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Saheba Review, Live Update & Story Plot: 1st Day Collection at Tamil Box Office

Crazy Star Ravichandran‘s legacy is set to be carried forward by his son Manoranjan, who has forayed into the film industry with Saheba. In what could be a welcome change to the industry, the young star has opted for an unconventional debut over a formulaic film.

Kids from stars’ families are often given grand entries, but in case of Manoranjan, the young star has not tried to play it to the gallery: There are no exaggerated heroism, punchy dialogues, action or romantic scenes, but a good story in which he fits the bill. Manu (Manoranjan) is an ordinary man who owns a book shop. His nature is such that every family wishes to have a son like him. On the other hand there is college-going Nandhini (Shanvi Srivastava), who believes in astrology.


Manoranjan has done a good job in his first film. He shows promise and seems pretty confident in front of the camera. Shanvi Srivastava has a good role and she makes good of the opportunity by giving a good performance. The songs and visuals are nice. The story could have been shorter by around 10-15 minutes, but it is sweet enough to hold one’s attention till the end.

This film has a sweet love story that has its entertaining moments. The film may not be the over-the-top launchpad that one usually sees, but it does have a decent mix of action, romance and comedy that can get the youngsters excited. Director Bharath, who has returned after a long break, has come out with a good film, but its biggest drawback is slow narration. Nonetheless, Saheba is a well-made film that has enough ingredients to entertain you for two-odd hours.

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Updated: August 26, 2017 — 9:33 am

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