The movie revolves around the the lives of two TV anchors and their efforts, tactics to increase the TRP rates of the channel.
Ashok Selvan and Jagan work in a TV channel which is incurring huge loss due to unsuccessful programmes. Depressed by the loss, the channel’s MD Karunas attempts suicide and gives the responsibility of running the channel to Ashok and Jagan.
Meanwhile, Ashok falls in love with Bindu Madhavi who is his sister’s friend and tries his best to marry her.
The rest of the screenplay reveals how the ‘happening duo’ Jagan and Ashok, manages to put an end to all the complications in a lively and entertaining way.
Young actor Ashok Selvan has chosen a rom-com flick to prove his versatility and the smart actor has excelled in his realistic acting skills. Heroine Bindu Madhavi looks beautiful and impresses audience with her subtle and casual performance.
Veteran stars like Nassar, MS Bhaskar, Manobala, Karunas have done justice to their roles and Jagan shines in his interesting and important role in the film. Actress Oorvasi who makes her screen presence in the final scenes bags all the appreciation with her excellent acting skills.
The flick’s technical crew has contributed a lot to the film’s success. Selvakumar’s cinematography, Thaman’s music and Ahamed’s editing have added more value to the film. The cinematography is very casual and enjoyable. The songs are catchy and the BGMs go well with the sequences.
Director Sathya Shiva who made a promising debut with, ‘Kazhugu’ has yet again proved his mettle as a talented filmmaker with this venture. He has handled a fun- filled humor scripts with ease and expertise.
In other words, ‘Savaale Samaali’, is an entertaining humor flick which can definitely be enjoyed with the entire family.