7 October 2016 | shashiimunusamy
Devi(L) - Winner!
After 12 years, Prabhu Deva made a comeback as an actor in Tamil industry, under the direction of AL Vijay who gave extraordinary movies recently.
With horror-comedy and horror-thriller becoming very common, director opted for all-in-all comedy genre with the element of ghost. Tough returning after a dozen of years, the body language, dance treat, spontaneous gestures and natural comedy of Prabhu Deva remains. The movie couldn't be funnier without him. On the other hand, Tamannah proved herself as a great performer with a dual dimension character. She also deserves credit for being equally competent with the dance steps of Prabhu Deva. RJ Balaji as usual pulled few fast ones in his own mannerism, with limited screen space.
Being a trilingual movie, the casting comprises of all industries. Cameo of Naser, Sathish and cameo song by Amy Jackson is just to add the star value. Music by Sajid Wajid and Vishal Mishra is enjoyable with Chaa Maar being outstanding, yet with more Bollywood touch.
AL Vijay who proved himself in his recent movies, once again excelled in direction and screenplay. Hollywood fame Paul Aaron's assistance in the script is an added advantage. With a laughing riot all the way, exciting climax and a touching ending completes the movie.
Final Verdict : Return of Prabhu Deva with good performance of Tamannah. A good laughing therapy and a dance feast for all types of audiences.