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Yaman Movie Review – Vijay Antony , Miya George

Yaman Movie Review – Vijay Antony , Miya George

Cast and Crew:

Cast: Vijay Antony, Miya George, Thiagarajan

Director: Jeeva Shankar

Production: A. Subaskaran, Fathima Vijay Antony

Music: Vijay Antony

Banner: Lyca Productions and Vijay Antony Film Corporation

Yaman Movie Review

Yaman, a latest Tamil-Telugu bilingual and a political thriller movie. It’s completely a story of an ordinary man who is trying hard to attain the power in politics.

Yaman

Plot:

Tamilarasan(Vijay Antony)is a confident young man who wishes to enter into the politics to save himself from the enemies. He needs money to save his grandfather(Sangili Murugan) who was affected by cancer. For hospital needs, Tamilarasan accepts to go jail to take the blame of drunk and drive accident. And there he gets his first connection with the political network. The entire plot is about how Tamilarasan masters the game of politics and tackle everything from opponent moves and continue with lots of twists and turns.

Technicalities:

Jeeva Shankar has written and directed this movie, the dialogues that he has written reached its outcome as per his expectation, and they act as the backbone of the film. A very slow screenplay but it works well because of the cunning betrayal of the flick.

The entire camera work is brilliant and hides the full production values, and also the editing work of Veera Senthil Raj is neat and should have concentrated in the first twenty minutes of the flick to make it peppier. The artwork is brilliant.

Music director Vijay Antony himself have used the tune of ‘Mascara Pottu Mayakuriye’ from ‘Salim’ for good effect, and as well all the songs are slightly disappointing, expect the song ‘Yem mela Kaiya Vacha Gaali’ as it has impressed the theater audience.

Yaman

Performances:

As usual, Vijay Antony had proved that he would not let the expectations of his fans down. He repeatedly surprising everyone with his choice of scripts that is even though he have limited acting skills, he is good in selecting the perfect roles that suit to his talent. Miya George has given her best, yet he has nothing more to do with this movie. Actor Prashanth’s father Thiagarajan have made his presence felt and plays a pivotal role in this film. Other supporting roles have done their job up to the mark.

Overall, Vijay Antony had again fulfilled everyone’s expectation by his choice.

 OUR PUNCH

3.5--Rating3.5/5.0

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