Kadaikutty Singam

Kadaikutty Singam – A full-fledged family drama

 

It was indeed a great news when Surya and Karthi came together for a movie. With Padiraj wearing the directors hat and Suriya bankrolling this village based family drama what more exciting it could be?. To know more about this flick and to know if the film stood up to the expectations of the audience, read our review below.

Release date: 13 Jul 2018 Genre: Action, Drama, Romance
Cast: Karthi, Sayyeshaa, Suriya, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Arthana Binu and many others Written & Director by Pandiraj
Music by D Imman Cinematography R Velraj
Edited by Anthony L Ruben Production company 2D Entertainment
Distributed by Sakthi Film Factory Runtime: 147 minutes
Language Tamil CBFC Rating ‘U’

Quick Glance

What’s great?

  • Karthi does a neat job. He fits well in the character.
  • Dialogues are written well.
  • Engaging screenplay.
  • Characters are well etched.
  • Soori’s one-liners evokes laughter.
  • Interesting fight sequences.

 

What’s not?

  • Dramatic at places.
  • Villain’s role doesn’t create an impact among the audience.
  • Songs could have been better.

The Cast

The entire cast of this film has done an excellent job. Karthi plays the lead and he has carried out his role well. He fits the bill and does what is needed for the role.

Sayesha on the other end looks lovely and does a neat job. Soori’s one-liners are excellent and it tickles our funny bones.

Priya Bhavani Shankar gets a meaty role to perform and she excels in it. Sathyaraj’s role isn’t that strong but he gets his moments here and there.

The antagonist create issues for the actor here and there but it doesn’t create a great impact among the audience.

The Team

Technically this film is good. The dialogues are well written and has many engaging factor in it that keeps us in place. The screenplay and good and this plays the major role in this family drama.

The theme music by Imman is good and it goes well with the movie but one would feel that the songs could have been better. Velraj’s cinematography deserves an applause as it sets the right tone. Fight sequences have been choreographed well.

Editing by Ruben needs a special mention as it keeps the pace stable and is a major plus in this movie.

Bottom line – A well written family entertainer. Must watch for the family audience.

Certified Fresh – YES!

Stars – 3/5

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