Thursday, March 25, 2010

Kacheri Aarambham

Medium : Tamil
Starring : Jeeva, J.D.Chakravarthy, Vadivelu, Poonam Bajwa
Director : Thiraivannan
Music : D.Imman

Tamail actor Jeeva has once again acted under his father R.B.Chowdhary's production banner, Super Good Films, for the new project 'Kacheri Aarambham'. It is directed by debutant Thiraivannan.
Poonam Bajwa, who acted with the same hero in 'Thenavattu', 'Seval' and some other telugu films, is the heroine here. J.D.Chakravarthy has done an important character here. He has acted in films like 'Sarvam', 'Vasthu Sastra', 'Satya' etc and also directed films like 'Homam' (telugu) ,a story in 'Darna Zaroori Hai' (hindi) etc.

Hero Paari (Jeeva) lives in a village. His father is always scolding him as he is not serious abou
t his life and not even does a job to earn money. Desperately he left the village and reaches Chennai. He meets Madhi (Poonam Bajwa), who saves him from an accident. He likes her and started loving him. She requested him to keep distance from her, as she is vigilantly watched by Sivamani (J.D.Chakravarthy), a local don. Anybody who comes infront of her will be destroyed by Sivamani, who is in mad of Madhi for the last three years. Paari reached Sivamani's house and becomes successful in winning his friendship. Paari offers help to Sivamani, he informed the latter that he is not loving Madhi and also told him that within 15days she will be Sivamani's girl. Thus the hide and seek game progresses until the villain came to know about the real facts and how Paari manages this is shown in the climax.

The use of flashback shots in the combination scene between
hero and father where every time hero is shown offering help to the third party, can make you restless. The meeting of hero and heroine through an accident is shown unlimited times before. Heroine asking the hero not to follow her, resembles the scene in the film 'Run' and the villain reaching her house is almost similar to the situation in the film'Pokkiri'. Sivamani is shown as a very bad guy, but he is behaving like a coward in front of the hero. The way in which he beats his gang member who becomes culprit due to the hero's behavior is childish. Once the hero becomes a companion of the villain, the following scenes till the climax is predictable. Vadivelu doesn't have memorable comedy scenes to perform, he is not having much top perform once he becomes the member of the villain gang. Only good situation in the film is the one in which the hero's father (Azhagamperumal) talking casually to his son, becomes serious and he beats his wife who comes in front of him.

J.D.Chakravarthy, a comparatively new face in tamil films is good. Jeeva has done the role in his usual way. Cinematography by Mathi ('Silambattom', 'Nepali' and 'Paiyya' fame) is colorful. D.Imman gave a couple of fast numbers. The choreography of 'vaada vaada...' song felt different. The new writer-director Thiraivannan should come up with a stable and challenging story line next time to reach the list of notable directors.

'Kacheri Aarambham' is not a serious attempt. It is a masala movie with ingredients targeting the front benches.

Rating : 5 / 10

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