Dharala Prabhu is a Tamil Romantic-Drama Film. Krishna Marimuthu has directed as well as written the film. Krishna Marimuthu has done his first directorial debut in this film. Harish Kalyan, Tanya Hope in the lead roles in the film. This film is a Remake of Popular Bollywood Film Vicky Donor. The film had its theatrical release on 13 March 2020 and opened to extremely positive reviews from the critics and audience
Dharala Prabhu movie is declared as Hit at the box-office till now. With mixed reviews from critics and audiences. When Prabhu is approached by a doctor from a fertility clinic, he agrees to donate his sperm to make some money. While his sperm is highly successful, his own life gets twisted around because of it. While The IMDb rating of Dhrala Prabhu is 6.6/10.
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- Harish Kalyan as Prabhu Govind
- Tanya Hope as Yami Gautham
- Vivek as Kannadaasan
- Anupama as Prabhu’s Mother
- Sachu as Prabhu’s Grand Mother
- R. S. Shivaji as Doctor’s assistant Kaamu
- Madhuvanti Arun as Prema
- Namo Narayana as Minister
- Siddharth Venkataraman as Kavya’s Father
- Nanditha Sreekumar as Kavya’s Mother
- Baby Nikitha as Kavya
- Prasanna Rajagopalan as Rich Couple Husband
- Lavanya Venugopal as Rich Couple Wife
A shrewd fertility clinic owner convinces an unemployed and happy-go-lucky guy to become a sperm donor. But little did the latter know that it would land him in trouble post his marriage.
Making a remake of a Hindi film which is not an easy task for Tamil with a sensitive and innovative theme. A fine execution is needed to explain a story about sperm donation and make the necessary changes for Tamil Nativity to suit Vicky Donor, and director Krishna Marimuthu has been largely successful in it.
The plot begins with Kannadasan (Vivek), an experienced doctor who runs a fertility clinic in Parry Corner, searching for a healthy sperm donor for his clients who come in with strange demands. After facing many hurdles, he arrives as Prabhu (Harish Kalyan), a care-free youth whose world revolves around football, mom and grandmother. Kannadasan approaches Prabhu as a sperm donor and tells of the need to do it, but the latter refuses him despite repeated attempts of the former to refuse him. But a personal event that occurs in his life prompts him to agree with Kannadasan, after which the physician gets a huge boost in his vocation.
Meanwhile, Prabhu falls in love with Nidhi (Tanya Hope) and they decide to eat hitchhikers. After the initial hiccups due to the different backgrounds of the two families, the couple receives no objection from their parents. But Bhagya had other plans for Prabhu when he came to know that his relationship with Nidhi was on the verge of collapse due to his frequent sperm donation.
Harish Kalyan fits into a role that was easily pulled by Ayushmann Khurrana in the original version. He plays the character of Bhole-Bhale, Boy-Next-Door with ease and shows interesting chemistry with all the actors in the film. Tanya Hope is gracious in her role and gets the right expressions in scenes that require an impact. But it is Vivek who steals the show in many scenes thanks to his one-liners and effortless performance. His character, which has enough comedy and emotion, harmonizes with the script. Anupama and Sachu, also come with attractive performances.
Selvakumar’s enjoyable cinematography provides the mood needed for the film and is another attraction. Some slow-moving scenes in the latter disturb the flow after a point. Better background scores and more effort on emotional scenes made the film a great remake.