Aandavan Kattalai Review
Vijay Sethupathi deserve a special mention for he bounced back after a string of failures to line of hits.
2016 has ben a golden year for him so far and joining the list is Aandavan Kattalai.
And Vijay Sethupati is no doubt an actor who performs well and when he joins hands with a filmmaker, who manages to weave commercial cinema with right parameters of an art house effort, the end product is no doubt dazzling.
After Kaaka Muttai and Kuttramae Thandanai, is Aandavan Kattalai by Manikandan. And he does come up with a superb stuff on screen.
Produced by Anbu Chezhiyan, the movie has Ritika Singh of Irudhi Suttru fame as female lead while the likes of Yogi Babu, Nasser, Director S.S. Stanley.
Manikandan has take the commercial route with caution and care. Story by Arul Chezhiyan is the real different one. The treatment of the screenplay by the director and his team is the key.
Music is by K and there are nine songs. Interestingly there was no song in his last Kuttramnae Thandanai.
The movie revolves around a youngster who approach a broker to get passport. How he suffers and what all turmoil that he is compelled to face makes up the movie.
How brokers cheat normal people and the aftermath when a guy changes a name on hearing broker’s advice is what the movie is all about.
Vijay Sethupathi is the stalk and cheese of the movie. He fits the role and done it in casual way. Ritika Singh is tailor-made for the character of a journalist.
yogi Babu manage to tickle your funny bone. Nasser as a acting master and S.S. Stanely as a passport broker makes an impressive performance.
George (Lawyer) , Vinothini (Jr.Lawyer), Pooja Devariya (Artiste), Harish Parade (Immigration Officer), Singampuli (House Broker), A. Venkatesh (Vijay Sethupathi’s Uncle), Srilankan Tamil guy (Aravindan) are should mention for their performance.
Aandavan Kattalai is an engrossing tale that never fails to entertain audience.