The trailer and teaser gave the audience what could be expected from the film. Has it lived up to the expectations?
Jiiva and Kajal Agarwal enter wedlock. But their life is one hell. Hence, they decide to part ways. And when Kajal gets ready to marry Bobby Simha, Jiiva has some conditions.
Jiiva wants Kajal to live as her ‘wife’ for one week. She should cook, maintain house and take care of him etc. What happens next is the crux.
Though the movie seems to be funny it brings out the different feeling of every character which can’t be easily related to the audience.
The film is aimed at young audience and Jiiva fits in the character without any compromise. He has given the best of what is needed for a romantic comedy flick and is the life line of the movie.
Kajal Agarwal is gorgeous as ever and the chemistry between Jiiva and her is fresh. It has come out well on the screen.
But the best pairing is Jiiva and RJ Balaji, and the one liners for which director Deekay is famous for.
The director has used a simplistic approach and the language and humour in the movie justify why it got U/A certificate.
With a huge star cast, the director seemed to have struggled in handling them well. Even Bobby Simhaa was not used to his full potential.
Though the story line is not new, the way the director has presented it is fresh and youthful.
Visuals from cinematographer Abinandhan Ramanujam are a treat whil Leon James’ songs are soulful.
The movie opens slowly and ends in a hurry. Moreover, it is predictable right from the first half.
The director has delivered what the youngsters would have expected seeing the teaser and trailer. But things could have been more interesting.
Fun and familiar moments