Cast- Sivakarthikeyan, Keerthy Suresh, Sri Divya
Written and Directed by- Bakkiyaraj Kannan
Music- Anirudh Ravichander
Cinematography- P.C. Sreeram
Producer- R.D. Raja
Sivakarthikeyan, who has gained popularity in Tamil has paired up with Keerthy Suresh of Nenu Sailaja fame for the entertainer Remo. The film is directed by Bakkiaraj Kannan and is being released by popular produver Dil Raju in Telugu. The film is released in Telugu and Tamil today, dig in to the review to see how the film fared at box office.
Sivakarthikeyan plays the role of a youngster with immense love for cinema and approaches director KS Ravikumar for the same. Upon lot of struggle, he manages to meet him and get a chance to audition for the film. As a matter of coincidence, the film demands him to play the role of a nurse and he practices for the same. Things take an unexpected turn when he faces few things in reality and turns in to a nurse for real. How did the hero manage to overcome this and what role does the heroine play forms the crux of the story.
Sivakarthikeyan delivered a mature performance worth applaud. He portrayed multiple characters with ease, that of a nurse, a normal guy and also one who is madly in love with cinema and aspires to become a hero. Keerthy Suresh definitely is getting better with each film of hers and it is evident that she is one to stay for long. Comedy track by Satish stands as one of the highlights of the film. His comic timing is perfect and managed to crack the audience into laughter. Rest of the supporting cast played their roles well.
The director must be lauded for his choice of story, however more diligence should have been taken in terms of screenplay. Making seemed okay. PC Sreeram has once again succeeded with his cinematography. The music of the film took a back seat and failed to impress the audience. It is natural for anyone to expect much more from Anirudh. Editing also seemed just okay and could have been worked on. Production values seemed decent enough.
Rold Gold (-)
Goldscreen Rating – 2.25/5
Remo failed to impress!