Debutant filmmaker Saravanan has made his mentor A R Murugadoss proud. Engeyum Eppodhum is a journey of life with twists and turns.
What begins a pleasant journey takes a bumpy ride and leaves a striking impression on the audience.
Conveying a strong message laced with commercial element is no easy task. Saravanan seems to have done it aplomb in his maiden venture itself.
It is the story of two couples who end up romancing in contrasting manner. Then they happen to meet at one point in the story where a tragedy strikes in their lives.
Two buses crash in a busy highway near Villupuram. Over 30 die.
A flashback unfolds and the love life of a couple of a pair Amudha (Ananya), an engineering pass out falls for a Chennai youth Goutham (Sarva). There is one Kadhiresan (Jai) and Manimegalai (Anjali) in Tiruchy, who loves each other. These couples gets involved in the accident. The story traces their love, fun, joy and sorrow.
Ananya is impressive. Her character is well-etched.Anjali is equally good. Jai as innocent youth, who runs madly behind Anjali does his best. Sarva with his cool and casual looks fits the role well.
R Velraj's cinematography and catchy background score of debutant Sathya adds pep to the proceedings.
Produced by A R Murugadoss in association with Fox Star Studio, Engeyum Eppodhum is impressive.