This Article is From Feb 21, 2012

Review: Muppozhudhum Un Karpanaigal

Review: Muppozhudhum Un Karpanaigal

Highlights

  • Cast: Atharva Murali, Amala Paul, Nasser, Anupama, Jayaprakash and Santhanam
  • Producer-Dierctor: Elred Kumar
  • Composer: G.V. Prakash Kumar
  • Elred Kumar's Muppozhudhum Un Karpanaigal was marketed as a romantic thriller. Unfortunately it has turned out to be neither romantic nor thrilling.
  • The movie opens with an unbelievable action sequence before going into the mode of a sweet love story. Beginning is good but the film looses its grip as it moves ahead. There are some twists and unexpected turns but they are not good enough to engage the viewers.
  • After some ups and downs the film sounds predictable and disappoints.
  • Ram (Atharva) is an IT engineer in Chennai, who spends his weekends with his girlfriend Charu (Amala) in Bangalore. Ram goes into depression when Charu leaves him all alone.
  • After a few months, a new CEO Latha (Amala) joins the company where Ram works. Latha tries to convince Ram that she was the one whom he had met in Bangalore. But Ram refuses to believe her.
  • Later, it is known that Ram suffers from 'motivational delusion'. He lives ina an imaginary world with Charu, whereas Charu does not exist in reality.
  • Lata, who is about to get married soon in USA, wants to help Ram. She starts enquiring about his background. She finds out that he had disturbed past after his mother's death. Charu comes into his life as a fresh air and he falls in love with her. Her sudden departure makes a deep impact on him.
  • Muppozhudhum Un Karpanaigal, produced and directed by Elrid Kumar, has been shot in exotic locales abroad. But the director seems to have lost his grip on the script, which lacks logic.
  • The events move ahead in a hurried manner towards the climax. The suspense is missing. The physiological angle has been handled indifferently.
  • The lead actors have given their best. Atharva Murali has shown a great improvement in his second film. He scores well in romantic and serious sequences.
  • Amala gets a meaty character and does justice to it. She looks fine and emotes well too.
  • Jayaprakash and Nasser do their jobs well. Santhanam fails to impress. Anupama in a small role is quite effective.
  • Cinematography by Sakthi is good. G.V.Prakash has given some peppy music besides effective background score. Overall, Muppozhudhum Un Karpanaigal is rich in looks, but poor in content.
New Delhi: Cast: Atharva Murali, Amala Paul, Nasser, Anupama, Jayaprakash and Santhanam
Producer-Dierctor: Elred Kumar
Composer: G.V. Prakash Kumar

Elred Kumar's Muppozhudhum Un Karpanaigal was marketed as a romantic thriller. Unfortunately it has turned out to be neither romantic nor thrilling.

The movie opens with an unbelievable action sequence before going into the mode of a sweet love story. Beginning is good but the film looses its grip as it moves ahead. There are some twists and unexpected turns but they are not good enough to engage the viewers.

After some ups and downs the film sounds predictable and disappoints.

Ram (Atharva) is an IT engineer in Chennai, who spends his weekends with his girlfriend Charu (Amala) in Bangalore. Ram goes into depression when Charu leaves him all alone.

After a few months, a new CEO Latha (Amala) joins the company where Ram works. Latha tries to convince Ram that she was the one whom he had met in Bangalore. But Ram refuses to believe her.

Later, it is known that Ram suffers from 'motivational delusion'. He lives ina an imaginary world with Charu, whereas Charu does not exist in reality.

Lata, who is about to get married soon in USA, wants to help Ram. She starts enquiring about his background. She finds out that he had disturbed past after his mother's death. Charu comes into his life as a fresh air and he falls in love with her. Her sudden departure makes a deep impact on him.

Muppozhudhum Un Karpanaigal, produced and directed by Elrid Kumar, has been shot in exotic locales abroad. But the director seems to have lost his grip on the script, which lacks logic.

The events move ahead in a hurried manner towards the climax. The suspense is missing. The physiological angle has been handled indifferently.

The lead actors have given their best. Atharva Murali has shown a great improvement in his second film. He scores well in romantic and serious sequences.

Amala gets a meaty character and does justice to it. She looks fine and emotes well too.

Jayaprakash and Nasser do their jobs well. Santhanam fails to impress. Anupama in a small role is quite effective.

Cinematography by Sakthi is good. G.V.Prakash has given some peppy music besides effective background score.Overall, Muppozhudhum Un Karpanaigal is rich in looks, but poor in content.