Synopsis/Plot : Blossom of love, fun and lots more between Siva and Sakthi.
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SMS: not worth a place in your inbox.
There is nothing new in the plot. It is the presentation that has to save the day. Jeeva walks through a role that has too little for him to do. Debutante Anuya hardly does anything to impress. Santhanam too is another case of under utilization, but there are a couple of scenes where the humor is en...(more)
Source: Editorial Board, Behindwoods.com
Siva Manasula Sakthi (SMS) treads a safe path. It does not take itself seriously, and more importantly, debutant director M Rajesh has chosen to present a comic skit. And it works to some extent in the first half at least. For the rest, he has leaned on old films to give a fillip to what is now stan...(more)
Source: Editorial Board, Times Of India
Another time-pass , run of-the-mill film.
It's the script that is silly; blame it on the dialogue and situation. Yuvan's music is peppy, but picturisation is tacky. There is no chemistry between the lead pair. Jeeva is a joy to watch but has a tendency to go over the top. However at the end if you come away smiling it's only because of the ...(more)
Source: MovieBuzz, Sify.com
A clichéd SMS.
Directed by debutant Rajesh M, the film has romance loaded heavily inter spread with comedy. Unfortunately in taking this conscious path, the director seems to have lost track of the screenplay. Beginning with a brim of hope, it loses its way in the middle only to end on a clichéd path. However had ...(more)
Source: Editorial Board, IndiaGlitz.com
Youthful all right, but could have had some substance too.
Liveliness with a capital 'L' marks debut-making writer-director M.Rajesh's venture, Siva Manasula Sakthi. No doubt, 'SMS' has enough ingredients to lure youth; sustaining their interest throughout is another issue. Rajesh's dialogue sparkles with intelligence and his direction reveals that he’s a t...(more)
Source: Malathi Rangarajan, The Hindu
A good experience.
'Siva Manasula Sakthi' is a youthful entertainer. SMS will definitely make you enjoy the experiences. With his local lingo, casual attitude and typical youthful behavior, Jeeva is the one who steals the show. Yuvan's tunes are full of stylish raps and rocking music. Camera by Sakthi Saravanan travel...(more)
Source: Editorial Board, galatta.com
Jeeva better than santhanam ..jeeva ..sparkles good fun ... overall good fun film (more)
|No.||Song Title||Lyric Writer||Performer(s)||Listen here|
|2||“Oru Adangapidari”||Shankar Mahadevan, Shweta Mohan|
|3||“Eppadio Maatikiten”||Clinton Cerejo, Nruthya|
|4||“Oru Kal”||Yuvan Shankar Raja|
|5||“Thithikum Theeyai”||K. K., Shweta Mohan|
|6||“Oru Kal (not featured in the film)”||Adnan Sami|