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Parijatham Peview
Smirthiees Silver Screens
Prithviraj, Saranya, Prakash Raj, Roja, Seetha
K. Bhagyaraj
Manjula Sathish


Thursday, January 1, 1970 • Tamil Comments

After a long gap, Bhagyaraj makes a comeback to wielding the megaphone.

What makes the movie more interesting is the movie marks the entry of Bhagyaraj's daughter, Saranya, as a heroine. Paired with her is Prithviraj, a name synonymous with success in Malayalam.

It's again a romantic story but will have Bhagyaraj's classy touches and a stout screenplay.

Elated at her entry, Saranya says, she has given her best prompted by the encouragement of Prithviraj and the guidance of her father.

About her daughter's debut on big screen, Bhagyaraj says, 'after 20 days of shooting I am convinced of the early promise. Prithviraj is impressive in his own ways. Always important to have a smooth start when there is a fresh pair.'

The film has the added flavor of Bhagyaraj's cameo and the presence of a stalwart like Prakash Raj.

'It is the script which determines the fate of the film. Narration comes a close second and has to be presented in a simpler form understood by the masses.

'The audience always knew what to expect from me. On that front, there is the added challenge to keep my set of admirers in good humor', Bhagyaraj says.