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Star-casts: Bala, Visaka, Sai Kumar, Thalaivasal Vijay and others.
Bala enacts the role of Sai Kumar, who happens to be a bigwig in a village. Visaka on the pars happens to be the daughter Village’s postman Thalaivasal Vijay. As clichéd, both of them fall in love that is strongly opposed by Bala’s father. With no options left, Bala elopes with Visaka who are chased by Sai Kumar’s henchmen. They now consume poison and drop in for different trains on opposite direction. However, when Bala’s father saves him from the dangerous situation, the young guy is worried about his sweetheart’s fate.
So, what really happened to Visaka? Is she dead or would he find her love at last forms crux of the story.
Both Bala and Visaka have done spelled good performance on every scene. As Visaka moves around with her friends to school, Bala’s gesture of body language goes so perfectly and indeed Visaka while just watching him by hiding beside walls is yet another embellishment to the film.
On the romantic portions, both of then evoke the passion of real love amongst the youngsters in cinema halls and likewise they’re awesome while consuming poison fearing that she may get killed and he cannot live without her.
Sabesh Murali’s musical score helps more to the film’s enhancement and cinematography offers a pleasant touch.
S.R. Sundarapandi has beautifully made a good script based on real life story. Mark our words! This is one of the best World Cinemas ever made in Tamil Cinema.