Axess Film Factory produces this film that is written and directed by Sathish Selvakumar.
An interesting and bold premise, the first half of the film has its instant appeal in the typical exhibition of bachelors antics and unconstrained lifestyle. They at some point do go baroque and it takes some convincing to agree with the characters on screen. The movie slowly and surely launches itself into a tight spot towards the interval raising expectations for the second half. From a promising first half the second half dives nose down. The courtroom scenes are silly and then on the film goes awry.Logic is a causality while corny indulgences and cinematic liberties take over.The tables are turned to accentuate the male lead thereby messing up everything the film set out to be by playing to the gallery. The climax too peters out.
GV Prakash is okay in his single dimensional role. Divya Bharati is the surprise package though she has little to do in the second half.The rest are decent.
Theni Eshwar’s cinematography is neat. Siddhi Kumar’s background score is from the top draw. The songs too are good. Editing could have been sharper. Dialogues are okayish and direction is good.
BACHELOR just about manages to make it..
BACHELOR – PASS !!