Lavanya Tripathi, Santhanam, Sasikumar, Soori
Devi Sri Prasad
Fri, 21st Feb 2014
Brahman tamil Movie Song Lyrics
|1||Brahman||En Uyirin Uyiraga||396|
|2||Brahman||Vaada Vaada Nanba||393|
|3||Brahman||Un Kannai Paarthaale||372|
Siva, a movie buff, owns a cinema theatre, which runs into financial trouble. However, his life changes for the better when he meets his childhood friend who is now a famous movie director.
Bramman is the name of the God, who is referred to as the creator in Hindu mythology. However as far as Socrates’ Bramman is concerned, the word refers to a friend who creates a successful life for his childhood mate.
Sasikumar, the Bramman in Socrates’ tale, does his job well in being the creator that the director has successfully managed to conceptualize. The plot that is exploited here is cinema, love and passion that is seasoned with true wholehearted friendship.
The movie takes us through a ‘not-very-exciting’ first half that establishes Sasikumar’s passion for cinema and his love interest, played by Lavanya Tripathi, along with a few essential characters played by Santhanam, Malavika Menon and Lateef Omar. Santhanam, in the movie, is as snug as a bug in the rug in bringing out the laughs. It does look quite easy for the actor. However, one might get the feeling that his timely deliverables were not up to the usual standards he sets.
The usage of songs might have slowed down the pace of the movie and disappointingly represses the momentum the screenplay builds up. Sasikumar’s effort to brush up his dance moves is laudable, although there weren’t too many variations on offer.
The second half of the film, rolls out in a shipshape manner, with the introduction of Naveen Chandra, letting the audience chew through the meat and potatoes of the story. Naveen Chandra, plays Kumar, Sasikumar’s childhood friend. Sasikumar’s unanticipated fortune that leaves him dumbfounded and Naveen’s nescience is pretty much what drives the story to its finishing point.
Soori replaces Santhanam in the comedy department in the latter half of the movie. Although the actor does not have too many scoring points, his presence does not disappoint the audience. His single shot narration of Sasikumar’s story of luck, run in a fast yet comprehendible frame speed is an interesting idea that is executed to perfection.