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Virumbugiren  (2002)  (Tamil)
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Shivan (Prashanth) an aspiring designer's hopes crash when he lands up with the responsibility of looking after his mother and younger brothers with his father's sudden death. Since his father dies while in service, Shivan is forced to take up his fa  Virumbugiren NOWRUNNING REVIEW | (NOWRUNNING)
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Shivan (Prashanth) an aspiring designer's hopes crash when he lands up with the responsibility of looking after his mother and younger brothers with his father's sudden death. Since his father dies while in service, Shivan is forced to take up his father's job as a fire service man. He meets Thavamani (Sneha), a beautiful rustic while on a posting in a village and they fall in love. But the girl's father (Nasser) and the whole village are against the lovers. How the lovers' fight against all odds and win form the rest of this love story. The director has handled the familiar subject in an interesting manner. Mysore, Ooty and Vishakapatnam. The songs are to be shot abroad.

Prashanth excels in his potrayal and Sneha's performance in her first official film is commendable. As the tough father, Nasser has come up with a strong performance . Songs by Deva are not up to the mark. The director has made the best use of the information and experiences gathered by him during the writing of his novel, in his film too.

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0.0 - 1.4 : Poor
1.5 - 1.7: Poor, A Few Good Parts
1.8 - 2.3: Average
2.4 - 2.9: Fairly Good
3.0 - 3.4: Good
3.5 - 5.0: Very Good

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