Writer: A. L. Vijay, Kona Venkat, Chintan Gandhi
Screenplay: A. L. Vijay
Story: A. L. Vijay, Paul Aaron
Music: Sajid-Wajid, Vishal Mishra, Raaj Aashoo, Dr. Bal Siddhu, Gurinder Seagal, Gopi Sundar
Cinematography: Manush Nandan
Producer: K. Ganesh, Prabhu Deva, M. V. V. Sathyanarayana, Sonu Sood
Director: A. L. Vijay
Story: A man who wants today’s lady for a spouse reluctantly marries a town lady. What happens when the woman is owned and operated by the phantom of an ambitious actress?
Review: Given that we have been seeing a spate of scary comedies for the previous svereal decades, it is a enjoyable shock that Devi(L) seems exclusive. As he did with Saivam, Vijay gives us a tale that is straightforward and easy at one time understanding. Actually, on top stage, its main conceit stocks a likeness with the latest Naayagi —a lady who had ambitions of becoming an celebrity creating her goals become a reality as a phantom. But the video also reveals the later for the boring farce it was.
Here, Krishna (Prabhdheva), who resides in Mumbai and goals of getting married to a town lady, is pressured by his members of the family into a relationship with Devi (Tamannaah), a lady in his town. He delivers her to Mumbai and goes into a new home, which is actually haunted by Dark red, the phantom of a small-time design who considered an celebrity. When Dark red requires over Devi to accomplish her desire, Krishna, goes into a agreement with the phantom to secure his spouse.
For a movie that has a phantom, Devi(L) is very without frightens. Instead, Vijay performs up the weirdness in a man discovering that his spouse has basically converted into a phantom. And he gives us one wonderfully noticed field loaded with visible pyrotechnics that reveals how Krishna has no evade from his scenario. He also prevents providing us a flashback for the phantom and instead is able to successfully persuade us of Ruby’s desire through a few collections of conversation alone. And despite managing pie romantic endeavors, he doesn’t create the third individual — the video celebrity Raj Khanna (Sonu Sood), who produces a smooth area for his heroine — a snazzy jerk.
But given that the video has been created a trilingual, the milieu doesn’t always experience right and places us off in certain moments. And Vijay gives us just a little too much of the Raj Khanna moments (perhaps because Sonu Sood is one of the film’s producers).
But if Devi(L) performs as well as it does, credit score should go to its two cause stars offer successful activities that we cannot help be thrilled. Though it is originally very hard to buy into Tamannaah’s simply Her act, the celebrity is able to create us deal with Devi, and comes into her own as the contemporary Dark red. Prabhudheva’s launching is a masterstroke. He has always prospered as an acting professional while enjoying figures captured in a Catch-22 scenario (think Kadhala Kadhala or Naam Iruvar Nammaku Iruvar), and here, his mimic-like expression and nimbleness improve the comedian factor in the moments. RJ Balaji, as his partner, is similarly excellent, and their moments together are so crazy that we wish Vijay had given them a few more moments compromising one or two of the boring music, which keep out like a painful thumbs.
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