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Myanmar (aka) Burma Report
Myanmar is a mystery by Dharanidharan with Michael, Atul Kulkarni, Sampath and Reshmi Menon in the lead parts. The Sudharshan Vembutty financed the movie under his Square Stone Pictures name. Myanmar is the story of a man who lives by confiscating a vehicle. This movie is mainly about one of his confiscating orders and the many thrillers that are connected with this one ace.
Michael as Burma aka Paramanandham, with his robust, moustached but clever appearance, fits the personality well, to start with a good touch. Reshmi Menon, on the other side, is playing the typically bubbling Tamil girls and gives the otherwise so intensive theme the necessary charme and the necessary softeness. Guna is Sampath, Burma's competitors are bent, and he looks very good in this kind of game.
Settu Atul Kulkarni, the chief is very persuasive. And the other plus is that the picture was packed in a default Gang-ster style that seems to be working quite well lately. Featuring eye-catching automobiles and outfits, funkily played tunes, robust men, necessary heroic deeds and lavish graphics, the picture looks slim and classy.
Sud Harshan M. Kumar's backing tracks are strongly inspired by modern West musical styles and fit in very well with the game. When it comes to Yuva, they are full of screen and unbelievably new. At the beginning of the film, a firm point of view, surrounded by the top of a wind mill, is quite simply the climax of the innovations we are alluding to.
In the first half of the film there is also a serious shortage of commitment, with the placement of songs play a big part. Although the seniors Atul Kulkarni and Sampath have done unbelievably well, you might have the feeling that they are not accustomed to their best. All in all, Burma has a different history to tell.