SEMA Movie Review

SEMA Movie Review

Cast: G.V.Prakash Kumar, Arthana Binu, Yogi Babu

Director, story & screenplay: Vallikanth

Dialogues: Pandiraj

Producer: Pandiraj, Ravichandran

Production company: Pasanga Productions, Linga Bhairavi Creations

Music director: G.V.Prakash Kumar

Cinematographer: Vivek Anand

Editor: Pradeep E.Ragav

Language: Tamil

Release date: 25-05-2018

Censor certificate: U

Run time: 2hrs, 3mins

Genre: Comedy, Drama


G.V.Prakash’s mother is eager to do marriage to his son. After trying at several places, what happens after Arthana Binu’s family accepts for wedding is the remaining story.


G.V.Prakash’s acting calculated, but he has improved for sure. Arthana Binu is convincing in her role and has scored high in an emotional scene. Yogi Babu is the backbone of this movie, his comedy is ultimate and he easily offers laughter at least once in every 5mins. Kovai Sarala and Mansoor Ali Khan are impressive in the later half. Vallikanth’s direction is quite good and he has actually presented the movie well. Screenplay is engaging with continuous humor situations and measured sentiments. Pandiraj’s dialogues are huge plus as jokes work out big time. G.V.Prakash’s songs are good, especially ‘Sandalee’ stands out. Pradeep E.Ragav’s editing is neat, he’s an important reason for the flow to look pacy. There are completely no double meaning humor, glamor portions which spoil the family watch. Certain relationships have handled in a sensible manner too. Honest laughs appearing at regular intervals hold up the show.


Story is extremely simple and a much seen one in plenty of films. Logic goes missing after a point, mainly towards the end where few things were taken for granted. G.V.Prakash’s background music seems to be locked with some sort of urgency as the blend was inappropriate. Vivek Anand’s cinematography is just average, aerial shots are mostly blurred. ‘Nenje Nenje’ song acts as a speed-breaker though it has some montages. Opening 15mins is kind of weird as few character intention was not conveyed clearly. Few portions in the later half are amateurish. Life decision taken in the baby delivery scene is cinematic. MLA’s son character who is the reason for the conflict is materialized in a very silly manner.

TO CONCLUDE – Harmless family entertainer with plenty of attractive comedy elements.

Movie Rating – 2.5/ 5.

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