After almost 15 years, comes sequel for Charlie Chaplin by Sakthi Chidambaram. A fun-filled ride with huge star cast and lots of situational humour, the movie provides a leisure watch. If the first part was about confusion and comical situations between lover couples, so is the same in the sequel. Sakthi Chidambaram sticks to age-old formula.
He tries his best to ensure the momentum is not lost anywhere. Prabhudeva is the flesh and blood of the movie. He is there delivering his best. Comedy comes naturally for him. He is cool as cucumber and not just his dancing skills but his humour sets the tone for the flick.
In a nutshell, the movie revolves around a marriage that is in the verge of trouble as the groom sends an abusive message to the bride under the influence of alcohol. The efforts that he sets out to save the wedding forms the crux. Prabhu who was in the first part plays an interesting role. Thiru (Prabhu Deva), is employed with a marriage bureau. His colleagues at the office are Arvind Akash and Chandana Raj. Finally Thiru's parents decides to get him married.
Thiru falls for Sara (Nikki Galrani), daughter of Ramakrishnan (Prabhu). When their wedding is about to be conducted, Thiru believing his friend's (Vivek) words, sent a message to his fiancee. This lands him in trouble. Another girl, Saara (Adah) comes to the scene. Thiru's wedding gets halted and now what happens in their lives forms the crux. Prabhudeva and Nikki have given their best. They ensure that everything is light and lively.
Vivek and Ravi Maria tickle your funny bone. Amreesh's music is foot-tapping. However loose ends towards the climax and age-old forum la mars the show. For those who love humour sans any logic, Charlie Chaplin 2 is fine.