Yennai Arindhaal Teaser Review

Yennai Arindhaal Teaser Review

Features 4-Dec-2014 11:45 AM IST RM Comments

Montages, multi-dimensional visual tones, voiceover of Ajith Kumar – Simple and classy attempt by Gautham Vasudev Menon could be the justifying statement. Well, you might miss the punch of ‘I am back’ (Billa), Naanum Yevvalavu Naalthaan Nallavanaave Nadikiradhu (Mankatha), Yenakku Yethiriya Irukkuradhukku Thagudhi Venum (Billa II) and so on. Although, these lines were quite relevant to the characters Ajith Kumar had played, it had a sense of massive punch.

However , this time he settles down with a normal style of lines, but again they tend to be powerful and something everyone can relate to. A thin line differentiates me from a good and bad man. One day changed me completely and it remains incomplete raising our inquisitiveness to know what it is all about. Trisha and Anushka Shetty are seen in single shots and there is no presence of either Arun Vijay or Vivekh who are playing crucial roles in this film.

The background score by Harris Jayaraj seems to be little fresh when compared to his previous signature theme. But if you’re exactly looking up for the comparisons among the teasers of previous films from Ajith Kumar that didn’t last for more than 50 seconds approximately, Yennai Arindhaal is comparatively different and it could have been better. Technically, Gautham Menon has followed by the Hollywood style of Fade in and Fade out transition that blends perfectly with a voiceover.

But overall, it is Ajith Kumar’s signature of voice and looks that creates the best appeal. But Gautham Menon’s touch is still missing that was so much present in Kaakha Kaakha and Vaaranam Aayiram. Perhaps, we can wait for the full length theatrical trailer that might bring some surprises. As all the filmmakers attempt, Gautham has made use of Ajith Kumar’s prototyped profile looks, walking style and bumping off baddies at final shot.

Verdict: Watch it for Ajith’s signature

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