The multistarrer rom-com Kavalai Vendam have seen limelight today after a small hiatus with decent expectations. Deekay of Yaamirukka Bayamey fame has tried a different genre in his second outing. Pre release buzz is induced mainly by the talented young composer Leon james whose spell binding tunes are chartbusters also it seduced all music lovers. The adorable duo Jeeva and Kajal Agarwal are teamed up for the first time in this film which is bankrolled by RS Infotainment.
The young married couple gets separated by small misunderstanding and whether they are joined again or not is the remaining storyline.
This rom-com commenced in a subtle introductory scenes packed with colourful visuals. In the mid-way of the first half, narration moves in a less impressive manner with some dreary portions. The feel good witty elements are quite missing, the director who gave complete laugh riot in his hitherto project has failed to recreate the same kind of comical sequences in his second venture. Even artists such as RJ Balaji and Bala Saravanan performance evoked euphoria mode in only few places which gives us a dull feel. The whole first half concludes with a moderate intermission which sets the stage first the furthur proceedings.
The post interval scenes had decent comical ingredients compared with first half. The veteran actor Mayil Saamy played a good persona especially his acting were neat in both comedy and emotional portions. Jeeva and Kajal Agarwal were known for their picturesque act but their screen presence in this flick looked average which is due to the moderate characterisation. The emotional and sentimental tracks towards the climax was decent after a so much of mediacre sequences.
The characterisation of supporting artists such as RJ Balaji, Bala saravanan, Simhaa and Sunaina were moderate and they had less scope to enthrall audiences. Asusual, MayilSamy has essayed a innate show with ease. Lead cast Jeeva and Kajal ‘s performance were good only in few scenes.
The positive things are the seducing background score and songs, credits goes to Leon James. Also cinematography to be lauded for depicting exquisite locations in a pleasing fashion. The downside are the dreary execution of the plot alongside less laugh riot in most of the places. This film is deviod of engaging factor which gives a average feel to the viewers.
The plot taken by the auteur is subtle but he is failed to recreate feel good impact. Many artists were seen in a less meaty roles which must be avoided.