"Kaadalil Vizhunthen" (I fell
in love) deserves to be parodied as "fallen" period. The movie is a
killing guillotine of boring gore.
A slum kid Sabha (Nakul) is nursed back to health after an accident by a rich
girl (Sunaina). Sabha turns crazy after the rich girl`s death and refuses to
accept it despite being saddled with her corpse. He goes on a killing spree
before ending his life in the climax after being chased by a cop (Sampath) who
seems to have nothing else to do.
The film`s only plus points are Vijay Anthony`s music and Vijay Milton`s camera
But "Nakku Mokku" - the film`s most popular song is shifted to the far
end much to the chagrin of the audience.
Vijay Milton`s cinematography flatters Puducherry and Ooty (Tamil Nadu) locales
in beautiful frames.
Nakul, known to Tamil cinema for his plump and cute looks, has morphed into a
handsome man and attempts gamely to breathe life into a script dead as a dodo.
Sunaina`s performance and looks trigger hope for resurrection of her career
despite playing a corpse in almost half the movie.