Anegan Tamil romantic movie is an Indian Movie released in 2015. Director: K V Anand and producer: Kalpathi S Agoram. Primary roles: Dhanush, Amyra Dastur, Karthik Muthuraman, Atul Kulkarni, Aashish Vidyarthi. It is categorized under Tamil romantic thriller movie. The movie is from Tamil Nadu, a state of India. The movie has action with combination of love. “Danga Maari Oodhari” is a nice song in this movie.
Anegan, in general, is an intricate story told straightforwardly.
Who could have accepted that three normal adoration stories would accept greater extents and turn into a ton more novel by the basic method of associating all of them with an idea — for this situation, past life relapse and resurrection? The answer: K. V. Anand. An idea, much the same as the one utilized in Dead Again (1991), is utilized here, and Anegan both confounds and rearranges it. It includes battle groupings, it includes melody and-move schedules, it includes punchlines (“Azhagaana ponnungala paathale issue dhaan; aanaa unna pakkalaam”), it includes a couple turns, and afterward, it includes more battle successions.
It disentangles the idea by not by any means looking after an excessive amount of profundity. Say, if a lady could some way or another see and recall subtle elements of her past lives (expecting there were past lives, obviously), how muddled would her presence be? In the event that our psyches now and again seen unequipped for taking care of the weight of this current life’s presence, simply pause a minute to envision how unendurably oppressive it would be to recall moment subtle elements of a few different lives you have lived. Additionally, has she been coincidentally loaded with this super-memory just in this conception? Anegan doesn’t trouble itself with such profound investigation and is cheerful to continue moving at a lively pace — like, say, Ko, another K. V. Anand film whose subject, once more, could have made for a more genuine film. In this way, even while you’re awed with the oddity of the film’s thought, you are disheartened when you understand you won’t get the unpredictability the thought merits. Anegan, in that sense, is an inquisitive film, in light of the fact that in the event that it had been taken care of with all the more narrating earnestness, if the producers had taken their psyches off the movies, they could truly have had a jewel here — a diamond that incidentally, obviously, may not profit that the film, in its available structure, will most certainly wind up making. An extraordinary film, truth be told, doesn’t generally profit. Solicit the producers from Anbe Sivam.
Dhanush is obviously in his brilliance days. It appears he can do anything and be praised for it — even hold a lady (Amyra Dastur) up, from on a titan wheel, with a solitary hand… with his single hand. He arrives in a sum of four looks, and aces every one of them. The main look you’re not by any stretch of the imagination beyond any doubt about is the one as a warrior-lord in the tune ‘Roja Kadale’. In any case, that is only for five minutes. Anegan likewise has a plum part for Amyra, complete with different get-ups. She looks each bit her part; there’s just the minor feedback that appears to apply to each non-Tamil talking champion nowadays: lip-matching up. Over to the fundamental amazement: veteran on-screen character Karthik, who returns with all the appeal that you were once used to connecting with him. Indeed, even Dhanush can’t avoid imitating Karthik’s dialog conveyance in one scene that wonderfully plays to the exhibition.
Anegan has its share of issues as well. In one scene, you’re demonstrated how an occasion rehashes itself, and how idyllic its reiteration is. To run home this point, you’re demonstrated a brief look of the first occasion when it happened. Goodness, stop! We get it! No compelling reason to moronic it down. In another scene of Anegan, there’s an unnecessary joke on a gay person who has no individual limits. It would seem that that is turning into a pattern. The entire affection edge, set in the present, between Ashwin (Dhanush) and Madhu (Amyra) is additionally tricky at its center. You’re furnished with a considerable amount of confirmation to accept that Madhu is somewhat off, a touch wacky. Case in point, she dons a charming thinking back grin after simply returning to a terrible homicide. She drives her auto with no notice to people in general, missing a few regular folks by the strand of a hair. She even pelts the man she cherishes with substantial stones. Ouch! Also, similar to us, Ashwin isn’t completely certain of her rational soundness. Yet, this doesn’t prevent him from pronouncing his adoration to her. To quote a urban word reference phrase, “Man, that is simply off-base!”
The dialogs in Anegan appear to be by and large well thoroughly considered out. At the point when Dhanush gets captured at his sweetheart’s home, he makes a wry remark about the incongruity of him telling his mother that he was leaving to his ‘maamiyaar veedu.’ There’s additionally an adorable reference to “Mersalayitten” that leaves the gathering of people cheering. With respect to cheering, take your ear protectors to the theater, for, you will have a hard time believing the blast of commotion when ‘Danga Maari’, the superhit melody of the film, starts playing. Individuals mistake the theater for a discotheque (in any event did, when I watched it in Devi). Additionally praiseworthy is the detachment with which Karthik conveys English lines all through the film. It doesn’t appear to make a difference that a segment of the crowd may not get every one of his lines. The allurement to go the Major Sundararajan way (rehashing English lines in Tamil) is stunningly opposed, even as he mouths line after line, dunked in American articulation.
Anegan, overall, is an unpredictable story told shortsightedly. Had the multifaceted nature been held, and had the masala spoon been of a lesser size, it would have made for an extraordinary film. For the present however, it will need to fulfill itself with being a outstanding movie.