Yennamo Yedho Reviewby MyMazaa.com
Yennamo yedho takes off with detective played by Prabhu kidnapping Gautham [Gautham karthik]. On the journey, Prabhu asks Gautham to entertain him with his Love story and his narration leads to flashback. Gautham tells how he meets Nithya [Rakul Preet Singh] in his girlfriend Simran's marriage and falls for her accidentally; When Gautham thinks of expressing his love to Nithya, he discovers she is engaged with Raja and stops communicating her. Later, Nithya discovers her feelings for Goutham and breaks up her relationship with Raja; but discovers Gautham had a fiancé. What will happen next? Will Nitya and Gautham unite? Why did Prabhu kidnap Gautham forms the rest of the story.
Gautham Karthik has surpassed with boy next door looks and performed well in the role of Gautham. Little enhancement in dancing and confidance will take him to heights.
Rakul Preet Singh grabs your attention with her on-screen presence and lovely expressions that are to look for. Her costumes need a special mention.
Anupama Kumar is outstanding as Gautham's mothers. Duo bonded well on-screen. Prabhu as a kidnaper brings few laughs at places and did his parts well. Among others Manobala and Madhan's comic timing is amazing.
Yennamo Yedho aka Ala Modalindi story penned by Nandini Reddy is first of its kind. Director Ravi Thyagarajan has come out with an extraordinary screenplay, but the narration falls draggy at places.
Music by D. Imman is one of the highlights of Yennamo Yedho and are equally well picturised. 'Nee Enna Periya Appatucke' rendered by Anirudh and 'Shut up Your Mouth' by Shruti Haasan are to watch for.
Cinematographer Gopi Jagadeeswaran and editor I J Alen have given their best in maintaining the quality of the product.
Yennamo Yedho is a breezy romantic love story with light hearted emotional touch. Director, cinematographer, editor and hero being new to the industry tried to deliver their best. Both the first and second half of the movie are entertaining. But pre-climax and the climax scenes have rib-tickling comic sequences that will make you enjoy the light hearted film to the most.