Movie Review: Taramani
Producers: Uday Harsha Vaddela, D. Venkatesh
Music Director: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Starring: Vasanth Ravi, Andrea Jeremiah, Anjali
Release Date: 6th September 2019
Andrea Jeremiah and Vasanth Ravi starrer Tamil film, Taramani has been dubbed in Telugu with the same title and it has finally arrived at the theaters today. Let’s see the story of Taramani.
Story: An Anglo-Indian independent woman Athiya (Andrea) working in an IT company and comes in the contact of Prabhu (Vasanth Ravi), who is a care-free unemployed youngster, and is depressed due to love failure. They meet at a bus stop on a rainy day and soon become good friends. The rest of the movie is all about how Athiya and Prabhu fall for each other, their complicated relationship, the separation, and their redemption journey to know the importance of true love.
· Performance of Andrea Jeremiah
· Chemistry between Andrea Jeremiah and Vasanth Ravi
· Lack of commercial parameters
Performance: Andrea Jeremiah steals the show with her performance, the way she elegantly carries herself is a treat to watch. Her character will be remembered for a long time, especially kudos to the actress for being bold on-screen by smoking and drinking. Vasanth Ravi too has given a noteworthy performance. He shines in raw look. The kid who plays Andrea Jeremiah’ son deserves a special mention. Azhagam Perumal is fine. Anjali excels in an extended cameo. Rest of the cast performed accordingly.
Technical: The concept is nice. The movie Taramani deals with fickleness in relationships, extramarital affairs, greed among youngsters, ego trip and a lot of relevant issues. The cinematography by Theni Eswar is decent. The Music by Yuvan Shankar Raja is good and his background score is also fine. Production values are ok.
Analysis: Overall Taramani is bold, daring and a poignant movie.