Following huge hypes over the film promotions, finally Remo hits screens today worldwide. The film features Sivakarthikeyan and Keerthy Suresh in lead roles with an ensemble star-cat of Satish, Naan Kadavul Rajendran, Saranya Ponvannan, Aadukalam Narain and many others. The film is directed by Bhagyaraj Kannan and is produced by RD Raja of 24AM Studios.
The film centers on an ordinary boy (Sivakarthikeyan), who wants to become a successful actor and keeps trying his best. On his audition for KS Ravikumar’s next film, he is told that the protagonist of the movie would be disguising like a nurse and that’s for Avvai Shanmughi-2. Meanwhile, he falls in love with a beautiful girl Kavya (Keerthy Suresh), a doctor by profession and is later broken down to know that she is already engaged to someone. While dressing up like a nurse, he gets to meet Kavya, who gives him a job offer to work as a nurse here in the same hospital, where she is working. Now Sivakarthikeyan wants to use this opportunity to win the heart of his girl.
Director Kannan Bhagyaraj making his debut directorial with this film has seemingly banked all the hopes of this film on technicians. The film is technically richer and the visuals by P.C. Sriram are splendid that you keep falling in love with the lead pair often. Especially, Sivakarthikeyan looks so much superb and he has thank his makeover artists and costume designers as well. Keerthy Suresh looks beautiful in frames, but she has to work a lot on improvising her performance. Others in the cast have done what is required for the role.
The film’s plot is outdated and even the screenplay isn’t really gripping in many places. Except for the beautiful screen presence of Sivakarthikeyan and Keerthy Suresh followed by extraordinary technical team including Anirudh’s songs, nothing makes ‘Remo’ an exceptional movie, but it would have a decent run in theatres for this festive occasion.
Verdict: Nothing new in tale, but technically rich and will engross city audiences