Oh My Kadavule is a Tamil romance comedy film, Which written and directed by newbie Ashwath Marimuthu. The movie produced by G. Dilli Babu under the banner Axess Film Factory. The movie stars Ashok Selvan, Ritika Singh and television actress Vani Bhojan in the lead roles while Shah Ra and MS Baaskar in important roles. The soundtrack composed by Leon James, while Vidhu Ayyanna handle the camera. In these movie Vaani would be playing Ashok Selvan's childhood crush who comes back into his life at a later stage. Here is experts views on Oh My Kadavule movie review through the fans and Critics of movie. The film will release in 14th feb 2020.
Gener: Comdey, Romantic
Director: Ashwath Marimuthu
Star Cast: Ashok Selvan, Ritika Singh, Vani Bhojan, Sha Ra
Producer: Dilli Babu
Release Date: 14th February 2020.
Time Cover: 2 hrs 34 mins
Oh My Kadavule Movie Review & Rating-3.5/5
Ashok and Ritika are friends who plan to marry one another , but married life isn't what they expected. As they grind to a halt trying to boost their romantic lives, Meera Ashok`s former crush turns up and complicates things further. Debutant director Ashwath Marimuthu's Oh My Kadavule may be a breezy feel-good romantic entertainer that's engaging till the top. The story and presentation is new, because the film talks a few confused youngster who cannot choose from his school crush and his close friend. Arjun (Ashok Selvan), Anu (Ritika Singh), and Mani (Sha Raa) are childhood friends. In one of their casual get-togethers at a bar, Anu proposes to Arjun where he also meets his childhood crush Meera (Vani Bhojan) who was senior in school. Arjun is initially taken aback by Anu's proposal but on their way back home, he says ‘yes’ to her since he feels that there isn’t a single reason why he should reject her idea to get married to one’s best friend.
The film starts off as a routine romantic comedy filled with laughter and fun, of course, the break-up scene is serious and we can relate to the intensity and frustrations of the couple. But Oh My Kadavule actually stands out post-intermission with several emotional scenes which speaks about friendship, love, career-preferences, misunderstanding, humanity, and more without the preachy tone. Leon James' songs and background score perfectly suits the feel-good romantic genre and cinematographer Vidhu has provided breezy visuals. A few can complain about the pace and runtime, but in all fairness, such engaging films are rare in Tamil cinema.