On the other hand, Andrea Jeremiah is a single mother after getting separated from her husband. It is at this time when her path crosses with Vasanth Ravi when a rainstorm comes down on them on their way and they take shelter on the roadside. This is when they start talking and tell the stories of their lives. After that, they begin talking to each other frequently and Vasanth eventually proposes to her. Although Andrea rejects his advances initially, she accepts him as time goes by. However, Vasanth, who initially posed no qualms over Andrea's lifestyle gradually begins questioning her decisions. He also constantly questions her when people call her over the phone and this leads to their relationship getting damaged further. As a result, they break up and go their separate ways. The rest of the plot revolves around whether the two patch things up with each other and the various obstacles in their paths.
Despite being his acting debut, Vasanth Ravi has delivered an exceptional performance. There are few instances in the film where he has lived the role and this is a testimony that he will be a powerhouse talent. Andrea Jeremiah has been very choosy in her roles and this is a standout for her as she has breathed life into her character. She proves that her character is no way inferior to any man and delivers a knockout performance as required for the story without going overboard at any point of the narrative. Anjali pulls off her role with ease and the same can be said about the role of the police officer essayed by the film's producer, Sathish.
Director Ram has not only proven his credibility as a filmmaker yet again, but has challenged himself by crafting a story that appeals to modern day audiences. This kind of a film can only be made through observation and that is clearly visible in the narrative as it is fresh and doesn't meander at any point. He has shown how women have been given quite a lot of freedom in the age of globalization along with the various problems both married as well as unmarried men go through in their lives. This film throws light on the issues the current generation is facing in a fantastic manner.
Yuvan Shankar Raja's songs are highly enjoyable and he rises higher yet again with his fresh background score that blends in beautifully with the story. Theni Eswar's cinematography skills come to the fore and are on point as he has shown Chennai and the lifestyle of its youth in a spectacular manner.
In short, Taramani is a must watch for this generation.