Major problems arise due to these petty issues but they have not been showcased properly.By the time you get to the climax, you are already stressed out with the boring narration.Continuing with the trend of dubbing films, yet another Tamil film which has been dubbed into Telugu is Manmadhan for Sale.
Nisha loves dance and her ultimate dream is to win the prestigious dance competition in London. To know answers to these questions, you need to watch the film on the big screen.As time passes by, Arjun starts disliking Nisha’s dominating nature and her love for dance. Plus Points:- One of the basic plus points of the film is the interesting story line.To make things work, they enter into an agreement and marry each other. A simple boy falling in love with a realistic and mature girl, these elements have been showcased well during the first half.Yesteryear actress, Shobhana impresses big time with her cameo. Interval block and some emotional scenes during the second half have been executed well.Arjun, who’s an Indian, and moreover a Tamilian by birth, aspires to change Nisha before marriage.
Nisha, born and raised in London, is completely against culture and society.
With her dance competition just three weeks away, Nisha should choose between her life or dance partner. presents itself as a modern-day love story, but it definitely isn’t.
The film is a desperate attempt to catapult the actor’s image to one of the best dancers in the film industry, while Varalaxmi proves her mettle as one of the best dancers in the newcomers’ category.
Yes, after the grand success of Vinnaithandi Varuvaaya, offers are being showered on Silambarasan.
But the actor now seems to be more choosy in selecting roles.
But on the contrary, he crushes his own philosophy by proving that if one gives in to adjustments, then he or she will suffer its consequence forever.