Dulquer Salmaan, Aditi Rao Hydari and Kajal Aggarwal’s Hey Sinamika under the direction of Brindha Gopal has hit the screens on today. Let’s see how it fares.
Story: Aryan( Dulquer Salmaan) and Mona( Aditi Rao Hydari) meet at a coffee shop and exchange their views. Eventually, the friendship leads to their marriage. After leading a happy life for two years, complications in their marriage life start as Mona feels irritated with Aryan’s over caring attitude. To avoid Aryan, Mona brings a physiotherapist named MalarVizhi ( Kajal Aggarwal). Why Mona approaches MalarV to sort out her relationship issues with Aryan? To know that, you have to watch the film in the theatres near you.
Performances: Dulquer Salmaan impresses with his cool attitude as a caring husband. His screen presence and settled performance brings authentic flavour for the film.
Aditi Rao Hydari is cute on screen and her chemistry with Dulquer is presented in an adorable manner. Aditi’s acting as an independent working women adds realistic texture to the film. good and explores the content nicely.
Kajal Aggarwal is okay in her given key role as a physiotherapist but her character lacks proper justification. Looks-wise, Kajal lost her adorable looks.
Technicalities: While the songs by Govind Vasantha are decent, his background score is apt lacks freshness.
The cinematography work by Preetha Jayaraman is good as she presented the entire film nicely. Editing by Radha Sridhar is fine. Production values for this tight budget movie are adequate.
Analysis: Choreographer turned director Brindha Gopal’s core concept of showcasing the relationship complications between husband and wife is nice but her narrative lacks a strong presentation. Adding to the slow-paced narration, the proceedings suffer from demerits such as single streched conversations and unengaging screenplay.
To summerize, Hey Sinamika is a film that explores the relationship issues between the husband-wife thread. Though the lead actors gave a good performance, lack of gripping scene order and rountine template narration makes the film a boring watch.
Verdict: Toxic conversations!