Dhanusu Raasi Neyargale Movie Review

Dhanusu Raasi Neyargale Movie Review

Dhanusu Raasi Neyargale Movie Review

Following the decent reviews and appreciations with Pyaar Prema Kadhal and Ispade Rajavum Idhaya Raniyum, Harish Kalyan is here with a Rom-Com titled ‘Dhanusu Raasi Neyargale’. The film is directed by Sanjay Bharathi and is produced by Gokulam Movies. Digangana Suryavanshi and Reba Monica John are playing female lead roles in this movie. 


Harish Kalyan plays a young handsome boy with a good job and picture perfect life. But having lost his father in childhood and his relatives saying that not properly following the astrology was the reason, he becomes addicted to it. Now he wants to get married to a girl who hails from a star sign that his astrologer (Pandiarajan) as advised. Surprisingly, he comes across a beautiful girl (Digangana Suryavanshi), who belongs to the same star sign. Their first encounter turns to be a mad mishap and later their bonding blooms into relationship. But how far the astrology is going to work out for them? 


Harish Kalyan has a perfect clarity. He doesn’t want to be blamed for a poor performance and is always perfect with what he does. In this movie, he has got a good characterization and he gives his best. He is neat with his acting in both humorous and emotional scenes. Digangana Suryavanshi is sure to make her best if in future she gets a massive female lead. Thanks to Sanjay for a good discovery, but then, her role doesn’t have a proper substantiality here. Reba Monica has been shown with voguish avatar, but then, there’s no substance to her role. Renuka, Munishkanth and Pandiarajan do justice to their roles. 

Story, Screenplay, Dialogues and Direction:

The story is somewhat good and appealing although it looks simple. There are few episodes that are engaging and Sanjay has understood the pulse of youth groups. With some perkiness in the scene, he is sure to win their claps. But the basic problem is the discontinuity between the scenes and his inability to hold the audiences’ interest throughout the movie. Although, the running length might look short with 2 hours, our experience goes little restless with stretched out and boring scenes, especially in second half. With a proper team of writers, if the engagement factors were elevated, then it would have been really an engrossing show. 

Technical Department:

BGM and first song ‘I want a Girl’ are the best from Ghibran’s stores and rest remains mediocre. What can he do when there are no proper scenes to give the best on music? Cinematography is neat and appreciation. Editing looks little amateurish with lots of jump cuts that has blatant discontinuities. 

On the whole, Dhanusu Raasi Neyargale has a good plot and some enjoyable moments, but the screenplay goes too vague by second hour, where it doesn’t hold our attention. Maybe, you can have a walk into theatres for an average time pass movie.