Accham yenbadhu madamaiyada movie review

Staring : Simbhu Manjima Mohan

Director : Gautham Menon

Music : AR Rahman

Production : Ondraga Entertainment

There is a specific thing that concernedly impressed the urban lads and gals who happened to watch ‘Accham Yenbadhu Madamaiyada’. Much alike his erstwhile movies, he offers breezy moments in romance, where the poignance doesn’t fade. There happens to be a particular scene in the film that made us relevantly go for a strong comparison with Maniratnam’s hormone bounded love story of Live-in relationship O Kadhal Kanmani. Over here you find the protagonist and his sweet girl walking into a motel and book the rooms, whereupon he would ask her girl to see if she wants a separate room reserved and remaining you have sweet dialogues. Although Maniratnam tried to offer something much alike with Dulquer Salmaan and Nithya Menen in OKK, but it had a different dimension of more hormone bounded lines. This is where, Achcham Yenbadhu Madamaiyada blatantly scores brownie points with not just teens, but family audiences too.
Embedded with an onionskin plot, you find a chap embarking on a road journey, he has his younger sister’s friend Leela (Manjima Mohan) joining him too. Embellished with scenic beauty and breezy charms of nature, their lives take a different turn of unexpected turbulences and violence.
There are certain aspects that one has to stick up with. This film actually doesn’t traverse through a single genre, but takes it side towards both Romance and Thriller. First 45 minutes of the film happen to be sweeter with romance and fun with the complete album of songs being screened and guess what? You don’t have any songs in the second hour, where it’s just ARR’s overpowering background score that makes a spell.
STR and Manjima Mohan just sleepwalk with their nuance performances and Baba Sehgal has made a daring score with his negative role. Thanks to Gautham Vasudev Menon for projecting him as a Hindi speaking cop.
When you see so many cinematographers name by the final credits, it’s getting more exciting to see the colourful visuals. Wow! The placement of ‘Thalli Pogathey’ brings out a pack of lump in throats and excitements in theatres.
If you’re bounded to a strong question – The Romance quotient is strongly missing out in the second half and there is only violence, just remember the fact – A BOY BECOMES A MAN WHEN STANDING BY HIS GIRL DURING TOUGH TIMES and that’s a best way to show LOVE right.

Verdict : Hard-hitting emotions, thrill and of course STR quotient