PS: After Madhavan and Sadha, I think the most screen time in Priyasakhi was alloted to Sadha's waist and navel!
The movie starts promisingly with a very nicely picturized , that introduces us to Madhavan's loving family.
The action moves to Dubai by the song's end where its love at first sight for Madhavan when he sees Sadha.
The decision of the judge when Madhavan and Sadha go to court is the exact point at which the movie begins to unravel.
The decision, which by itself is quite unbelievable, is then played for laughs with 'Kovai' Sarala joining the proceedings. They are loud and unfunny and make the section quite unbearable.
Ishwarya, with her gravelly voice, gets several laughs with her expressions and comments.
Her expression when Madhavan's grandma congratulates her on her 'promotion' is priceless.is a marital drama that requires an interesting screenplay to make its tired, cliched story of a clash between a middle-class, family-bound man and his rich, high-spirited wife appealing to the viewer.Director Adhiyaman manages to create such a screenplay but only upto a certain point.The movie then inexplicably takes a nosedive into comedy, chaos and chauvinism.Santhanakrishnan(Madhavan), Sakhi for short, works as a manager at Hyundai.At the same time, the quarrels and cuddles between Madhavan and Sadha make them a very believable newly-married couple.