Hello Naan Pei Pesuren Tamil Movie Review by Chennaivision
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A small time conman (Vaibhav) falls in love with a beautiful girl (Aishwarya Rajesh), sister of a man (VTV Ganesh) who runs a dance school (not the traditional one, but the one which teaches ‘kuthu dance’).
One day, the hero interacts with a ghost-spirit when he accidentally finds a ‘horror-filled’ mobile phone. This brings a sea of change in his life and things are no more the same.
The rest is all about how he and his friends get rid of the unwanted guest, which has been narrated with loads of comedy and less scary scenes.
Living faithfully to the current trend of eerie-comedies, director Bhaskar has made ‘Hello Naan Pei Pesuren’ as an entertaining and engaging product in most parts.
In many a scene, Bhaskar proves that he is a student of Sundar C. Vaibhav has explored his ability in a new genre, while VTV Ganesh, Karunakaran and Singam Puli add strength to the star cast. And there are Oviya and Aishwarya Rajesh also, who too are good.
Technically, the film does not boast of over the top contributions, but at the same time, they are not below par too. The horror-comedy genre has been explored to an extent and Hello Naan Pei Pesuren might neither impress you much nor disappoint you.
Verdict: Above Average
Director: S. Baskar
Music: Siddharth Vipin
Cast: Vaibhav, Aishwarya Rajesh, Oviya, VTV Ganesh, Karunakaran, Singapore Deepan, Singampuli, Jangiri Madhumitha
Pro: Riaz K Ahmed