Of late July month has become a lucky month for Tamil cinema. This year in July,
- Arumbu Meesai Kurumbu paarvai,
- Music Director S.S.Kumaran’s Theneer Vidhuthi,
- Dhanush’s Vengai,
- Vikram’s Deiva Thirumagal,
- Ragavendra Lawrence’s Kanjana,
- M.Kalangiyam’s Karungali,
- Gowtham’s Asst, Anjana’s Veppam
were noteoworthy releases. Apart from these films, more than a dozen films got released too. But they could not sustain even for a week in screens.
Dir. Mu.Kalanjiam donned the grease paint and also directed this movie. Been in production for long time. Anjali is the only known face in this movie. The subject related with adultery, drugs, problem with issueless couples. Because of the cheap titillating scenes the film falls down to C grade sex film. Fails to impress the audience.
Gowtham menon’s Asst Anjana’s directorial debut. Come with new premises for a women director. Drugs, slum, betraying etc..,etc... Problem with the screenplay plays the villain for this film. Joshua Sridhar’s soothing songs, sadly, fail to impress visually.
Apart from these films minimum of 3 to 5 Tamil films, English, Telugu, Malayalam, Hindi, Tanglish films have been releasing every week. 3 to 5 films every week is a disastrous for small budget movies. By the time, the public gets the feedback about the movie by word of mouth, the film is not in theatre because of poor collection. These films must be given some breathing time to stay in the market. Unless until these releases are not controlled, small budget movies, future will remain bleak, as it stands now.
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