Sandhithathum Sindhithathum is one of the latest movies to hit the screens in Tamil cinema amidst notable releases such as Ivan Veramathiri. The low key movie has been directed by director and actor Balu Ananth who is known for directing some worthy flicks such as Naane Raja Naane Mandhiri and Anna Nagar Mudhal Theru. Unlike the movies for which he is known for, Sandhithathum Sindhithathum is totally unworthy to spend money and watch it in a theater.
Selvam (Sathya) earns as a driver in his friend’s bus company. Gopika (Yudasha) lives in the same house of Selvam’s. As usual, they both fall in love with each other. Gopika’s colleague is a serial rapist and he tries his luck on Gopika but dies in a freakish accident. His father, who is a big shot, misunderstands that it is Selvam who killed his son. Hence, he hires a corrupt cop to chase and kill Selvam in a fake encounter. Can Selvam survive the attack?
The story of Sandhithathum Sindhithathum is not really bad and could have come up well on screen if the execution had been right. However, here is where the director Balu Ananth fails. The poorly written screenplay plays the spoilsport and below the par portrayals by the lead actors and character artists further lets the movie down. Even comedian Ganja Karuppu’s comedy too does not serve the much needed relief, which disappoints the audiences completely. Sandhithathum Sindhithathum is also an example to the fact that an interval twist alone will not save a movie always.