Annabelle Sethupathi movie review
Production : Sudhan Sundaram G Jayaram, Passion Studios
Direction : Deepak Sundarrajan.
Music : Krishna Kishor.
Cinematography: Goutham George.
Editing : Pradeep E Ragav.
Cast : Vijay Sethupathi, Tapsee Pannu, Jagapathi Babu, Rajendra Prasad, Radhika Sarathkumar, Yogi Babu, Vennela Kishore, Subbu Panchu.
Annabelle Sethupathi Review
Annabelle Sethupathi, the movie starts off ,goes on and on promising you a twist at last towards the end card the second sequel announcement made. Only for this there is no engaging plot with a sustaining story line. Tapsee Pannu is all seen in a charming, fresh new avatar in this movie. The plot emerges with Tapsee Pannu portrayed as Rudhra, a plunderer.
Except for the gorgeous palace the movie doesn’t cast anything jaw dropping. It is only the location that ties the audience to their seat, in that too the movie doesn’t capture people of that timeline and the palace too doesn’t have any servants helping the king. Only Yogi Babu as Shanmugham is with Vijay Sethupathi ( Veera Sethupathi). Yogi Babu’s hilarious humor at times convinces you to continue watching the movie.
Though the movie had a big cast and more importantly a humorous crew, it failed to include necessary comical content. It is noteworthy to mention Yogi Babu who played a major role than the hero himself did. Tapsee Pannu and Radhika SarathKumar did an energetic job.
Like every typical ghost featuring movie this one two involves a flashback, the interesting part is the lovey dovey romance between Vijay Sethupathi and Tapsee Pannu ( Annabelle). The love between two different races, two different cultures, two different religions and two different languages is portrayed, the only aspect remains appreciative.