Darling Movie Review – A Laughter Fest in a Horror Premises
Telugu remakes are quite common in Tamil cinema and the newly released romance horror Darling comes from Allu Arvind and is the debut movie of music director GV Prakash. The film has been sprinkled with a lot of comical scenes that keeps the audience smiling all the way through it but there's more to it than you think.
|Release date: January 15, 2015||Genre: Horror Comedy|
|Cast: G. V. Prakash Kumar, Nikki Galrani||Director: Sam Anton|
|Music Director: G. V. Prakash Kumar||Cinematography: Krishnan Vasant|
|Editer: Ruben||Producer: Geetha Arts, Studio Green|
|Distribution Dream Factory||Running Time: 126 min|
- Rib tickling comedy by Bala Saravanan and Karunaas
- Excellent cinematography
- Rajendran's cameo scenes
- Editing and presentation
- Unique narrative style and focus
- Marketing it as a horror film was a bad choice
When three young people gets stuck in a house haunted by a ghost, all hell breaks loose and they are left in a frenzy to know why it continues to terrorize them every night.The Cast
For a first timer, GV Prakash has done a really good job in the movie. While his emotions are not perfect, he aptly fits the role of a confused lover and does his best to take the story forward. It is Karunaas and his friend Bala Saravanan who steals the show throughout the movie besides all other supporting cast. The film takes comedy seriously and delivers a lot of punch lines that fills the theater with an uproar.The Team
Director Sam Anton has picked up a Telugu script for his first time venture and he has done justice to the movie. While he has made some nice changes to the original script, going with comedy as a whole and light on horror is another good move that makes the movie enjoyable. Cinematography, editing and music are all on the good side that increases production values for 'Darling'.
Bottom line – Filled with amazing comedy, it would easily make you laugh your heart out!
Certified Fresh – Yes!