All is far in love…
Simbu comes across Manjima Mohan, friend of his sister, and it’s love. The two decide to go on a road trip together and thus starts a life-changing journey.
However on the way, they face so many things that they did not even bother to imagine. With a beautiful girl, that too his lady love, beside, Simbu decides to take the risk.
In the meantime, the two slowly get to understand each other and the film, which starts on a breezy note, ends up with a high voltage climax.
Romance has always been Gautham Vasudev Menon’s forte, and this time too, the director comes up with heart-warming love sequences.
The fact that the lead pair shares a pleasant chemistry, works wonders for the film. Simbu shows his versatility and experience, and his performance is one of the high points.
Manjima gets a dream debut, while the two major highlights of the film is music by A R Rahman and cinematography of Don MacArthur.
What the films lacks is a gripping screenplay, for, the slow narration might make viewers lose interest in the proceedings at times. But the magic of Gautham, Simbu, Manjima and of course, Rahman, would sure impress the audience.