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Dharani Movie review
Aari and Sandra Amy play the lead in Dharani, under Durai Sambandham's direction. Having been long in the making, the movie has finally seen the light of day today.
Aari, Kumaravel and Ajay Krishna are three young men who have a lot of dreams and want to make it big in life, in their respective fields. The three are very close friends and share a lot of lofty ambitions. Aari wants to become a big businessman, Kumaravel - coming from a theatre background wants to become a big actor and Ajay Krishna is a degree holder who wants to reach the pinnacle in marketing. They begin their careers with a lot of aspirations but the society, situations and fate has different plans for them all. Facing disappointments at all corners, the three decide to part ways and travel along individually and face life. Down the line, they each end up in places far different from where they started and where they wanted to reach. What happens to them? What are the situations they face? What are the things they could have done better? Watch Dharani to know...
Director Guhan Sambandham has taken up a bold story and made an honest effort to keep the narration as natural as possible. There are no contrived scenes and the movie moves along very well. The casting has been perfectly done. Aari is just perfect for his role. The way he shows the transformation from a proud youth to a guy beaten by life is exceptional. Kumaravel as a Koothu performer has given it his all. This is a very good role to showcase his skills and he has excelled in it. Ajay Krishna has lived his role and given a good portrayal. Sandra Amy and Varunika, the two beautiful ladies have done well. Vinoth Gandhi's visuals are equally good. A little more care could have gone into the technical aspects of the movie.
Dharani is a natural ride with three young men along the roads less travelled.