It's Ajith's bad time that he's being forced to act in craps like these.
A few jokes scattered here and there that gives one the Magazine feel
and a very poetic flashback- that's all that 'Raja' has to offer. The
director has to rethink if it's really justifiable to make the audience
sit and cringe in their seats for 2 and half hours.
Ajith is paranoid about getting married.
arrives at his place
and begins to compel him to get married to her. The reason: Ajith was
pouring his love out to someone else thinking that she was Jyothika!
Let's explain this. Under the cover of darkness
love for Ajith. Thinking that it was Priyanka Trivedi who was speaking
to him, Ajith begins to love her. Suddenly, a villain pops out of
nowhere and causes the death of Priyanka. Then, finally, after
dillydallying for a very long time, the story ends with the coming
together of the lead pair of Ajith and
is Priyanka Trivedi's college senior. Priyanka Trivedi does
the message girl task for
Jodika, carrying her messages of love to
Ajith. Ajith kisses her and she ends up falling in love with him. This
love track is a beautiful Haiku. Priyanka has a nickname of 'curd rice'
in this film. It's really tragic to see her die that way.
Ajith seems to carry the comedy sequences with Úlan. Looks like he has
had fun acting with Vadivelu in many scenes.
Sometimes, one wonders if
is the biggest negative aspect of the
film. Her patchy make up and her routine flat performance irritates the
If all these were not enough, there is SA Rajkumar's music score to
annoy you further and make it all unbearable. The only song that sounds
reasonably good is 'Karisal kaatu pennae'.
Director Ezhil has chosen a very mediocre plot and with a super mediocre
screenplay, he has pushed 'Raja' to the depths of oblivion.