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Ispade Rajavum Idhaya Raniyum Movie Review

Romantic movies are the order of the day. Following this is Ispade Rajavum Idhaya Raniyum that is romantic, dark yet loved by all.

Directed by Ranjith Jeyakodi it has Harish Kalyan, Shilpa Manjunath, Ponvannan and Balasaravanan in key roles. The entire movie is about a couple, one who is king of spade while the other is the queen of hearts. These characters are literally translated into the lead characters.

Gowtham (Harish Kalyan) always angry and short-tempered due to his bad experience in childhood. His mother gets separated from his father (Ponvannan) and this leaves a scar his heart. Despite having a father and a group of friends by his side, Gowtham always feels that there is something missing in his life. That is when Tara (Shilpa Manjunath) walks into his world and they fall for each other. Their romance is faced by several problems and Tara decided to leave Gowtham for good.

Ispade Rajavum Idhaya Raniyum centers around Harish Kalyan, music composer Sam CS and cinematographer Kavin Raj. Harish has done a good job with his acting and carries his character well.

The advantage of the movie is Sam CS’ songs and background score. It constantly keeps the audience glued to the scenes. The vivid color tone in each scene conveys the mood of the characters and adds a definition to the story.

However, the movie does has its drawback. For instance, the couple is often seen bickering and fighting and it leaves the audience mind clouded. Also, the chemistry between the couple lacks the right flavor. Although Shilpa has performed well, she looks way too mature for Harish. The extended climax and some loopholes in the screenplay do fail to impress the audience.

In short, Ispade Rajavum Idhaya Raniyum is a romantic movie that will leave you with mixed feelings.

Highlight
Music is an added advantage
Harish Kalyan has turned more mature

Drawbacks
The second half is out of love for a romantic movie
The onscreen chemistry between Harish Kalyan and Shilpa does not sync

Final line: A simple love story between a confused pair.

Stars: 3/5