INTRO: Kushboo, despite her ample
figure, seems to be quite popular with movie-makers. This movie must have been made
depending solely on her.
SYNOPSIS: Arun (Ramki) pursues Sitha (Kushboo) relentlessly. Unable to tolerate this,
Sitha reveals her past in a mega flashback. Sitha is poor man (add spineless) Rajesh's
daughter. Rajesh and his family suffer tremendous hardships, which is further added when
his son-in-law (Vijai) joins the household. Balu (Suresh) meets her in a ration shop and
falls for her, despite having a father (Manivannan) who is extremely stingy. Balu
convinces his father about their relationship and gets married to Sitha. Before
consummating their marriage he is killed in a crossfire. Spineless Rajesh then tries to
take the easy way out (you got to see this to believe it). In a turn of events, the
nastyVijai forcefully ties a thaali (please note, for the second time for Sitha) on Sitha.
The court annuls their union. Arun now proposes to marry Sitha and for the third time, the
thali goes qaround her neck. The million dollar question is, will this thaali stay on?
EVALUATION: Ramki and Suresh, both of whom look very much younger to Kushboo, merely seem
to be decorative pieces in the movie; the entire story revolving around Kushboo. The
director has given a new outlook to the comedy scenes and these are the best parts of the
movie. V.A. Moorthy is a riot with his non-stop questioning. Senthil comes as Leg Tata,
with a footstep so powerful that it can bring down an entire business! Manivannan also
shines with wisecracks aplenty.
MUSIC: Vidhyasaga's music is atrocious and fortunately there are only two songs, Chicku
chicku chicku and Siragey virithey poongkuruvi, both of which are easily forgettablel
CONCLUSION: Die-hard fans of Kushboo would definitely want to see this movie. The comedy
tracks in this movie are worth mentioning, but beyond that, there is really nothing new.
Suitable for minors.