Gemini (Atharvaa) falls for many girls at frequent intervals. Eventually, his wedding gets fixed with Pooja (Aishwarya Rajesh) and he decides to invite all his ex-lovers.
He goes to Madurai to personally hand over invitations to his former flames and takes the help of a petty thief Suruli Rajan (Soori). He invites Lavanya (Regina Cassandra), Priya (Pranitha) and Devi (Aditi).
He reveals his love stories to Suruli Rajan. In the meantime, he also gets shock to come to know about one of his ex-lovers. Why Gemini loved so many girls and did all of them attend his wedding or not form the rest of Gemini Ganesanum Suruli Rajanum.
Directed by Odam Ilavarsau, the film reminds us heavily of Autograph. But it appears to be a spoof of the Cheran starrer hit movie.
Atharva has tried to test his hands in a commercial story and comedy comes well for him. Giving him solid company is Soori. There are many heroines in the movie, with Regina getting more space wihen compared to others.
The star cast is lengthy and the rest of the actors include Naan Kadavul Rajendran, T Siva and Mayilsamy. D Imman has come up with interesting songs, while Sree Saravanan’s cinematography is another advantage.
The story is wafer-thin, but the screenplay makes the movie interesting. Funny one-liners are a plus point. On the other hand, women have been shown as objects of lust. A funny ride, GGSR can be watched if you have time to spend this weekend.
Rating: 2.75 out of 5