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DeAr Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, April 12, 2024 • Kannada ]
DeAr Review
GV Prakash Kumar, Aishwarya Rajesh, Geetha Kailasam,Thalaivasal Vijay,Ilavarasu,Kaali Venkat
Anand Ravichandran
Varun Tripuraneni, Abhishek Ramisetty, G Pruthviraj
G V Prakash Kumar

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DeAr, featuring Anirudh Ravichander and Aishwarya Rajesh, delves into the challenges faced by a newly married couple, where the husband's sleep is disrupted by his wife's snoring. Their story highlights the compromises and adjustments required for a successful and lasting marriage.


In the film, Arjun (GV Prakash Kumar), a newsreader with big dreams, decides to marry the beautiful Deepika (Aishwarya Rajesh) after being persuaded by his mother Lakshmi (Rohini), brother Saravana (Kaali Venkat), and wife Kalpana (Nandini). However, on their first night together, Arjun is in for a shock that sets the tone for the rest of the story. The involvement of Deepika's parents, Rangarajan (Ilavarasu) and his wife (Geetha Kailasam), adds an intriguing layer to the narrative, shaping the direction of the plot.

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GV Prakash Kumar delivers an acceptable performance, leveraging his average looks and making an effort to engage viewers with his acting. While he has shown improvement compared to his previous films, there are moments where he tends to overdo it. Aishwarya Rajesh also delivers an adequate performance, displaying good expressions and emotions. However, her role restricts her from showcasing her full talent.

Rohini, Kaali Venkat, Thalaivasal Vijay, Ilavarasu, Nandini, Geetha Kailasam, and others perform adequately, fitting well into roles that seem tailor-made for them. However, they seem to merely go through the motions.

Director Anand Ravichandran presents an intriguing concept, aiming to entertain while also touching emotional chords with viewers. However, while the idea seems promising, the execution falls short, with the story appearing weak and the central theme feeling underdeveloped. The film seems to lose focus, delving into various topics like family prestige, discrimination against women, and feminism, without exploring them deeply.

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The screenplay and direction are subpar, failing to engage viewers. Aishwarya Rajesh's character is mostly confined to sleeping and snoring, while GV Prakash Kumar's character is portrayed in an exaggerated manner. The director struggles to develop not only the lead characters but also the supporting cast, making the film feel like it could have been condensed into a much shorter format. The dialogues are average at best.

Editing by Kripakaran Rukesh leaves much to be desired, with many scenes dragging and slowing down the pace of the narrative. Cinematography by Jagadeesh Sundaramurthy is average, and GV Prakash Kumar's music, while following a standard template, fails to leave a lasting impact. The background score also fails to enhance the film. Overall, the production values are below average.

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Dear, starring GV Prakash Kumar and Aishwarya Rajesh, falls short of expectations despite its intriguing title. While director Anand Ravichandran attempts to explore a fresh concept, the film ultimately disappoints due to its weak storyline, predictable narrative, and ineffective screenplay and direction.

Rating: 2 / 5.0

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