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Year of release: May 2005
Santhosh, Srisha, Aswitha, Manivannan, Vayapuri, Karunaas
Kadhal Seiya Virumbhu by Bhargavan features debutant
hero Sanosh. The subject of the movie is romance and the
director tries to stress the point that premarital sex is
wrong. Music by Jerome and cinematography by Salai Sahadevan
is the only saving grace of the film.
For misinterpreting a friendly relationship with a girl to be
a love affair, Santosh (Santosh) gets a punishment - to read
Gandhiji's autobiography for a week in the Mother Theresa's
ashram. He gets admission in a Chennai college. Sandhya (Srisha),
a top student in the college, is a social worker and is not
swayed by the overtures of the boys in the campus. She finds
in Santosh a positive attitude and falls for him. He has only
one agenda and that is to have sex with her. She believes
that premarital sex is taboo.
In a flashback we are told that Priya (Asvitha), a girl who
loved Santosh, ditched him to marry an NRI. He created a
ruckus at the registrar's office and hence the punishment to
read Gandhiji's autobiography. Now this has made him
determined that it is sex before, and love later. However
Priya comes back saying that she was dumped by her NRI hubby,
since her breasts were removed due to cancer. Finally Santosh
accepts her back into his life.
Debutant hero Santosh is average. Srisha's performance is
impressive. Aswitha is looks good and her performance is
average. Karunas and the motley crowd's comedy is in bad
Music is impressive. Songs are racy and melodious.
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