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Even as Jayam Ravi's urban romantic comedy Romeo Juliet celebrates its 50th day, the actor's next movie is out. This time in a complete village avatar for Sakalakala Vallavan Appatakkar. Jayam Ravi and Soori are jobless youngsters who always fight with each other. Soori loves Anjali, who is also his aunt's daughter. But Anjali and Jayam Ravi fall in love. A cinematic twist forces Jayam Ravi to marry city-based Trisha. Due to their constant fights and quarrels, they decide to file for a divorce. Will they divorce or find a solution to save their marriage? Or will Jayam Ravi get back to his village love Anjali? To know what happens next, watch the film on the big screen.
Jayam Ravi shines throughout the film in the village get up with his timely jokes and humorous expressions. The film marks his first attempt at a complete comedy character. Soori who has an important role, equal to that of the hero steals the show. Right from his introduction scene, the actor's presence in every scene has the audience laughing. With this film, the actor has proved himself to handle action sequence as well in a comical way. In fact, Soori haa more fight scenes than the hero himself. While the combination scenes of Soori and Jayam Ravi present back-to-back hilarious moments, on the other hand Soori's scenes with Naan Kadavul Ranjendran is packed with slapstick comedy.
Trisha's angry city gal role brings laughter to the audience, rather than causing hatred for being an arrogrant wife. Like her previous ventures with Jayam Ravi, the duo's chemistry works wonderfully in this film as well. The film has set a good break for Anjali, who is back on screen after quite a long time. Her village character as Jayam Ravi's lady love offers lots of hilarious and glamorous moments in the film. Veteran actor Vivekh who plays the role of Jayam Ravi's uncle makes an unexpected villainous entry. He appears as two brothers, one with a tonsured head and the other as a middle-aged unmarried man, who very badly wants to get married. Both the characters supply us with back-to-back jokes. Though his appearance on the screen is for just twenty minutes, it adds more comedy flavour to the film, making the audience yearning for more. Naan Kadavul Rajendran's extremely aggressive yet humorous police man role offers lot of comical scenes in the film. Poorna's cameo in the film with a colorful background, offers a visual treat to the audience.
Being a Suraaj directorial, the expectation of comedy from Sakalakala Vallavan Appatakkar was high. As promised by the makers of the film, Sakalakala Vallavan Appatakkar offers full-length comedy. Director Suraaj has smartly chosen the cast especially actor Soori, Vivekh and Naan Kadavul Rajendran who have helped in maintaining the comedy levels in the film. Also the other supporting cast have contributed loads of situational comedy in the film. Though the storyline has nothing new, there are lots of comedy elements in the film which keeps one engaged till the end. Being an out-and-out comedy entertainer, one will forget to pin-point the flaw in logic of the scenes. Cinematographer U.K. Senthil Kumar has captured colorfull visuals in the film. S.S. Thaman's refreshing music for the movie is laudable. Editor R.K. Selva has shown his creativity in editing styles while bridging one scene to the next. In a nutshell, the wholesome entertainer Sakalakala Vallavan Appatakkar is a humorous take on the institution of forced marriage that exists in the urban society.
Verdict: Pakka comedy entertainer!