Cast: Sharat Kumar, Vikram, Khushbu,
Devayani, Ramesh Khanna, Mayilsamy.
youth's obsession for an actress who comes to his village for a shooting, and
she mocking him and his family for even daring to think of proposing marriage to
her - 'ordinary mortals like you daring to touch a star?' - forms the first
part. The second part is about how the youth Selvam, on brother Shaktivel's
orders, goes to the city to woo the actress and gets her to marry him. The early
part moves at a swift pace, with some humour thrown in. Ramesh Khanna keeps the
scenes lively. When the story shifts to the city it turns clichéd. The villain
(a film financier) appears, the hero is bashed up and the actress finally learns
It is a lighter role for Vikram, unlike the intensity seen in 'Sethu'. But
Vikram proves that he is equally at home romancing, dancing and fighting. Sharat
fits in well with the 'Nattamai' style of character. Devayani is fine, till she
puts on the silly wide-eyed-wonder look when she starts 'learning about love'.