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Spoiler Alert: THIS FILM HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH CHENNAI!
We get it, making a movie is difficult. But, that doesn’t make it a hot topic to make movies on. How about making movies about the audience who has to go through crappy shit like this? Yes, crappy shit – shit to the power of two. The film has Chennai in its name, simply because the characters spend 80% of screen time roaming the streets. Watching Two Girls One Cup is a better use of time.
The storyline is like Game of Thrones, except nobody dies. Every fifteen minutes, the movie restarts. The role given to Bobby Simha in this film is an insult compared to the respect he garnered in Jigarthanda. The film’s premise is all about those good-for-nothing loser type youths who keep getting kicked out of their mansion rooms because of one reason or the other. It ends up being a documentary on Chennai’s real estate scene more than anything. Coupled with unoriginal acting, the film’s music is the laziest job ever. 60% of the movie is supported by Sivaji Ganesan songs from the 60’s to the 80’s.
This more than 150 minute long ordeal puts the audience in a situation where they must decide between ripping their hair out and ripping the screen in half.