Dhanush has proved his skill as a director with his debut Pa Paandi
Pa Paandi directed by Dhanush is full on family entertainer that revolves around the journey of a senior citizen Paandi. Coming from film background it is no wonder that the actor-Lyricsist-producer is debuting as a director but the expectations would be high for the fans. Has Dhanush able to prove his mantle as a director? Has this film stood upto the expectations of the audience? To know all this read our review below.
|Release date: 07 Apr 2017||Genre: Comedy, Drama|
|Cast: Raj Kiran, Dhanush, Prasanna, Madonna Sebastian, Revathi, Chaya Singh, Vidyullekha Raman, Dhivyadharshini, Gautham Menon, Baba Bhaskar, Balaji Mohan, Robo Shankar, Sendrayan and many others||Written & Director by Dhanush|
|Music by Sean Roldan||Cinematography Velraj|
|Edited by Prasanna GK||Production company Wunderbar Films|
|Distributed by K Productions||Runtime: 125 Minutes|
|Language Tamil||CBFC Rating 'U'|
- Raj Kiran gives an outstanding performance.
- Raj Kiran's dialogue delivery and body language needs a special mention.
- Prasanna plays his role neat.
- Sean Roldon's music goes in par with the film, it gives the much needed feel for the film.
- Top class cinematography by Velraj.
- Dialogues are well written.
- Slow paced.
Talking about the performance of the actors each and everyone in this touching tale has given their best. Raj Kiran with no doubt has given an outstanding performance and no one could have done it better than him. His body language, dialogue delivery needs a special mention as even if it slightly overdone could have spoiled the emotion of the scenes. It is so graceful to see Raj Kiran wearing blazers and driving a Bullet. Prasanna has given a neat performance as a son especially in the climax his emotions have been delivered well. Revathi plays a subtle role and it is very good to see her on screens after a long gap. Chaya Singh as Prasanna's wife plays her role well. In the flashback portion Madonna Sebastian and Dhanush have played their role well.The Team
This movie is technically good.. With Velraj handling the lenses there is no doubt that this is a technical extravaganza. Soulful music by Sean Roldon. Screenplay is good and dialogues are well written. Editing is neat and crisp.
Bottom line - A well etched script and it is a must watch for the family audience this season.
Certified Fresh - YES!
Stars - 3.5/5