Vasanth gave notice of his talent with his very first movie Keladi Kanmani,
which had a beautifully told, mature love story between S.P.Balasubramaniam and
Radhika as its crux. While movies like Aasai have given him a recognisable name
in the industry, his resume has been dotted with sub-par entries like Appu. He
goes back to his roots with Rhythm, where he once again focuses on a mature
romance between a man and a woman, both of whom hide sadness in their pasts and
find out that they have more than just this sadness in common.
Karthikeyan (Arjun), a photo editor in Bombay, is a widower, having lost his
wife Aruna (Jyotika) a few years back. His parents have only one mission in life
- to see him married and happy again. Chitra (Meena), a Tamil girl whom
Karthikeyan meets, gives them hope. She is a widow, her husband (Ramesh Arvind)
having died too, and also has a son Shiva (Master Aditya). When they exchange
their sad stories, Karthikeyan and Chitra find out that their pasts are linked.
Every stage of the relationship between Arjun and Meena has been told naturally
and with... [ More ]