Sasikumar, Tanya, Kovai Sarala, Sangili Murugan
Fri, 23rd Dec 2016
Balle Vellaiya Thevaa tamil Movie Song Lyrics
|1||Balle Vellaiya Thevaa||Aasa Theera Aadikkalam||26|
|2||Balle Vellaiya Thevaa||Kan vachutta||25|
|3||Balle Vellaiya Thevaa||Alappara kodukkura||25|
Shakthi moves to a new village after his mother, who is a postmaster, gets transferred. He befriends a childless couple and falls in love with Thanikodi, a butcher's daughter.
Sasikumar plays Shakthi a youth who settles in a new village as his mother (Rohini) who is a postmaster gets transferred there. He becomes close to a childless old couple Kaathaayi (Kovai Sarala) and Kanakku (Sangili Murugan) and also falls in love with the butcher’s daughter Thanikodi (Tanya). When Shakthi crosses paths with the local rowdy Sundaram (Valavan) a cat and mouse game starts between the two and did he cross his hurdles and get his girl forms the rest of the story.
Sasikumar’s character in the film is just an extension of all his previous ones, with a more comic tone which he manages well. He is his best in the solitary fight scene, but looks misplaced in the love scenes with a very young heroine. It is time Sasikumar started choosing better scripts like ‘Poraali’ and ‘Nadodigal’ which provided him his stature. Nothing to complain about debutante Tanya, who fits the village girl role aptly and she gets to perform in the climax when the only genuine twist comes. Kovai Sarala is billed above Sasikumar in the credits and she occupies a lot of screen space. The scene when she gets a lunch cooked by the induction cooker salesman brings down the house, but the one emotional scene for her is forced and does not make the desired impact. Valavan as the antagonist and Sangili Murugan have done a fairly neat job. The girl playing the character Priya is worth mentioning as she gets the laughs on a couple of occasions.