I never liked VTV Ganesh in ‘Vinnaithaandi Varuvaaya’, and I thought any senior actor could’ve easily pulled off his role. I suppose luck was in his favour back then and the film turned out to be a hit and so did his line ‘Inga Enna Solludhu’, which has now been used as the title of his latest film, which is shoddily written, acted and executed. Even the likes of Simbu and Santhanam couldn’t save it from going down the drain.
VTV Ganesh arrives at the wedding anniversary party of his close friend Rajeevan. There, he receives a call that someone from his family has met with an accident. He immediately leaves home by road in a car chauffeured by Santhanam. En route to Chennai, Ganesh shares his story to Santhanam, in turn, tells the audience. That story is so pathetic and narrated even so pathetically that you curse yourself for paying to watch it.
If you’re walking in hoping to be entertained, then I’m sorry to break your bubble but this is not the film you should be watching. It’s not even a film you should recommend to your worst enemy. There’s not even a single moment worthy of a mention, let alone entertainment. I still can’t fathom the fact that this garbage was backed by Sun Pictures, who were very successful last year with back to back hits.
Ganesh tries to narrate a semi-biographical story with some toilet humour and characters that hardly leave any impact. I don’t think you can make a film with Ganesh, because with his voice, he would most suitable in an advertisement for Vicks.
Films like these that make even Santhanam look weak as an actor. He tries his best to set the ball in motion in the first few minutes of the film, but when Ganesh starts narrating his side of the story, you feel choked for the rest of the running time. Simbu’s cameo hardly makes any difference but it’s definitely because of his presence that his fans at least stay longer in the cinema hall.
After watching the film, if you happen to ask yourself ‘Inga Enna Solludhu’, you are likely to hear ‘Nee Oru Mutalu Ennu Solludhu’ for watching it at the first place.view less