Aaha Kalyanam Reviewby MyMazaa.com
Aaha Kalyanam is the story of two youngsters who turn wedding planners and plan their own wedding at the end. Sruthi [Vaani Kapoor] is a final year student planning to become a wedding planner, as the wedding business is thriving in Chennai. On the other hand Shakthi [Nani] is a go-lucky youngster who doesn't have any plans for life. Shakthi meets Sruthi in a Sangeeth Party hosted by Chandralekha's [Simran] Event Company and starts following former. As the story progresses both start exchanging views. One fine day, Sruthi explains her business plans to Shakthi about starting self business as a Wedding Planner, but Shakti doesn't take her plans seriously. As the story progresses Shakti plans to support his father and has no choice other than Sruthi's wedding planner idea. Shakti-Sruthi team up for Gatti Melam with terms and conditions not to mix the professional and personal lives.
Will Shakti-Sruthi achieve success in their business? How will they handle the ups and downs in personal and professional life together? Forms the crux of Aaha Kalyanam...
Nani steals the show with his bubbly performance and his diction brought instant laughters.
Vaani Kapoor proved her mettle. In her second film and the debut Tamil film she has excelled with performance.
Other characters like Simran as wedding planner Chandralekha, Badawa Gopi as the flower vendor and others did their parts well.
Debutante director A. Gokul Krishna is to be lauded for choice of his cast and crew, who supported him in every frame. Though the movie is passable, Gokul need to concentrate much on dialogues as they appears very normal. He has to improve his skills on narration and screenplay too.
Dharan Kumar has come up with appealing tunes for Aaha Kalyanam music album so as are his background scores for the movie. Songs look much appealing and colorful, Punch song is much likable with visuals.
Yash Raj Films has lavishly produced Band Baaja Baarat remake in South India establishling their successful production house here in Tamil and Telugu film industries.
Director A. Gokul Krishna has done a xerox of Band Baaja Baaraat and succeeded to max, but being very familiar Aaha Kalyanam appears boring at parts. Nani and Vaani's chemistry tickles on screen and it is one of the main reasons to go watch Aaha Kalyanam besides colorful frames.
Most of the movie is concentrated on lead pair, do there is no question on discharging from the storyline or theme. Dharan Kumar's background scores keep up to the narration pace.