Moone Moonu Vaarthai is Madhumitha’s third film after Vallamai Tharayo and Kola Kolaya Mundirika. As is the norm, SP Charan introduces newcomers in this one as well. Arjun Chidambaram and Rakki make their debut as actors, and this is music composer Karthikeya Murthy’s first movie album.
The trailer promises two things. One: ‘I love you’ is definitely not those three words (what a relief!) and two: this is not just another copy of a Korean film.
1) MS Bhaskar and Bhagyaraj have at least one scene together.
2) They stop joking about Aarthi’s weight already.
3) Robo Shankar isn’t Naatamai.
4) There aren’t too many “Kadhai Solla Porom” moments.
Vemal is probably going to do a lot of running around in Kaaval. He runs around trees, he runs behind bad guys, runs with Gheetha and he mostly just runs around Chennai. He is the chosen one in the film; he has to stop the bad guys and support the good guys. At least, that’s really what we can surmise from the trailer.
1) The film isn’t too preachy.
2) Vemal is sober in this one.
3) Samuthirakani has an interesting track.
4) Vemal saves the world in less than two hours.
CV Kumar claims that Indru Netru Naalai is one of the most important films in his career. Apparently the whole crew worked hard to get this time travel film going.
1) We get to take a selfie with Gandhiji too.
2) Karunakaran is back with his wise cracks.
3) Arya ditches his Mega Mind inspired outfit.
4) Mia George doesn’t turn into Cinderella at the end of it all.
For his first film – Yagavarayinum Naa Kaakka – Sathya Prabhas Pinishetty plays it safe by roping in his brother to play the lead – and getting his father to produce it. We hear the film is based on a real-life incident which changes Aadhi’s life as he knows it.
1) Nikki Galrani lets go of Aadhi before he does the same to her (more details here).
2) Aadhi puts his hyperactive energy to good use in the stunt sequences.
3) We see more of Richa Pallod.
4) The underworld don Mudaliar doesn’t end up killing Aadhi or his friends.