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Hey Sinamika (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating

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Hey Sinamika Movie Details

Hey! Sinamika is a 2022 Indian Tamil-language romantic comedy film written by Madhan Karky and directed by Brinda in her directorial debut. The title of the film was taken from a song in O Kadhal Kanmani. Produced by Jio Studios and Global One Studios, the film stars Dulquer Salmaan, Aditi Rao Hydari and Kajal Aggarwal. Featuring music composed by Govind Vasantha and cinematography by Preetha Jayaraman, the venture began production in March 2021. This film was dubbed in Telugu & Malayalam and was released on the same date with the Tamil version.

Hey Sinamika Movie Cast & Crew

  • Dulquer Salmaan as Yaazhan
  • Aditi Rao Hydari as Mouna
  • Kajal Aggarwal as Dr. Malarvizhi, Ph.D (Psychology)
  • Nakshatra Nagesh as RJ Divya
  • RJ Vijay as Ram
  • Shyam Prasad as Aditi’s Pondicherry Project Colleague
  • Yogi Babu as Pooli Saamiyar (fake priest)
  • Kaushick Gabriell
  • Asiaville Abdulkalam
  • Abishek Kumar

Hey Sinamika Movie Review

For at least the first half of Hey Sinamika, its protagonist Yaazhan (Dulquer Salmaan) appears to be the antidote to the loosu ponnu characters that clutter our screens. He is the househusband of Mouna (Aditi Rao Hydari), who works in construction. He adores her 24 hours a day, seven days a week. He’s the type of man that comes in while she’s in the shower to force-feed her cake! Clearly, his ‘love’ has smothered her. She even arranges a transfer to Pondicherry so she may have some alone time, but he follows her since he doesn’t want her to miss him.

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Enter Dr. Malarvizhi (a miscast Kajal Aggarwal), a relationship counsellor who believes all men are cheaters and has helped many couples divorce. Mouna approaches her only as a last option. The plan is for Malarvizhi to make Yaazhan fall in love with her so that she can divorce him later. Is her plan a success?

Hey Sinamika is most effective when it is lighthearted, bubbly, and playful. The first half of the film has the feel of a stupid comedy and keeps us entertained. The sequences in which Mouna and her coworker Ram (RJ Vijay) plot to get Yaazhan to stop talking are pretty amusing. Dulquer Salmaan recognises Yaazhan as a parody and portrays him as an extremely eager individual. He finds the proper tone for this character, making him lovable rather than obnoxious. Aditi Rao Hydari, who plays the vulnerable Mouna, is also effective, and the scenes between these two performers are lively. We can see Madhan Karky’s fingerprints all over the film, from Mouna’s qualification (paleotempestologist) to allusions of kopi luwak coffee and real-life examples of couples that divorced after decades of marriage. Brinda, who is also making her directorial debut, handles these scenes with a light touch.

However, when the picture becomes more serious, the impression isn’t as strong. The difference in tone, from airy to weighty, is startling. Given the familiarity of the setup, we know Malarvizhi will succumb to Yaazhan’s charms, but the sequences that follow this development come across as excessively heavy-handed, especially given the film’s enjoyment of the ridiculousness of the first scenes. We feel as though we’ve stepped into a separate picture with the same cast. Mouna’s character, who is yearning to be away from her husband, becomes quickly jealous when she sees Yaazhan and Malarvizhi together, which seems weird given how far the film goes to demonstrate how dissatisfied she is with him. These wouldn’t have been difficulties if the shift between tones had been smoother, and if we’d been given a scene or two illustrating how Mouna feels when Yaazhan isn’t invading her personal space anymore. Instead, the film chooses to give us a song, a needless extra that is only inserted to prop up its star!

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Duration: 150 min


IMDb: 6.2

Hey Sinamika (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating
Hey Sinamika (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating
Hey Sinamika (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating
Hey Sinamika (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating
Hey Sinamika (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, Release Date & Rating


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