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Tamil Movie Boss Engira Baskaran Review

Posted by on Sep 10, 2010 | Leave a Comment

Boss Engira Bhaskaran is a Tamil romantic as well as comedy movie which was written and directed by M. Rajesh of Siva Manasula Sakthi fame. The film is produced by K. S. Sreenivasan’s Vasan Visual Ventures, scored by Yuvan Shankar Raja and filmed by Sakthi Saravanan. This movie is released on 10 September 2010. This movie is revolved around a young man, Bhaskaran who is young man “lives” for other people always going on errands even he is neglecting his own life and career.

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Engira Baskaran Movie story synopsis:

Bhaskaran is a boy whose is too weak and one day he is on the way to his exam hall to appear in his English (arrears) exam, which he has been trying to pass for the last five years. Bhaskaran has prepared some materials for malpractice which are secretly placed all around his clothes at the exam hall. Bhaskaran meets Chandrika (Nayantara). He is attracted to her charm and he a conversation with her and eventually reveals that he is going for an exam with copying materials. Bhaskaran is surprised to see Chandrika as an invigilator at the exam hall and tries to hide. But she clutches all his materials and as a result, Bhaskaran leaves without writing the exam.

In the interim, Bhaskaran’s elder brother Saravanan, a veterinary doctor who falls in love with banker Shanmukha Sundaram’s daughter Nandhini and make a decision to marry her with her parents’ approval. At Nandhini’s house, Saravanan sends Bhaskaran and his mother for the ‘bride seeing’ ceremony. Chandrika enter in the ceremony when they are about to leave. She said, “Nandhini’s younger sister.”

Although shocked, Bhaskaran sees this as an advantage as he will now have more opportunities within the home circle to meet her and try to win Chandrika’s heart. Later, Saravanan-Nandhini’s marriage takes place.

Bhaskaran proposes to Chandrika for marriage after some interesting sequences but she deny, saying her marriage would be decided by her elders. That’s why, Bhaskaran meets with his sister-in-law Nandhini, who promises that she would encourage the alliance only if Bhaskaran gets a good job. At Bhaskaran’s house, it becomes a big issue and everyone criticizes Bhaskaran for even thinking about marriage when he has neither a degree nor a job. Annoyed by this criticism, he leaves the house after challenging that he would earn plenty of money in six months and will marry to Chandrika. What happens next forms the rest of the film.

Review of the film “Boss Engira Baskaran”:

Though the song starts off with a Sankarabaranam bit, the song appears to switch gear into Harikamboji. If it is so, then it must be ranked with one of the many lovely Harikamboji pieces that Ilayaraja has turned out. Peppy and well-rendered, this ‘courtship’ song has suitably subdued thavil and native drum accompaniment.

This movie is of lighthearted introduction of the hero who conforms to the present ‘college-goers’ tradition. Delightful arrangement of live percussions adds easy gaiety to the song. Based on the Karaharapriya scale with the lightest touch of Harikamboji, this song is sunny-especially the two music interludes before the charanams and the neat use of the ‘ma’ swara.

Talking about the songs, the title song ‘Bossu Bossu’ is a peppy number shot across the street of town. This song is quiet similar to the number ‘MGR Illainga’ from ‘Siva Manasula Sakthi’. ‘Yaar Indha Penn’ is a mellisonant number when you first time hear this song you will grab. ‘Thathi Thaavum’ hop-skips into a different genre of western touch while rest of the songs ‘Ayile Ayile’ and ‘Kumbakonam Vethalai’ are on different strike.

Director: M. Rajesh
Producer: K. S. Sreenivasan
Writer: M. Rajesh
Starring:

  • Arya as Bhaskaran
  • Nayantara as Chandrika
  • Santhanam as Nallathambi
  • Vijayalakshmi
  • Rajendran as Velpandi
  • Panchu Subbu as Saravanan
  • Lakshmi Ramakrishnan
  • Chitra Lakshmanan
  • Jeeva (Special appearance)

Music by Yuvan Shankar Raja
Cinematography Sakthi Saravanan
Editor: Vivek Harshan
Studio Vasan Visual Ventures
Distributor(s): Red Giant Movies
Ayngaran International
Release date: 10 September 2010
Country: India
Language: Tamil

Tracklist:

Song Name:“Ada Boss Boss”
Singer: Sathyan
Length: 3:58

Song Name:“Yaar Antha Penthan”
Singer: Haricharan
Length: 5:01

Song Name:“Thathi Thaavum Paper Naan”
Singer: Karthik
Length: 4:44

Song Name:“Iyley Iyley”
Singer: Vijay Prakash
Length: 5:04

Song Name:“Mama Mama”
Singers: Vijay Yesudas, Shweta Mohan
Length: 4:16

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