OK, we’ve met all four of them now.
Yes, the fake currency printer, business tycoon, cook and firefighter.
Just got past the Rum Bum Bum rock-n-roll song.
No limit to the incongruities (whatever does this word mean) in Tamil movies.
Funny to see the rock-n-roll dance on a busy commercial street in Tamil Nadu.
By the way, the song reminded us of that old Elvis classic Jailhouse Rock.
Mama Mia, that girl Khushboo was P L U M P, even those days.
Must have been all that beef Indian Muslims eat (Khushboo was a Muslim then, right?).
Wonder why years of beef never added to our weight!
Can’t help but wonder if the song Rum Bum Bum was a homage to Khushboo’s huge bums.
Positively monstrous, we tell ya. You can screen a 70-mm movie on Khushboo’s bums with space left over on both sides for ads.
No kidding, folks.
Just look at that derriere one more time.
Like all her peers, Khushboo too is a horrible dancer. A graceless elephant tromping up and down.
Right now, we’re in the kitchen at a wedding function watching the Iyer Kamal Kameswaran and Tripurasundari (Urvashi) make eyes at each other.
Mallu kutty Tripurasundari oops Urvashi is a sizzler, guys. Real hot. 😉
Eureka, we just realized Urvashi is divorced/separated.
So far, the movie is alright. Nothing extraordinary though.
We’ll update this post after finishing the movie.
Overall, we’d say that Michael Madana Kama Rajan is mildly amusing, in a few bits here and there.
Otherwise, this is the same old Kollywood trash machine at work.
Even for a comedy where logic takes a backseat, the Michael Madana Kama Rajan story is asinine to the n+1th degree – the story of four brothers separated at birth and growing up with different families and in different economic circumstances.
As almost everyone knows by now, all four brothers are played by Kamal Haasan.
The last hour of the movie was balderbash, intolerably bad.
Kamal Haasan – Mediocre
Of the four roles, Kamal Haasan is very mediocre in three – the foreign-returned Madan, counterfeiting thug Michael and firefighter Raju.
And to think that this guy is hailed as the greatest actor in Tamil Nadu. Shows how low the film industry has fallen.
Kamal comes to life only in the character of the Palghat cook Kameswaran.
The notion of acting is a completely alien idea for Khushboo. Not that it bothers Tamils, who have built a temple for her.
Urvashi shows some signs of acting talent. Unfortunately, she has too small a role to showcase her abilities.
Rum Bum Bum, Sundhari Neeyum Sundhara and Suba Rathiri were decent songs but the picturization of the first and the third were below par.
Overall, we’d say that given all the praise heaped on this movie, we were let down by Michael Madana Kama Rajan.
It’s nowhere in the league of Kamal Haasan movies like Salangai Oli or Anbe Sivam.