Banner: Vishal Film Factory
Cast: Vishal, Dimple Hayathi, Yogi Babu, Baburaj Jacob, P.A.Tulasi, Raveena Ravi
Music Director: Yuvan Shankar Raja
Director: Thu.Pa. Saravanan
Saamanyudu Movie is directed by the Thu.Pa. Saravanan and produced by Vishal under the banner Vishal Film Factory, the movie cast includes Vishal, Dimple Hayashi, Yogi Babu, Baburaj Jacob. Yuvan Shankar Raja composed the music for Saamanyudu.
Porus (Vishal) was born and raised in a simple middle-class family from an early age. However, while his father is a police officer, he also wants to be a policeman. 'Vishal' loses his younger sister Dwarka with some unexpected consequences in this sequence. However, he later discovers that the cause of her death was different. And who is the reason for that ?, What are the political turns that appear in the film in this sequence ?, To know if this porous family has anything to do with those political people is to watch this film on the silver screen.
In recent times, 'Vishal' is constantly trying to reach out to the audience with new subjects. And this movie also feels like such a slightly new subject. As well as the action elements that he expects in his films, the film also has a very natural taking that seems to suit him. Also 'Vishal' is very correct in his role.
He was a very common man who looked simple and showed good emotions. 'Dimple Hayati' also gave the film the best it could. Yet the role of comedian 'Yogibabu' makes Kasin laugh. Also, 'Raveena Koosto' who played the role of sister to 'Vishal' did a good job. Also, the background score is given by 'Yuvan' is another good plus for the film.
The production values in this film are very neat and natural to suit the theme of the film. Also, when it comes to the technical team, as mentioned earlier, 'Yuvan' always does justice to 'Vishal' as well as did a good job for this film. Also 'Kevin Raj's cinematography is good with good visuals.
When it comes to director 'Thu Pa Saravanan', even though it is his first film, he has put in a lot of effort. He added drama to it in a good setting that connected everyone and planned his film well. But in order to take the movie scene to scene, the screenplay itself had to be made more interesting. For the most part, he dragged himself.
The basic element that connects everyone seen in Vishal “Saamanyudu” is good. Also 'Vishal's acting but the background score including some action episodes is impressive. The definitely better output would have come if the director had sat down with the editor and removed some more scenes and reduced the length and shown a more gripping screenplay. Other than that the rest of the movie seems to be okay.