Ram is one of the directors, capable of producing a movie that cast the shadows and highlights of sadness and joy, setting the audience travel along. With Taramani, given A by the censor, he set his promotion in a never seen before manner, slamming the censor, grabbing the traffic.
The film is all about the urban life, where one could easily relate the scenes with day to day happenings. Andrea does justice to the script and likewise, Vasanth Ravi sets a noticeable debut, claiming to be a matured actor.
Stereotype being set that Ram’s script holds abundance space for emotions and preaches, Taramani to finds the above element what reflects the brilliance of the director. Yuvan Shankar Raja truly knows the rhythm of the script, and stands as a huge asset.
Overall the narrative draggy yet interesting flick does deserve a ‘must watch’ tag.
Thanks to Director Ram.