Movie: Love Failure
Producer: Sashi and Siddarth
Direction: Balaji Mohan
Siddharth is known as lover boy. He now comes up with yet another act as lover boy in a new film titled ‘Love failure’. Siddharth has been facing one failure after another or the past couple of years. Even his last film ‘Oh My Friend’ did not give him the much needed hit. His acting was appreciated but the film did not do well as expected. Let us see how far Siddharth has succeeded with his ‘Love Failure’.
Arjun (Siddhartha) is a hapy go lucky guy. He is studying in college. Parvati (Amala Paul) is also studying in the same college. In no time the two fall in love. However some differences crop up between them and they part ways.
Parvati decides to go to the USA and pursue higher studies and forget her love affair. Arjun too spend most of his time with close friends in order to forget his love failure. There is another love story in the film. It is between Parvati’s parents – Aravind (Suresh) and Saru (Surekha Vani). What is their love story? How this brings about a change in the attitude of Siddharth an Parvati? This is the suspense element and the rest of the story unfolds on the silver screen.
The role in love Failure is tailor made for Siddharth. He has essayed the kind of roles several times before. So it is literally a cake walk for him. Siddharth does full justice to his role. Amala Paul is hot and sensuous. She fits the bill perfectly. Amala Paul looks good with Siddharth and they both share a good on screen chemistry.
Siddharth and Amala Paul
New style of Screen Play
Too many sub-plots
Too much drama and melodrama
The film Love Failure is a film not for the regular audiences but is targeted are the urban youth. The film with its liberal use of typical youth slang will work well in multiplexes. The youth who form the backbone of all Siddharth’s films will naturally connect with the film and also patronize the film to a large extent.
Siddharth’s Love Failure is yet another typical youth love story. The film has some good screenplay and a lot of style.
Cast: Siddharth, Amala Paul, Arjun, Suresh, Ravi Raghvendra, Surekha Vani, Sriranjani, Shyam and others.
Credits: Music – Thaman, Camera – Nirav Shah, Editing – TS Suresh, Art – AR Mohan, Presents – Dil Raju, Producer – Siddharth Narayan, Story and direction – Balaji Mohan.
Banner: Y Not Movies, e-Talkie Entertainments
Released on: February 17, 2012