Tuesday, November 6, 2018

BILLA PANDI MOVIE REVIEW


Rating:2.5/5




Billa Pandi film Synopsis: A die-hard Ajith fan, Billa Pandi works as a construction contractor and dedicates the rest of his time to helping others in his neighbourhood. he is in love with his aunt’s daughter, Valli, but life drastically changes for him when Jayalakshmi, whose family’s house he’d recently made, falls in love with him.

Billa Pandi movie Review: when director rule Sethupathi introduces USA to Billa Pandi (RK Suresh) as a hard-core Ajith fan who lives by the principle his Thala follows, it isn’t just to give the hero an identity. For, Ajith is part and parcel of this film, and travels in spirit till the climax – as cut-outs, a locket that Billa Pandi wears, as cellphone ringtones and even in the kind of a theevira Ajith rasigan who helps Pandi at a vital time in his life. No surprise he has dedicated this film to the fans of ultimate Star!

The film traces the life of construction contractor Pandi, for whom life revolves around his grandmother and the Ajith rasigar mandram, through which he tries to help the poor. when his grandmom passes away, his relatives recommendation him to move on by marrying his aunt’s daughter, Valli (Chandini Tamilarasan). But then, there’s a twist in the tale when Jayalakshmi (Indhuja) enters his life, and becomes a part of it in the most complex method.

After being a part of the business as a producer, distributor associated an actor, this can be a powerful debut for Suresh as the hero. He looks comfortable playing the role of an Ajith fan and is kind of convincing in action and emotional sequences. Indhuja shines within the role of a woman who has lost her everything, including her memory, and Chandini impresses despite the limited screen time.

The film has a strong supporting cast (Thmbi Ramiah, Marimuthu, Amudhavaanan, Sangili Murugan, among others) and crew (the special effects by Jeevan and a number of tunes by Ilayavan are mention-worthy), but it falters when it comes to screenplay. raj takes a long time to establish the plot, and several scenes, including crass, usually sexism-loaded comedy sequences, test our patience. If only the makers had targeting getting to the context of the story soon enough and not ODed on Ajith, this could have created for an entertaining watch.

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