Remo – Review by Naveen
Laugh & Love
Sivakarthikeyan is in ultimate form and ‘Remo’ is another step for him towards his journey to superstardom. Slightly deviating from commercial route, he has tried his hands at a different subject in ‘Remo’, but has emerged successful.
Director Bhakiyaraj Kannan, a debutant, has shaped up the movie like an experience filmmaker. However, he could have avoided taking the familiar route, as many scenes sound cliched.
But it is Sivakarthikeyan who lifts the movie to a different level, thanks to his screen presence and performance. He brings the roofs down in comedy scenes. As nurse, he makes us believe he is woman.
Lending him enough support before the camera are Keerthy Suresh, Sathish and Yogi Babau and behind the camera are P C Sriram, Anirudh and Resul Pookutty.
The story: SK (Sivakarthikeyan) wants to become a big actor. He has a supporting mother (Saranya Ponvannan) too. When he attends the audition of director K S Ravikumar, he turns him down saying that he was unable to bring out emotions well.
In the meantime, he falls for a doctor named Kavya (Keerthy Suresh). He also comes to know that she is engaged to someone else. However, he decides to woo her.
SK hatches a plan and disguises himself as a nurse called Regina Motwani (shortly Remo) and befriends Kavya. Does he succeed in his twin tasks of becoming big actor and joining hands with Kavya forms the crux of the movie.
If you are looking for some good entertainment this festival weekend, forget logic and go to a theatre screening ‘Remo’. You may not regret your decision.