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Oru Kidaariyin Karunai Manu Tamil Movie Review, Rating

- 2.5/5
Oru Kidaariyin Karunai Manu Tamil Movie Review, Rating

What Is Good

  • Rural backdrop
  • Casting
  • Humor portions
  • Message conveyed
  • Music

What Is Bad

  • Editing
  • Cinematography
  • Screenplay
Bottom Line: A notable different attempt in Tamil Cinema!

Story

The story begins with the people of a village moves with their family members to a neighboring place to offer the goat to God as a sacrifice along with newly wedded couple. There happens some untoward incident death and there comes the twist in the story. The entire family plans to hide the murder incident and watch the rest of the movie to know what happens next.

Star Performance

Suresh Sangaiah had made the direction for the movie, where actors like Raveena, Vitharth, George, Hello Kanthasamy, Krishnamoorthy and Jayaraj have acted in leading roles. Moreoever the movie’s main attraction is the bunch of eccentric characters with colorful names like Yezharai, Oor Muzhungi, Seval, Kunjukkari, Arumpaadu and Vengala Thonda. And the cast, largely comprising unknown or less-familiar actors, is wonderful.

Techinical Team

The story is made in a village background and the music is aptly made for the movie. The cinematography is dull and the characters makeup and costume is perfectly made. All the actors have acted well and have proved their individuality. The song is narrated as a farce, and that sets up the tone of the film, which is also about a ‘murder’ and the attempts of the people of Naduvampatti to cover it up. 

Analysis

The movie has a portion of comedy, thrilling moments and rural life drama movie. Similarly, when the question of someone surrendering to the police comes up, everyone decides it should be the driver because he isn’t one among them. They even assure him they would take care of his family in his absence and even buy him a lorry once he comes out of prison. The director has brought a message that we should not slaughter animals in the name of tradition. It is only later, in the climactic courtroom scene, that we realize the significance of this shot. In this age of outrage, people have also become a herd.

Cast & Crew

3 / 5 - 677
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