movie song lyrics


Atharvaa, Mishti, Anaika Soti


Badri Venkatesh


Yuvan Shankar Raja

Release Date

Fri, 29th Jun 2018

Semma Botha Aagathey tamil Movie Song Lyrics

Rank Movie Lyrics Views
1 Semma Botha Aagathey Itemkaaran 616
2 Semma Botha Aagathey Idhayathai Oru Nodi 606
3 Semma Botha Aagathey Semma Botha Aagathey 593
4 Semma Botha Aagathey Gaali Pannura 582


Ramesh(Atharvaa) and Nandu(Karunakaran) are two friends who stay in thick and thin times, when Ramesh’s love goes down the gutter, the friends sit down for a drink. What happens is anybody’s guess, Nandu gives some of Cinema’s stereotyped advice; invite a sex worker to home to get over his old love (Madhu). The scenes leading up to this through the first 20 minutes is a riot; Atharvaa’s uncomfortable body language is fun to watch. Just when you start to wonder what’s about to unveil after that Itemkaran song, chaos breaks as Ramesh is caught in a jinx to leave the sex-worker back in his apartment and help his neighbors. Devadarshini, Manobala and Chetan remind us of how sometimes a neighbor can be torturous requesting help at odd times. We have all been there, experienced that one nosy neighbor who never understands the dire situation at home and keeps talking, talking. Badri has capitalized on this nosy neighbor concept to bring a fun filled experience to the table indeed.

Just as you are left to wonder what happens next, Ramesh returns back from a hospital to see the girl dead and left in cold. From then on, the movie heads in two directions; Ramesh’s desperation to find the killer and the other; Nandu(Karunakaran’s) desperation to hide the dead body from the neighbors. While the Ramesh segment of unearthing the murder mystery is amicable, it becomes very predictable and leaves the director in search of filling the screenplay with some interest before it returns back to the scenes involving dead body. The twists and turns keep coming, but mostly it becomes predictable and the love flashbacks involving Ramesh and Madhu, how the romance broke up over blends into the story on a third angle. These portions look unnecessary and the director could have just left it without getting into the details. As Ramesh tries to unearth the murder he goes on a trial of money that forms the core for this murder, it brings John Vijay, Nithik and several other characters into the story.