushti Dange and Soori in supporting parts. This is the first time that Udhayanidhi acting with two beautiful actresses. Ezhil’s regular comic companion Soori is teaming up with Udhay for the first time through this film. Udhayanidhi Stalin uncovered that he would create and act in another drama film to be coordinated by Ezhil whose past was “Velainu Vandhutta Vellaikaaran”.

Regina Cassandra and Srushti Dange joined the film as lead performers in late July 2016 and the film started generation thereafter. Actor Soori has restricted in this venture to deal with comedy. After Manam Kothi Paravai, Desingu Raja And Vellaikaara Durai, D. Imman works together with Ezhil for the Fourth time.

Imman’s first joint effort with Udhayanidhi Stalin is SIB. The soundtrack contains 5 melodies by Yugabharathi.

“Yembuttu irukkuthu aasai” a melody track which loved by more. “Langu Langu Labakaru” a folk track was already reached its peak to the music lovers.

Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen Story:

Saravanan (Udhayanidhi), a torpid and capricious adolescent, who regularly likes to invest energy with his companions, gets the chance to appreciate a respectable position in a national-level political party. Kalyanam (Soori), Saravanan’s uncle, who had prior peered toward the position, leaves to Dubai inferable from specific conditions. He is miffed that he lost the possibility in the gathering and chooses to render retribution against the last mentioned. Also, Veera Singam (Mansoor Ali Khan), who is after Kalyanam to settle some individual scores, is anticipating his arrival from Dubai.

In the meantime, Saravanan’s adolescence “enemy” Thenmozhi (Regina Cassandra), returns to his town to irritate his tranquility. After a progression of careless groupings, Thanmozhi’s folks choose to get her hitched to Veera Singam’s child, Rajadurai (Chams). Saravanan understands that he is enamored with Thenmozhi, however the last still holds resentment towards him. She, as well, continuously builds up an enthusiasm towards him, however, she doesn’t know about the progressions occurring inside her.

Touted to be a droll comic drama, the film tends to take a surprising spooky course from here, as a result of which the slender plot winds up plainly disturbing; something else, the film would, at any rate, have been watchable. The unconvincing flashback groupings, including the companionship amongst Saravanan and Fathima (Srushti Dange), and the feelings required in it, ruin the little fun the film offered till then, prompting eccentric scenes. One can without much of a stretch make out that the consistency is clear attributable to the executive losing the plot someplace in the middle. A hodgepodge of barely absurd successions, disarrays, a thing tune and superfluous dramatization take after, just to exacerbate the situation. Like in a couple of late movies, a large portion of Soori’s jokes fizzle, while Yogi Babu ends up being a help.

‘Saravanan Irukka Bayamaen’ has produced by Udhayanidhi Stalin under his Red Giant Movies banner. According to the Preview Show of the film, SIB getting its rating as 2.5 out of 5.

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