Kadugu: Worth a watch for its good message and well choreographed climax
Kadugu directed by Vijay Milton has interesting story with Bharath playing the antagonist and Rajakumaran as the protagonist. To know whether the director has impressed the viewers, read our review below:
|Release date: 24 Mar 2017||Genre:Comedy, Drama|
|Cast: Rajakumaran, Bharath, Radhika Prasidhha, Subhiksha and many others||Written & Director by Vijay Milton|
|Music by Anoop Seelin & SN Arunagiri||Cinematography Vijay Milton|
|Edited by John Aabraham||Production company Rough Note Productions|
|Distributed by 2D Entertainment||Runtime: 115 Minutes|
|Language Tamil||CBFC Rating 'U'|
- Rajakumaran is the perfect choice for the role.
- Bharath has given a good job.
- Dialogues are well written.
- Editing by John Abraham is crisp and neat.
- Characters are well written and it is the biggest strength.
- Climax fight scene is worth mentioning.
- Subhiksha doesn't have much scope.
- Slow and tests our patience.
- Music and background by Arunagiri and Anoop Selin could have been better.
The overall performance of all the actors in the film is good. Rajakumaran has worked hard and its visible through his performance especially the Puli dance and the stunt portion in the climax is worth mentioning. Bharath has given his best and with heavy negative shades he has more to offer. Radhika Prasiddha has given a neat performance while Subhiksha has nothing much to offer.The Team
Technically this film is good. Vijay Milton's cinematography is splendid and the dialogues are well written. The screenplay could have been given more attention as it is slow and tests our patience. Editing by John Abraham is neat. Stunt choreography needs a special mention as it has been made well especially the climax fight sequence is well choreographed. Music by Arunagiri could have been better.
Bottom line - With many positive aspects and good message this film is worth the watch.
Certified Fresh - YES!
Stars - 3/5
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