Siddharth and GV Prakash star in a moving tale
Madhan (GV Prakash) is a street racer and Rajasekar (Siddharth) is a traffic cop. The latter had humiliated Madhan and this episode comes to bite them later in their life.
They are about to become brothers-in-law as Madhan’s sister Raji (Lijomol) would get married to Rajasekar. With their past, will Madhan and Rajasekar get along with each other? How do they bury their differences?
GV Prakash has been improving his acting abilities with each film and in Sivappu Manjal Pachai, he has delivered a neat performance.
Siddharth is always a person who would submit himself to the character he plays. Like a traffic cop he is excellent and makes us feel for him and the situation he is put in.
Actress Lijomol looks extremely pretty and gives us a next-door girl vibe. Her performance brings the much-needed lightness to the screen.
Going by the storyline, one is easily reminded of Nerukku Ner and Agni Natchathiram. However, Sasi’s film follows a different approach and gives us a new flavour.
Director Sasi’s have always given importance to human emotions and Sivappu Manjal Pachai is no different. He has trodden a path where he gives more importance to the drama in life.
Cinematography by Prasanna Kumar suits the template of the film and visually depicts the life of the characters that are shown on screen.
San Lokesh’s editing and Prasanna Kumar’s music are the perfect additions to the film that has worked to the film’s favour.
Sasi’s films are usually high on emotions but this film’s emotions are too high that we feel like watching a Tamil serial, that too an emotional portion.
The first half sets up the emotions for an eventful second half. Sadly, the emotions are too high and the sequences are not coherent enough to make us invested in the proceedings.
Sivappu Manjal Pachai is a well-intentioned film that speaks highly about the importance of human relations. Though the film is a little bland, it still manages to entertain the audience.