Oru Kal Oru Kannadi Tamil Movie Review

Oru Kal Oru Kannadi Movie Review

Oru Kal Oru Kannadi will surely bring success to the director, M. Rajesh. It is a romantic movie but there is a huge scope to roll in laughter as comical elements have been used to make the movie more vibrant and lively. This movie has been shot by Rajesh who is an experienced director.

On the other hand, the participation of Udhayanidhi Stalin into OKOK is excellent and also quite surprising. He is not merely an actor but a producer as well. He has invested his time to act in this movie. To be frank, he is the master in acting. He has been given an important role in the movie. He is the hero and his love affair with Meera in the movie has been properly showcased due to his charming dialogues, excellent figure and presentation in a unique way,

The story of this movie starts on a fine morning when Saravanan played by Udhayanidhi was found dejected and unhappy on hearing marriage celebration of Meera acted by Hansika. He was helpless and he rushed to wedding ceremony site to stop marriage. In the flashback, Udhayanidhi has fallen in love with Meera at first sight at a public place. He decides to follow her till she has reached her home. He has found her father who is a police officer by profession. In this way, both have met. Udhayanidhi has put pressure on her for loving him. She is not ready to accept his love. There is nothing wrong in love and war. Saravanan has asked for help from Saravanan acted by Parthasarathy. As a comedian, the role of Parthasarathy is highly appreciable. However Udhayanidhi’s contribution as a hero plus a bit comedian is praiseworthy.

OKOK has been made more attractive due to the sexy image of Bubbly Hansika who seems to be an ice-candy. Her sex appeal and mind blowing smiling face will surely arrest eyes of viewers.

Music is excellent and ear soothing. Harris Jayaraj has showcased his talent in gifting magnificent musical tunes.

Verdict: Lastly, if the movie were little bit more rapid, it would have been better. In the first half of the movie, incidents occur at slow pace. Speed gains with times proceeding with the advent of Hansika and Saravanan. Family feud has dampened the comic charm to some extent. However, overall this movie is quite splendid and full of spirit to boost up teens.

Rating: 4/5

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