Reviewer's Summary - Awful|
Actors: S.J.Suryah, Nayantara, Vivek, Sarath Babu
Story, Screenplay & Dialogs: Thamilvaanan
Music: Illaiyaraja, Yuvan Shankar Raja
Kalvanin Kaadhali is such an affront to all notions of art that watching it was sheer misery.
Bereft of any sane elements, Kalvanin Kaadhali begs the question as to why this movie was ever made.
In one of the first mistakes, S.J.Suryah is miscast as a young Lothario. S.J.Suryah's personality hardly seems suited for the role of Satya, the young Romeo with an obsession for seducing girls and then moving on to newer pastures.
Then there's the far-fetched story, which rings completely silly.
In the course of his philandering, Satya notches up many successes. But then he comes across a nice girl Harita (Nayantara). To accomplish his goal of seducing Harita, Satya feigns that he's in love with her. Harita, on the other hand, genuinely falls for Satya unaware of his amorous machinations.
They part ways after Harita learns of his true colors.
The rest of the movie is a sophomoric account of how Satya changes his behavior and the coming together of the young pair a few years hence.
The only appealing feature of Kalvanin Kaadhali is Nayantara, who has rendered a fine performance within the confines of an assinine script.
Kalvanin Kaadhali's music is of a piece with the other elements of this movie - unappealing. - Copyright SearchIndia.com.