Brindavanam Movie Review
Story, Screenplay & Direction : Radha Mohan
Producer : Shan Sutharsan
Dialogue : Pon. Parthiban
Cast : Vivek | Arulnithi | Tanya
Music : Vishal Chandrasekhar
Cinematography : M. S. Vivekanand
Editor : T S Jay
Production company : Vansan Movies
Distribution : Orange Creations
Running Time : 130 mins
From the director of Mozhi and Payanam, here comes the next on the lines of Mozhi again with different perspective to the story. Let’s see in detail.
The story of a girl who falls in love with his childhood friend with speech and hearing impairment and he rejects the proposal with strange reasons. Whether they make it to happy ending is Brindavanam!
Radha Mohan who is known to give quality cinema this time takes again the sign language movie and his special is we will also easily able to catch the sign without much dialogues. This time he has given more importance to friendship where most dialogues are classic one like “Kadhal yennidam pesum aana natpu yenakkaga pesum”
Arulnithi as a hearing and speech impaired person extends nuance performance. Tanya appears in a causal girl role, where most of her dialogues are teasing oriented and she takes a cakewalk with her performance. They both make a good pair on screen. MS Bhaskar reprises the same kind role from Mozhi and its like ice on a cake role for him.
Vivek comes as an actor himself throughout the movie and he is back with his timing quirky dialogues. Also his dialogues connecting his real time events are laugh riot like Vishal, avatar comedies. Scenes with cell Murugan and doubt Senthil worked out well.
Getting through the musical analysis, the songs have minimal prominence with just 3 tracks and nothing retains in our senses post-the show and even background score is merely average. Towards the end, climax is bit lengthy one with repeated scenes. As the movie completely takes place in Ooty, we can feel the chillness through camera.
Though the director says its not like another version of Mozhi, but the portions involve always make us remember his previous movie be it location, cast and the theme itself. Second half twist, flash back portions, sentiment dialogues makes it a feel good one towards the ending which is stretched a bit long.