Falling in love with heroine at first sight is not new to Tamil Cinema. However usually it is the hero’s friends who help to make it a success story, but in Sivakarthikeyan starrer ‘Remo’, it is the hero who in the disguise of a nurse helps himself.
Ever since the first look of the movie was released it has been creating positive buzz in Kollywood.
SK (Sivakarthikeyan), who aspires to become an actor, attends the audition for a K S Ravikumar film. But the director rejects him as he was not able to emote love.
The hero then falls in love with Kavya (Keerthy Suresh), but later learns that she is engaged to someone else. Does he succeed in his love life and career forms the rest of the story.
Though Sivakarthikeyan carries the entire movie on his shoulders it is P C Sreeram’s cinematogrpahy which gives a different feel to rather usual story.
Yogi Babu’s expressions, Sathish’s one-liners and Naan Kadavul Rajendran’s timing are laugh riots while Saranya Ponvannnan gets to play yet another son friendly mother’s character.
Director Bakkirayaj Kannan who starts the movie with a high node, goes flat with predictable story and a few lags in the screenplay. Songs by Anirudh Ravichander are foot tapping however drag the movie.
One can enjoy ‘Remo’ if they dont look for logic and ignore the cliched scenes.
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