Friday, April 2, 2010
விண்ணைத் தாண்டி வருவாயா
Its a beautiful narration of a love story. Both Trisha and Simbu are very sweet in their own ways. The climax or the result of the movie is true in several relationships. The face of love has been changing. Many could not come out of their homes - literally, due to culture, parents, uncertainty, and fears. Jessie is one such girl. Simbu is one such boy - no matter what the relationship ends in something. Even the positive side of the failure is also true. Many make the sunshine out of the failed relationship. Sometimes its a big relief, that finally a result happened to the relationship - a failure or success.
Some friends and colleagues have undergone this; some relatives too. But time passes. People carry wounds.
The second part of the movie has filmy touch similar to that of Balachandar where K S Ravikumar, and film shootings happen.
I enjoyed all the dialogues "அவங்க உன் கண் வழியா என்னை பார்க்கலையோ என்னவோ ". "அவ front-a பார்த்ததை விட back-a தான் அதிகமா பார்த்தேன்". "இப்போ எனக்கு என்னமோ கேட்டுச்சு; அதை தான் நீ சொன்னியா?", "உலகத்தில இவ்ளோ பொண்ணுங்க இருக்கும் போது எதுக்கு ஜெச்சிய மட்டும் ஏன் லவ் பண்ணேன்?". And the friend Ganesh is perfect. His husky voice adds natural comedy.
I love Gautham Menon, his thinking, his mannerisms, and his genius. He is really brilliant. I was stunned when I repeatedly watched his வேட்டையாடு விளையாடு; பச்சைக் கிளி முத்துச் சரம் movies. VTV is another milestone for him. I could not count it as yet another love story. This is really different. Both Trisha's and Simbu's character is heavy. Next time when I see that a house of that type, I will only remember them.
I wish there comes some rich movies like this but with a wound healer message for millions of heart-breaks. If the movie could celebrate the so-called failure as the bright side of the love, we can stop suicides, crimes, and relationship issues.
விண்ணைத் தாண்டி வருவாயா Wikipedia Link