- 2 hr 17 min
Orange is a 2018 romantic comedy-drama film directed by Prashant Raj and features an ensemble cast led by Ganesh, Priya Anand, and Avinash. The film begins with a love triangle between three childhood friends in college: Krishna (Ganesh), a happy-go-lucky guy who falls for Radha (Priya Anand), a bubbly and outgoing girl, but is also liked by Saiprakash (Avinash), a studious and sincere student. Krishna's attempts to woo Radha go in vain as Saiprakash wins her heart, and they eventually get married. Years later, Krishna and Saiprakash meet again at their college reunion, and Krishna discovers that Saiprakash's marriage with Radha seems to be falling apart. Sensing an opportunity to win Radha's love, Krishna starts helping her with her marital issues and slowly begins to rekindle his romance with her. The rest of the film revolves around Krishna's attempts to win Radha back and how he deals with Saiprakash's anger and jealousy. Orange is a refreshing romantic comedy-drama that offers a unique perspective on love and relationships. The film explores the themes of love, friendship, jealousy, and second chances. The film has a well-written script that offers plenty of witty one-liners, hilarious situational comedy, and emotional moments. Ganesh delivers an excellent performance as Krishna, the happy-go-lucky guy who never seems to take anything seriously, but is always there for his friends. He brings a sense of charm and energy to the character and makes it easy for the audience to root for him. Priya Anand is equally impressive as Radha, the bubbly and outgoing girl who is caught between her love for Krishna and her loyalty to her husband. She brings a sense of freshness and liveliness to the character and shares great chemistry with Ganesh. Avinash delivers a strong performance as Saiprakash, the sincere and studious student who marries Radha, but is unable to keep her happy. He captures the emotions of a man who is struggling to hold on to his marriage and brings a sense of depth and complexity to the character. The film's supporting cast is also noteworthy, particularly Sadhu Kokila and Rangayana Raghu, who play Krishna's friends and offer great comic relief. The film's music by S. Thaman is another highlight, with catchy tunes and foot-tapping numbers that add to the overall entertainment value of the film. Overall, Orange is a well-made film that offers a fresh perspective on love and relationships. It is a perfect blend of comedy and drama that offers plenty of laughs and emotional moments. The performances of the lead cast, along with the strong script, make this film a must-watch for anyone looking for a good romantic comedy-drama.