Starring: Karthik, Praneetha, Santhanam
Direction: N. Shankar Dayal
Music: G V Prakash Kumar
Production: Dream Warrior Pictures
Vocals: Shankar Mahadevan, Sonu Nigam, Saindhavi, Baba Sehgal, Priya Himesh, Velmurugan, Pushpavanam Kuppusamy
Lyrics: Na. Muthukumar, Annamalai, Vivega, Paramu
Saguni is all about a normal guy who works in a company suddenly enters in to politics after a bad incident that happens in his family.
Once he enters politics, all the top brass ministers, wives and son’s of the ruling party are killed and murdered one by one. The twist will be revealed in climax by a thrilled way.
The most awaited film Saguni gets U certificate from the censor board. The film is all set to get released worldwide on 22 June 2012. The Telugu dubbed version of Saguni is also getting released on the same day. After Siruthai comes Saguni. Pranitha and Santhanam are also in the cast.
This time actor Karthi plays the role of a politician with the great sense of humor. Saguni has come out so well and it’s definitely going to be a super duper hit for Karthi, says the director Shankar Dayal.
Saguni Music: Kandha kaara vadai is a competent kuthu with the right dose of engaging mod sounds and rhythmically apt lyrics by Paramu; Shankar Mahadevan is, as usual, perfect. Vella bambaram is a poor and unimaginative rehash of Rahman’s Uppu karuvaadu, while Orambo vandivarudhu’s long-lost twin brother, Pottadhu pathalai works very well as a drunk-kuthu, thanks largely to Velmurugan’s spirited singing. Annachi falls as flat as the politician’s promise it parodies, but Manasellam, despite the gorgeous melody shamelessly aping Rahman again, is a great listen. Saguni sees GV Prakash channeling his inner Harris Jeyaraj, particularly the one who works with director Hari.
Verdict: The songs have all been composed with the sole intention of entertaining the audience. Save the melody, the rest all play to the gallery all the way. Good ‘mass’ album. Fans and movie lovers are eagerly waiting to see Karthi in this different role.