Maruthu Movie Review & Rating - A Regular Action Masala Flick

Maruthu Movie Review

Directed by Kutti Puli and Komban fame Muthaiah, this film stars Vishal and Sri Divya in the lead. To know whether this rural flick has offered something new and stood out to the expectations of the audience, read the review below:

Release date: 20 May 2016Genre: Action, Drama
Cast: Vishal, Sri Divya, Radha Ravi, Soori, RK Suresh and many othersWritten & Director by Muthaiah
Music by D ImmanCinematography Velraj
Edited by Praveen KL Production company Gopuram Films
Distributed by Vendhar MoviesRuntime: 145 Minutes
Language Tamil CBFC Rating 'U/A'

Quick Glance

What's great?

  • Arrow Icon The lead actors performance

  • Arrow Icon Action sequences

  • Arrow Icon Strong dialogues

  • Arrow Icon Mass screenplay

  • Arrow Icon Strong women characters

What's not?

  • Arrow Icon Not so exciting songs

  • Arrow Icon Highly predictable

  • Arrow Icon Lengthy

  • Arrow Icon Usual rural masala. Nothing new to deliver.

The Cast

The entire cast of this rural action flick has done a very good work. Vishal in his built body has left no stone unturned, his dialogue delivery and body language is very powerful. Sri Divya has meaty role to perform and she plays a strong village girl. RK Suresh makes a great comeback and proves that he is a strong villain with the action sequences and dialogues. Soori as usual entertains with us with the comedy portions.

The Team

Technically this film is just normal. Its an usual rural flick but it has been delivered well. Songs composed by Imman does not excite us though it had a strong background score. Cinematography is noteworthy. Screenplay is massy but the overall film looked lengthy. Dialogues are well written and creates a mass feel. Women characterization is strong and this is not a common factor in films.

Bottom line - A regular rural flick that is highly predictable. Works well for its mass quotient.

Certified Fresh - YES!

Stars - 3/5


Vishal Lends a Helping Hand Again

Actor Vishal has lend his hand for an aged play back singer Sarala Amma. Vishal arranged to pay her a monthly stipend of about Rs.5000 from his Devi Trust.