A worthless piece of trash, Indiralogathil Na Azhagappan is sheer agony to endure.
Since we’ve enjoyed Vadivelu’s comedy for several years, it was with a great deal of excitement and anticipation that we headed to the Newark Screens theater in Newark, NJ on Saturday to watch Indiralogathil Na Azhagappan.
Oh,Â what a horrendous nightmare it turned out to be.
WhileÂ the makers ofÂ Indiralogathil Na Azhagappan tout it as a comedy, the movie is nothing short of a tragedy for viewers who made the mistake of shelling out $10 to watch this trash.
Director Thambi Ramaiah and producer Manickam Narayanan ought to be hounded out of the Tamil movie industry with a broomstick for inflicting garbage like Indiralogathil Na Azhagappan on hapless viewers.Â
This is a movie that should never have seen the light of day.
Unbearably crude, horribly amateurish and silly beyond belief, Indiralogathil Na Azhagappan left us with a stinging migraine at the end.
There is no story worth speaking of in Indiralogathil Na Azhagappan, the sets are more amateurish than a high schoolÂ drama production set and the acting garishly loud.
Vadivelu plays three roles in this movie -Â King of Gods Indira, God of Death Yama and a stage-actor Azhagappan in the village.
AndÂ he is unwatchable, unendurable and unfathomable in all of them.
None of the three roles Vadivelu plays leave a pleasing impression because of the total lack of attention to the story.
A chance encounter with celestial nymph Rambha (Theetha Sharma) leads to Azhagappan (Vadivelu) being transported to heaven every night and returned to Earth in the day.
And the baloney continues ad nauseum, ad infinitum.
What was Vadivelu thinking when he decided to act in this sophomoric movie? Did he not read the script beforehand or were his eyes feasting only on the money before him?
The much ballyhooed item number by Delhi lass Shriya Saran of Sivaji fame is hopelessly crude and utterly charmless. When Azhagappan tells his mother and friends about his nightly experiences in heaven, no one believes him and he is considered to be possessed of the devil. SoÂ Shriya is brought in to rid him of the devil within.
By the time Shriya finished her ugly song/dance item number, we felt like exorcising the devilÂ out ofÂ this bimbo.
With her expressive eyes and seductive figure, Theetha Sharma who plays the celestial dancer Rambha in Indiralogathil Na Azhagappan shows some signs of acting talent but has too small a role in this movie. Let’s hope we see more of Theetha SharmaÂ in future.
As for Sabesh-Murali’s music, these dimwits ought to focus their limited talents on funeral processions in future. Because The Dead Stay Dumb and can’t complain aboutÂ these incompetent mutts.
Is there no relief for Tamil movie fans from this unending nightmare?