Iraivi Movie Review & Rating - A hard hitting tale
Iraivi is finally in theaters. A film that talks about womenhood from Karthik Subbaraj. With a huge cast including Anjali, SJ Suryah, Vijay Sethupathi, Kamalinee Mukherjee, pooja Devariya, Radha Ravi, Karunakaran among others. This movie gives you a whole new experience. Read the review below to know more.
|Release date: 02 Jun 2016||Genre: Drama, Family|
|Cast: Anjali, Bobby Simha, Kamalini Mukherjee, Pooja Devariya, SJ Surya, Vijay Sethupathi, Karuna Karan, Radha Ravi, Vadivukkarasi and many others||Written & Director by Karthik Subbaraj|
|Music by Santhosh Narayanan||Cinematography Sivakumar Vijayan|
|Edited by Vivek Harshan||Production company Thirukumaran Entertainment|
|Distributed by Abi & Abi Pictures, Studio Green||Runtime: 160 Minutes|
|Language Tamil||CBFC Rating 'U/A'|
- Top notch cast.
- SJ Surya gives an amazing performance.
- Characters well written.
- Slow paced first half
- Less importance given to Vadivukkarasi, Radharavi and Karunakaran's role.
- Santhosh Narayan's music could have been better
The entire cast and crew of Iraivi has performed well and SJ Surya has proved his acting skills and gets the maximum attention. Vijay Sethupathi gives a different dimension towards acting as he doesn't do anything that you would expect him to do like his other movies but then he fits in well in the character he plays. Anjali does a wonderful job, her role is strong and delivers it perfectly. Kamalini Mukherjee, Pooja Devariya emotes well. Radha Ravi, Vadivukkarasi, and Karunakaran have been given less importance but they ensured that they did their portion well.The Team
Technically this film is top notch. Cinematography is worth mentioning in this film and it grabs our attention and also gives us new experience and they convey moods perfectly. Sathosh Narayan's music could have been better. Vivek Harshan's has handled the scissors well and makes us stick on to this film.
Bottom line - A hard hitting tale that might not impress everyone.
Certified Fresh - YES!
Stars - 3.25/5