It seems to be the season of romantic movies hitting the screens. Filmmaker P V Prasath after Kadhalil Vizhunthein has come up with Eppadi Manasukkul Vandhai, a romantic thriller which is all about a youth’s all –out action to save his love life.
The movie shares some similarities with Kadhalil Vizhunthein. For the characterisation of the hero is almost the same in both the movies. But the sequence of events makes it more engrossing.
Playing the lead role is debutant Vishwa. A promising talent, who delivers his best in a tough character. Former Miss India Earth Tanvi Vyas plays the female lead while Irfan dons the role of a college student, whose characters sets the ball rolling in the film.
Produced by director Kiccha, Eppadi Manasukkul Vandhai has music by A J Daniel, a former Harris Jeyaraj speaks about a friend turning foe for romance. He even dares to turn a serial killer to hold the hands of his beloved. Though is it soft and romantic, at places it is gruesome and bloody.
Seenu (Vishwa) a poor boy hailing from a dhobi family meets Mithra (Tanvi Vyas), a rich girl and falls in love with her. Seenu joins the college ( a fashion technology institute) where she joins. There is one Shyam (Irfan), a close friend of Mithra who stays in her house. Seenu becomes both their friends. But a fight breaks between Shyam and Seenu. The former is killed by Seenu. Fearing that he would be a hurdle in his lovelife, he kills Shyam and hides his body. He cooks up a story that Shyam had left the city after a love failure.
Seenu consoles Mithra's close friend and soon wins over her heart. Now enters a tough police office (Ravi Kale). He suspects Seenu of killing Shyam. The chase begins. What happens then is the climax. Vishwa has given his best considering this to be his maiden venture. He is cool and delivers the roe well. Tanvi Vyas has a major role to play. She has enough screen space and enjoys doing the role. She is cute and bubbly. All kudos to Ravi kale. He goes on to give a matured performance.
S D Vijay Milton's camera is the hallmark of the movie. At places the movies proceeds little slow and sadly there are some cliched sequences too. But Prasath has managed to cast a spell on screen.