Prince Movie Review: In this comedy, cast is the only thing to hold onModified On: 21 October 2022 | Reviewed By: Team Moviekoop
Storyline: An Indian man falls in love with his British colleague, but given that his grandfather was a freedom fighter, whether he will convince his father of the match is the story.
Review: The plot revolves around Anbu (Sivakarthikeyan), a teacher in a small town, who falls in love with Jessica (Maria Ryaboshapka), a British girl.
The catch here is that his father, a very progressive man, is unable to accept this romance because his own father fought against the British. Perhaps Anudeep and Sivakarthikeyan felt that this silly line would translate into something truly funny, but sadly, here, things fall flat.
There are a few stretches that offer a glimpse at the promise this subject might have presented to the makers. Like a scene involving a bottle gourd, a go-for-broke PJ-filled scene at a police station and the climax. But in between such moments of inspired silliness is not inanity but dead air.
The cast is the only thing to hold on but with the material hardly offering anything to help , they could only try. Even Sivakarthikeyan, who turns on the comic persona from his early films that made him a star, could only just keep the thing going!
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