Gille

Gille

Gille

Tamil film ‘7G, Rainbow Colony’ became a superhit, thanks to a tight script and Sonia Agarwal’s acting. The hero, Ravi Krishna in an unconventional debut, also won many hearts.
With ‘Gille’ (language, language), Gururaj makes a perfect debut.
As the irresponsible, good-for-nothing Gille or Guru, Jaggesh Junior makes full use of his rugged looks, expressive eyes and a sweet smile. Inexperience though is a hindrance in places.

Yuvan Shankar Raja uses the original tune retaining a simplistic charm. Krishna’s camerawork is good.
 ‘Gille’ has a competent cast, with  Srinivasamurthy shining as Gille’s exasperated father. Rakul cannot step into Sonia Agarwal’s experienced shoes, not just because of her inexperience, that too in an alien language, but the dubbing artiste’s hurry to finish her work.

 The director stays true to the original, occasionally straying. The sequential progression is unconvincing sometimes. This and the slackening of pace specially towards the end, are the film’s undoing.

Spiffy dialogues are sometimes delivered in a deadpan manner or without appropriate pauses, ruining some moments.
The story (by ‘7G...’ director Selvaraghavan) though retains enough punch to eventually render shortcomings trifling. Overall, Gururaj gets a whacking launchpad.

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