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Oh My Kadavule Movie Review : Engaging romance with good performances and a solid element of surprise

Oh My Kadavule is a rom-com composed and coordinated by Ashwath Marimuthu that stars Ashok Selvan, Ritika Singh, Vani Bhojan and Sha Ra in head jobs while Vijay Sethupathi and Ramesh Thilak play broadened appearances. The film is delivered by G. Dilli Babu under the standard Axess Film Factory.

Arjun (Ashok Selvan) is a confounded, loosen youth who is dear companions with Anu (Ritika Singh) and Mani (Sha Ra). During an apparently ordinary drinking meeting including the three, Anu proposes to marry Arjun, along these lines prompting a rough marriage.

Fortunately, Arjun gets another opportunity because of celestial intercession from two individuals (played by Vijay Sethupathi and Ramesh Thilak) who run a spot called ‘Love Court’, which additionally offers him a chance to right his wrongs. He attempts to seek after his energy and would like to win over Meera (Vani Bhojan), a growing movie producer and his youth pulverize, who likewise happens to be a year more established than him. Will Arjun’s second took shots at life prompts a cheerfully hitched life frames the remainder of the story

OH MY KADAVULE CAST and CREW

Creation: Axess Film Factory Cast: Ashok Selvan, Ritika Singh, Shah Ra, Vani Bhojan Direction: Ashwath Marimuthu Screenplay: Ashwath Marimuthu Story: Ashwath Marimuthu Music: Leon James Background score: Leon James Cinematography: Vidhu Ayyanna

Gracious My Kadavule is a lighthearted comedy composed and coordinated by Ashwath Marimuthu that stars Ashok Selvan, Ritika Singh, Vani Bhojan and Sha Ra in head jobs while Vijay Sethupathi and Ramesh Thilak play expanded appearances. The film is delivered by G. Dilli Babu under the pennant Axess Film Factory.

Arjun (Ashok Selvan) is a confounded, loosen adolescent who is dear companions with Anu (Ritika Singh) and Mani (Sha Ra). During an apparently ordinary drinking meeting including the three, Anu proposes to marry Arjun, in this manner prompting a rough marriage.

Fortunately, Arjun gets another opportunity because of perfect intercession from two individuals (played by Vijay Sethupathi and Ramesh Thilak) who run a spot called ‘Love Court’, which likewise offers him a chance to right his wrongs. He attempts to seek after his energy and wants to win over Meera (Vani Bhojan), a growing movie producer and his youth pulverize, who additionally happens to be a year more established than him. Will Arjun’s second took shots at life prompts a joyfully hitched life frames the remainder of the story

OMK begins an insecure note, where at first, the film makes a decent attempt to be clever (the foundation score by Leon James oversells each entertaining minute). Yet, as the story advances, the film takes a connecting with turn by transcending the platitudes of a lighthearted comedy. The content naturally offers space to humor that expect more noteworthy centrality in the story.

For example, Arjun turns into the quality control boss of an organization (possessed by Anu’s dad, played by MS Baskar) that makes restroom toilets. Hold up till the “joke” offers space to a contacting minute that hits backs as a rude awakening for Arjun. The curiously crackpot premise (that helps you a piece to remember Jim Carey’s Bruce Almighty establishment) introduces a relationship show through the viewpoint of a dream.

Not simply the idea, the executive conveys highbrow sensibilities and it is clear when the film doesn’t sensationalize the courageous woman’s drinking scenes. The principal half is stuffed with acceptable composing that prompts a great deal of astounding minutes in the subsequent half.

The subsequent half rotates around Arjun’s second life through a brilliant ticket that is noticeable just to him, where he attempts to redress the slip-ups of his past life. Alongside the help comes a couple of conditions, and this vanity prompts a ton of tense minutes where Arjun thinks that its hard to not uncover this mystery.

The adjustments at the subsequent half seem to be little astonishments that causes you to return to the previous snapshots of the film. A stretch including Arjun’s endeavors to astound Meera on her birthday is one of the most charming snapshots of the film. Ashok Selvan fits into the bill as a non-undermining, confounded youth and the on-screen character’s science with Ritika Singh is unmistakable in each scene. For example, take the scene where Arjun fights with Anu in a lift. The scene felt less like acting and progressively like a similar trade of responses.

Vani Bhojan and Sha Ra play their parts well, while Vijay Sethupathi and Ramesh Thilak chip in with viable appearances. The group exhibitions and the splendidly lit cinematography adds to the enjoyment vibe of the film. With OMK, Ashwath Marimuthu ends up being a movie producer with present day sensibilities. Goodness My Kadavule is a connecting with and a profoundly innovative sentiment

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