A film dwells with talented of devoted towards music, extensive interspersed with a musical sound, especially in ravishing tune.
Synopsis: In the upcoming Tamil cinema, the channel’s musical shows are influencing in that category “Sarvam Thaala Mayam” the director Rajiv Menon had come back with an instrumental based screenplay. In 1983 “Miruthanga Chakravarthi” is a complete execution of musical instrument based content, after years later once again Miruthangam instrument plays a lively role.
GV Prakash Kumar, who plays in a young oppressed guy character, that his wish to be, want to flourish in the Carnatic music. The team had concentrated on the growth of the music industry, but blank out on suppressed is going on, in few sequels for a Dalit guy.
Story: Most of the films in Tamil cinema like “Thillana Mohanambal” incompatible create between the creative works in music, “Sarvam Thaala Mayam” engaged with a Bhahmin’s supremacy can observe in the field of Carnatic world. But a guy Peter (G V Prakash), who makes Carnatic music as a passion and getting admired with Vembu Iyer to make him as Sishyan.
But, Mani (Vineeth), who is a man that he take care of Vembu Iyer schedules and even Mani’s belligerent towards Peter that the lower caste guy is coming for training.
Initial, Vembu Iyer trigger-happy towards Peter and later come in a positive way according to the screenplay. Peter’s father who is working on making the Miruthangam instruments for their survival, Peter is a never bothered of his father’s job and always dreamt to become as a musician in the instrument of Miruthangam.
With the Bhahmin’s mastery Vembu Iyer come down to teach him, by this situation the envious guy Mani move out of Vembu Iyer’s shadow and getting contradictory and will Peter get success with the dominated Carnatic world?
Initially, Peter was a die hard fan of Ilayathalapathy Vijay and come out from the fantasy world make a dream for his life, G V Prakash hold his eccentric with the beautiful way, Dhivyadarshini shown her performance as an anchor, BGM made producing a strong effect, editing side is quite perfect by Anthony and the visualization was the highest quality by Ravi Yadav.
Verdict: musical entertainment film.
Rating: 3 / 5
G. V. Prakash Kumar * Peter Johnson
Aparna Balamurali * Sara
Nedumudi Venu * Vembu Iyer
Vineeth * Mani
Sumesh Narayanan * Nandagopal (‘Nandu’)
Santha Dhananjayan * Abhirami
Kumaravel * Johnson
Aadhira Pandilakshmi * Theressa Johnson
Dhivyadharshini * Anjana
Directed by * Rajiv Menon
Produced by * Latha Menon
Written by * Rajiv Menon
Music by * A. R. Rahman
Cinematography * Ravi Yadav
Edited by * Anthony
Production Company * Mindscreen Film Institute
PRO * Nikkil
by Deepa Vijendra Rao