Film: Kadhalil Sodhappuvadhu Yeppadi
Starring: Siddharth, Amala Paul, Suresh , Ravi Ragavendra
Director: Balaji Mohan
Producer: Sashikanth Shivaji, Siddharth, Nirav Shah
Banner: Y NOT Studios,Etaki Entertainment
Music: Thaman S
Haihoi Rating For This Movie: 2 / 5
The story takes off with Arun (Siddharth), who is an engineering student describes about his failure relationship with his girlfriend Parvathi (Amala Paul). He narrates how he has seen Paravathi, fell for her and the following consequences like ego clashes that led them to go for break up. Arun later sees similar incidents in his close pal�s life and in this regard he realizes his true love for Parvathi and the way he is missing her. How does Arun realize what does he do to get back his love is all about Kadhalil Sodhapuvadu Yeppadi.
Siddharth looked young and energetic and he has sleepwalked through the urbane lover boy role in the movie. He is admiring and maintained the seriousness and confused attitude throughout.
Amala Paul looked perfect as Parvathi. She looked cute and has delivered her best when it comes to the performance. Her chemistry with Siddharth has worked well.
Suresh and Surekha Vani are apt for the roles while the rest of the cast did their bit as required.
Cinematography by Nirav Shah is an asset for the film. The songs have been neatly pictured and Thaman�s melodious tunes are good and hummable. The background score is elevating. Dialogues are apt and at times hilarious. Balaji Mohan direction is good. Kadhalil sodhapuvadu yeppadi story is unique but the screenplay could have been better in the second half.
Director Balaji Mohan has come up with a unique and fresh storyline that youngsters get connected. The director has looked into the way the present youth are thinking about love and how they are ending up relationships with the silly issues and ego clashes. Balaji Mohan has stuck to the script and did not add any illogical content to embellish it as commercial entertainer.
The presentation is appealing, script is novel but the screenplay and narration could have been better in the second half as it seem to be dragging. The protagonist speaking directly to the camera is a novel idea to Telugu cinema and Siddharth does it effectively. The first half of the film goes on a lighter mode with romance and comedy as engaging moments while the second half moves on a slow pace with a couple of twists and sentiments.
Siddharth and Amala Paul's chemistry.
Too many sub-plots
Too much drama and melodrama
Very urbane storyline
Kadhalil Sodhappuvadhu Yeppadi has nothing new, it has some good screenplay, hence the movie ends up as an normal film