The latest romance film from Prakash Raj offers a refreshing experience to the viewers; and for the gourmets, there is hardly any recent flick that can offer a better entertainment than Un Samayal Arayil. The film is portrayed on the relationships and day to day emotions and is presented with a suitable amount of commercial touch. Un Samayal Arayil is a remake of the super hit Malayalam movie Salt N’ Pepper by Aashiq Abu. It is a trilingual which has been shot and released simultaneously in Tamil (Un Samayal Arayil), Telugu (Ulavacharu Biryani) and Kannada (Oggarane). The lead role of the romantic film has been played by Prakash Raj himself, and Sneha. Tejus, Samyuktha, and Urvashihave played other significant roles in the film.
The film shows Kalidasan played by Prakash Raj, as an unmarried middle-aged archeologist, who lives with one of his distant relatives and his cook. Kalidasan is completely mad about food. On the other hand, Gowri, played by Sneha, is portrayed as a dubbing artist, who is also a crazy foodie. Her love for food comes from herdeep love towards her late mother who was a great cook. The duo has passed their conventional marriage-age and persists to live single. A misdialed call by Gowri, introduces them on a bitter note, but with time the bitterness is vanished and they became friends due to their mutual love for food. After many talks over the phone, finally they decided to meet but send more desirable proxies for making a better impression. Kalidasan sends Naveen played by Tejus, and Gowri sends Meghna played by Samyktha Hornadfor their first meet. The rest of the story goes on solving the confusion created by the proxies.
Though the introduction of the villain into the plot seems quite unnecessary, and the second half of the film stretches a bit longer, but overall, Un Samayal Arayil is a film that is different and can be a great watch.
Un Samayal Arayil Tamil Movie Review– A Foodie Entertainer