Starring: Siddharth, Hansika Motwani, Ganesh Venkatraman, Brahmanandam and others
Producer: B Subrahmaniam, S Suresh
Director: Sundar C
Music: Satya C
Kumar (Siddharth) an IT professional stays away from females in his office and even requests his bosses not to put him in teams that include females. Kumar avoids females and turns female hater after he had bad experiences with them since his childhood.
However his life takes sudden change after he meets Sanjana (Hansika), a new employee in his organisation. Though he falls for her, he couldn’t express himself due to fear and in the meantime, he faces competition from his charming and handsome colleague George (Ganesh Venkatraman). To win sanjana he in his desperation meets Love Guru Premji (Brahmanandam). What happens next should be enjoyed on screen.
Siddharth came with a neat performance. He looked like Lover Boy once again with his cute looks and expressions. Hansika is a big disappointment in the film as she looked older to Siddharth. Even in songs she disappointed a lot. Her role did not have scope to perform.
Brahmanandam is excellent and created laughing riot as Love Guru Premji. Minus Brahmanandam, the film has nothing to see. Samantha in her little role thrilled all, while Rana came and supported Brahmi.
Editing could have been better in the second half. None of the songs is enjoyable. Cinematography is ok. Director could have created some romantic comedy scenes between Hansika and Siddharth.
Director Sunder chose a script which is routine. However he tried to treat it differently, giving comedy flavor to it. In the first half, his treatment is ok as Brahmanandam’s comedy made everyone forget the other drawbacks. The moment he went and the director came to the story and tried to bring it down to the logical conclusion, his drawbacks came out into open.
Director failed to create interest in the film with lack of romantic scenes and love elements between Hansika and Siddharth. Simple storyline and predictable climax are the drawbacks. Though the climax seemed ok, nearing towards it like pregnant experiencing pains.
Except for Brahmanandam, Something Something has ‘Nothing’ new for movie lovers.