Sambhandam (Kamal Hassan) is a wealthy guy who finds job satisfaction
as the stunt master for film. He feels that marriage disintegrates
the man's character and strength. Janaki (Simran) is a doctor
cum feminist, who feels that man is the source of all evils.
(Abbas) is a friend of Sambhandam. Malathi (Sneha) is the
friend of Simran. Anand and Malathi fall in love and they
get married to each other against the wishes of Sambhandam
and Janaki. Janaki trains Malathi in such a way that Malathi
and Anand divorce for some differences.
an incident, Sambhandam gets injured in a minor accident.
Janaki, who accidentally drops in a musical watch in the stomach
of Sambhandam, operates him. Janaki realizes it later. The
rest of the film is all about how Janaki seduces Sambhandam
to love her so that she injects anesthesia and take that watch
out. You must watch this comic tonic to see how she achieves
Hassan: He is the strength of 'Brahmachari'. He looks
very normal in this film with his usual off-screen look. The
dubbing done by Balu is very apt. The accent is very much
similar to that of Kamal's dubbing voice in 'Sati Leelavathi'.
All the Kamal scenes are extremely hilarious.
Simran did a sensible job in her role of staunch feminist.
She is extremely beautiful and very natural in the film.
& Abbas: Sneha and Abbas have insignificant roles.
But did justice to them.
- Screenplay - Direction: Mouli has returned to direction
after a hiatus of many years. Mouli's strength has always
been neat comedy and good understanding middle-class family
psychology. In this film, he dealt with clean comedy. His
vast experience shows up in handling the comedy scenes deftly.
In the end, he attached sentiment so that it can also attract
The main credit for the comedy goes to the hilarious dialogues
by Sri Rama Krishna. The original credit should go to Crazy
Mohan for Tamil version.
Vikram Dharma has composed good fights for Kamal Hassan who
played the role of stunt master.
Music is just average. 'Ghatodgaja' song is impressive.
This film is from the banner of 'Ramya Movies', which has
given a blockbuster in the form of 'Sakhi' in the year 2000.
The producer is taking good care to promote film heavily on
TV and on streets with lots of trailers and wall posters.
But the quality of the print (box) is not really impressive.
This film is full of fun and frolic. All the comedy lovers
can watch this film without any hesitation. If you like films
like Tenali & Sati Leelavathi, you will definitely like
this film too. We have to wait and see how this film commercially
fares at the box office in the weeks to come.