Mirattal Lacks spice
Madesh's Mirattal is finally out. The movies starring Unnale Unnale Vinay, Sharmila Mandre and Santhanam play prominent roles in it. Santhanam with his comical one-liners steals the show.Madesh has ensured that there is romance, action, comedy, sentiment and abundant action. The mix does work to some extent. Prabhu, Pradeep Rawat plays their part well. Music by Praveen Mani is good while Kannan's camera does capture things bright and colorful. The movie begins briskly and ends well but is devoid of logic.
Babloo (Vinay ) is a happy-go fun-loving youngster. He lives with his father Pandirajan. Vishnu gets a job to work in the accounts department of a local goon Shankar (Prabhu), a local goon. None of the gang members has the brains of Babloo and soon he rises up in the ranks. There is one Chary (Santhanam) who works with him. They kick up all ruckuses.
Deepika (Sharmila), Shankar’s sister, falls in love with Babloo. But there is a baddie who wants to kill her for Shankar had killed his brother. Babloo enters to save her.
Vinay sparkles in the given role. He makes you laugh, Entertain you with his romance and fights. Sharmila plays a typical Tamil heroine. Prabhu and Pradeep rawat are adequate. Ganja Karuppu fails to evoke humour. But walking away with honours is Santhanam. His one-liners are amazing.
Praveen Mani has come up with catchy music and a couple of songs are nice. D Kannan has captured foreign and Indian locales with ease. Mirattal is one more in the list of commercial masala ventures. Sadly more of action less to cherish here.
Mark 2.5 /5