Watch Hara Hara Mahadevaki
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Hara Hara Mahadevaki is a Tamil-language comedy film, released in 2017. It is directed by Santhosh P Jayakumar and produced by Thangam Cinemas. The movie stars Gautham Karthik, Nikki Galrani, Sathish in lead roles, with Karunakaran, Ravi Mariya, Manobala, Mayilsamy, and Rajendran in supporting roles. The film opens with Hari (Gautham Karthik) and Giri (Sathish), two friends who have a love problem in their life. Hari is in love with Yamini (Nikki Galrani), while Giri is in love with Nisha (Bindu Madhavi). The two friends are frustrated as they are not getting a chance to express their love. Hari then suggests they go to Kasi to seek the blessings of Lord Shiva, and hoping that their love problems will be resolved.
In Kasi, the two friends meet a Tantrik Baba (Ravi Mariya). The Tantrik Baba, who is a chronic womanizer, informs them that their love problems will be resolved if they have sex with him. Horrified by his suggestion, Hari and Giri reject the proposal and decide to leave. The Baba, however, curses them that they will never have sex in their life.
The friends are not worried at first, but they soon realize the gravity of the curse when they both get rejected by their respective lovers. Yamini and Nisha refuse to marry Hari and Giri due to their inability to have sex. Hari and Giri then decide to seek help from a sexologist Dr. Aarthi (Vaibhavi Shandilya). Dr. Aarthi is a beautiful girl who is amused by their situation and decides to help them.
The rest of the movie is about how the friends try to overcome their curse and win their love. The film is replete with double meaning dialogues, adult jokes, and slapstick humor. Gautham Karthik's performance as Hari is likable, and he does a good job in the comic scenes. Sathish's role as Giri is hilarious, and he provides ample support to Gautham Karthik.
Nikki Galrani is charming in the role of Yamini, and her chemistry with Gautham Karthik is good. Bindu Madhavi, who plays Nisha, has limited screen time and fails to make an impact. Ravi Mariya, who plays the role of the Tantrik Baba, does a good job in portraying an immoral character like the Baba. Karunakaran, who plays Dr. Aarthi's assistant, offers some comic relief.
The film's music, composed by Balamurali Balu, is peppy and adds to the comedic nature of the movie. The songs are catchy and have a mass appeal. The dialogues, written by Santhosh P Jayakumar, are witty and hilarious. The film's editing, by Prasanna GK, could have been crisper, as some scenes tend to drag on. The cinematography, by Selva Kumar SK, is decent, and the visuals are pleasing to the eye.
Overall, Hara Hara Mahadevaki is a situational comedy that hits the right chord with the audiences who enjoy adult comedies. The film's plot is predictable, and certain scenes may not be suitable for a family audience. However, fans of adult comedies who are looking for some entertainment can give it a watch.