Genre: Comedy play * more comedians were stuffed that minimize the flaws in the movie.
Synopsis: The title, which denotes “Bhaskar Oru Rascal” only in the title says that he is a rascal guy, other than the sequels shows that Bhaskar is an anger man, he can’t control the short temper and his son who teaches the manners, how to respond among the society. So first of all, the title doesn’t suit the story.
“Bhaskar Oru Rascal” is a remake movie from Malayalam film. In the Malayalam movie, Nayanthara and Mammootty were played in the leading role. The director Siddique, who had been chosen Arvind Swamy and Amala Paul as in the Tamil version for the prominent role. The young children Nainika and Raghavan were playing in a major role, the comedy artists Soori and Robo Shankar compromise the film.
Story: The scene starts from West Bengal and a scientist who was getting killed, it shows of heavy action background and projects more thriller, once the murdered sequel gets over. The next sequence moves towards Chennai.
A widower Bhaskar (Arvind Swamy), had a boy child and Bhaskar is an arrogance in his nature and on other side Amala Paul had a girl baby and she was lost his lover with a rowdy gang. Now the children were studying in the same school and both wanted to join their parents. Both of them planning to create a situation to meet each other and their plans were executed in well manned and once the parents plan to marry each other. The twisted bumped out, Amala Paul’s father appears before them. With all immature baseline the children’s wish comes out true or not is the balance script.
More than, Baby Nainika childish acting, Master Raghavan performances were stylish and matured, Arvind Swamy who is a business man’s son that he doesn’t know how to react among the public this is ridiculous. As usual, Amala Paul glamour performance in the mother eccentric.
Verdict: The film depends on Master Raghavan and Baby Nainika.
Arvind Swamy * Bhaskar
Directed by * Siddique
Produced by * M. Harshini
Music by * Amresh Ganesh
Cinematography * Vijay Ulaganath
Edited by * K. R. Gowrishankar
Production Company * Harshini Movies
by Deepa Vijendra Rao