60 vayadu maaniram movie review

60 vayadu maaniram movie review

Cast-;

Vikram Prabhu, Prakashraaj, Indhuja, Samuthirakani, Kumaravel,  Sharath, Mathumitha, Mohanram, Arul Jothi ,Bharath Reddy   & others

Crew-;

Music: Ilaiyaraaja ,,Cinematography: MS Vivekanandan,,Editing: TS Jai,,Art Direction: K Kathir,,Stunts: Mahesh Master,,Written & Directed by: Radha Mohan,,Produced by: Kalaipuli S Thanu for V Creations,, etc

Story-; 

An ambitious son sets out to find his missing father, who suffers from memory loss, with the help of two peo ple  Radha  Mohan’s films are known for its natural portrayal of emotions and bonding between relationships. His latest, 60 Vayadhu Maaniram, a remake of Kannada film Godhi Banna Sadharana Mykattu, is no different. Its story revolves around Govindharaj (Prakash Raj), a retired college professor who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. As his wife passed away due to cancer a few years ago, his ambitious son Siva (Vikram Prabhu) has admitted him in a home where Alzheimer patients are treated.

Siva, who comes to meet his father from Mumbai, takes the latter out for sometime. After they spent time together, he finds him missing. With the help of Archana (Indhuja), a doctor of the care home and Bhanu (Mohan Ram), Gov ind’s friend, he sets out to find his father.Meanwhile, Ranga (Samuthirakani), a goon, tries to kidnap a builder based on his boss’s order. The plot becomes interesting when Govind gets into Ranga’s vehicle which has the kidn apped person. The circumstances bring Ranga, his assistant and Govind to a family man’s home where things get intriguing.

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Movie Review-;

60 Vayadu Maaniram is a Tamil movie directed by Radha Mohan. Produced by Kalaipuli S Thanu, 60 Vayadu Maanir am is said to be a remake of Kannada film “Godhi Banna Sadharana Mykattu.” 60 Vayadu Maaniram features Vikra m  Prabhu in the lead role along with Prakash Raj and Samuthirakani. The movie also features Indhuja, Kumaravel, Sharath, Mathumitha, Mohanram, Arul Jothi and Bharath Reddy in supporting roles. Isai gnani Ilaiyaraaja has comp osed the music for this movie and M. S. Vivekanand has handled the cinematography work. T. S. Jai is the editor and Viji has penned the dialogues for this movie.

Radha Mohan’s films are known for its natural portrayal of emotions and bonding between relationships. His latest, 60 Vayadhu Maaniram, a remake of Kannada film Godhi Banna Sadharana Mykattu, is no different. Its story revo lves around Govindharaj (Prakash Raj), a retired college professor who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. As his wif e passed away due to cancer a few years ago, his ambitious son Siva (Vikram Prabhu) has admitted him in a hom e where Alzheimer patients are treated. Siva, who comes to meet his father from Mu mbai, takes the latter out for sometime. After they spent time together, he finds him missing. With the help of Archana (Indhuja), a doctor of the care home and Bhanu (Mohan Ram), Govind’s friend, he sets out to find his father.

Meanwhile, Ranga (Samuthirakani), a goon, tries to kidnap a builder based onw his boss’s order. The plot beco mes interesting when Govind gets into Ranga’s vehicle which has the kidnapped person. The circumstances bring Ran ga, his assistant and Govind to a family man’s home where things get intriguing. The film is more or less treated in the same way its original version has been shot. Among all, Prakash Raj as the simple old man who suffers from the disease stands out. The actor pulls off his role effortlessly. Vikram Prabhu, as the self-centered son who regrets his mistakes, does a decent job. Indhuja seems to be comfortable in the role offered to her and does her part well.

Elango Kumaravel, a regular in Radha’s films, leaves a mark this time, too, thanks to his witty one-liners. Madh umita, who played his wife, does justice to her character. As the ruthless goon, Samuthirakani scores again and comes up with a convincing performance. On the downside, some of the scenes appear staged. While a few seq uences bring out the emotions well, there are moments where one feels that it is forced. However, the movie appeals to those who haven’t watched the original version or love watching stories on beautiful bondings.

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Written By- T.H.PRASAD -B4U-Ratting-3/5