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Given the narration style, and mismatched writing, with songs in the mix, it only feels like a pain to sit through the entire movie. Let’s hope movies like these don’t haunt the audience in future.
After having seen some success with a couple of movies, Harish has chosen an outdated script.
Dhanusu Raasi Neyargale (DRN) is about a modern day hero Arjun (Harish) who strictly follows and believes in astrology. He believes in Sevvai Dhosham.
That contributes to his single status for quite long, because he is so calculative about choosing a girlfriend.
We are also repetitively shown about how strong is he with his astrological beliefs.
On the other hand we have K. R. Vijaya (Digangana), who is on the other side of things. She is about to leave Earth and start her life in Mars (yes, the planet).
These two meet and we are not really sure if the movie deals with their love story, or anything else.
The director spends way too much time to set up the characters, but then it is surprising they end up so flimsy.
Not just flimsy but contradictory too. At many instances, the references in the screenplay or dialogues don’t end up consistently on screen.
Reba Monica has been wasted on a very weakly written role with very little screen space.
After having played a solid role in Bigil, she should have opted for a better role in her next movies.
Harish does his best. He is genuine to his character. But his involvement doesn’t help the movie a bit.
It is mainly because the story line is so outdated, the script is shallowly written and things are incoherent on the whole.
References like “original kanni”, “why waste time to settle in Mars, rather just marry him” are so amateurish and way too outdated.
Due to all of the above, we are totally detached of whatever happens on screen.
The songs are so easily forgettable, and they just add to the length of the movie.
Given the narration style, and mismatched writing, with songs in the mix, it only feels like a pain to sit through the entire movie.
Let’s hope movies like these don’t haunt the audience in future.