Andrea works as a HR head in a tech company and she does not follow the regular rules that are drafted in the society for the women.
She accepts life as it is which is a result of the bad experiences that she had in her life.
On the other side, there is Vasanth Ravi who is a care-free unemployed youngster with a love failure past.
These two meet in an unexpected situation and Vasanth falls for her, only to be rejected by Andrea stating that she needs only a companion and not a partner.
This is by far the best movie for Andrea and she has nailed it with perfection. She has delivered what the character required of her and strikes the right chord with the audience.
Similarly, Vasanth has also got a tailor made debut and has made the character his own with his expressions and dialogue delivery.
Just like his other outings of director Ram, there is an strong emotional content in the movie which is said in a raw manner.
The director has also touched upon various trending issues such as demonetisation, globalisation, the necessity to save environment and being kind to all living things.
The other characters in the movie such as Anjali and Azhagam Perumal make a mark for themselves.
Yuvan Shankar Raja’s music takes the audience in to the screen and gives the feel of living in the story. The song placement is also apt.
The biggest drawback of the movie is the long running time and it gets preachy at times which a few sections of the audience may not relate to.
To put it in a nutshell, Taramani is a movie with a strong message, cast and motive.
Rating: 3/5 – Made with a motive