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Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru Movie Reviews

Theeya Velai Seiyyanum Kumaru Review


Kumar (Siddharth), a young guy works as an IT employee who feels difficult to speak to women. He admires his colleague (Ganesh Venkartraman) where every woman falls for him. Sanjana (Hansika) steps into the same IT firm and Kumar falls for her. He takes the advice of love guru Mokia (Santhanam) to score good marks near Sanjana. Will Kumar be successful in love? What does the love guru do forms the story.


Siddharth as Kumar delivers his best, and he has selected the right script that works well for the comedy. He has done his part extremely well.

Hansika has a good role, she looked glamorous and as always doesn’t fail to impress with her expressions. Her body language, comedy and showing innocence in her role works big time.

Santhanam is an asset for the film. With his comic timing, expressions, one-liners dialogue delivery he steals the show. The scenes featuring him are quite hilarious. Other cast Ganesh Venkatram, Mano Bala, Devadarshini, Bosskey, Vidyu Raman have all done their roles well.

Technical Analysis

Satya’s songs are peppy and they have been shot well. The visuals are rich especially in the song Azhagendral. However, the songs were speed breakers haltering the film’s pace. Cinematography is fine, while Praveen and Srikanth’s editing is crisp. Sundar C’s story isn’t unique but the screenplay is smartly penned though predictable in the latter half at times. Production values are standard.


Theeya Valai Seyyanam Kumaru sticks to its comedy genre and is sure to entertain you and provide ample laughs. The story is simple and looks like the main idea inspired from classic comedy Basu Chatterjee's Chhoti Si Baat (1975) in which Ashok Kumar plays love guru.

Sundar C’s smart screenplay makes the film fresh, funny and entertaining. TVSK works for its screenplay and perfect casting. Siddharth, Hansika’s chemistry, Santhanam’s fun-filled role as love guru are assets of the film. Also, the movie is neatly packaged with no double-entendre dialogues and humor has been built into the story with good twists and twirls.

The first half of the film is racy and entertaining, while the second half is lengthy and tuns predictable. Nevertheless, the proceedings don’t fail to bring smiles.