- Film : Love Failure
- Producer : Siddarth
- Director : Balaji Mohan
- Star Cast : Siddarth, Amala Paul and others...
- Music Director : Thaman S
Despite his films flop ratio is higher than that of the success, Siddarth is on his way and style of film making. This Actor has come up with his new flick ‘Love Failure’, that he relates to his real life as well. Apart from playing the lead role, Siddarth is also producing this flick. Let us know the review of the film.
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The story opens when Arun (Siddharth), an engineering student, explaining how he broke up with Parvathi (Amala Paul). Arun narrates how his love for Parvathi started and what are the series of incidents that lead to his break up. Later, Arun witnesses similar break ups in his friends life, and in the process, realizes how badly he was missing Parvathi all this time. So what events prompt Arun to change his mind and how he and Parvathi come together eventually forms the plot.
Though the film starts on a different note and appears to be a new yet interesting love story, the narrative style was not so swift at times eventually diluting the true essence of the romantic movie. It was a well written script and the screenplay was up to the mark but the movie lacks the panache of a typical romantic anecdote as the movie opens with the lead protagonist explaining about his lost love. The film looks into mindset of contemporary life and how certain decisions can lead to costly mistakes. And Balaji Mohan has followed the thumb rule for developing the content and didn’t bend for any cinematic or illogical nonsense. Well, it is true that only certain set of audience can relate with this flick and the making of the film.
Siddharth once again excels in the role of lover boy. Looks like doing romcom tales has become a cake walk for him. Amala Paul looks apt for the character and is a perfect for the female lead. She looks impressive with her trustworthy performance. Thaman’s music is only good in parts. A better background score would have surely lifted the film in the latter part. Nirav Shah‘s cinematography work is commendable as he has managed to capture and showcase beautiful moments of an idealistic college life. Editor Suresh could have done better a job in the second half as the audience feel the film is getting drawn-out.
Final Word Love failure is a film that appears to be a different yet bold attempt, but the predictable climax of the film, makes this yet another love story, but definitely not a failure.
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