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Yaadhum Oore Yaavarum Kelir

Vijay Sethupathi is a Sri Lankan refugee. He wants to become a musician. He goes to London to study at a music college and is caught by the army and imprisoned. A few years later, Vijay Sethupathi, who comes out as a young man, goes to Kerala through Kallathoni. While studying music there, he applied to participate in a music competition in London. But as he has no identification of any country, he takes the name of another person named Krupanathi and goes to Kodaikanal to get the identity of a Sri Lankan refugee. Did he finally get his identity? Participated in the London competition? The film is about Sri Lankan refugees and they have talent. The director has tried to convey the plight of those who have such skills but do not have any identity or recognition. Vijay Sethupathi plays a Sri Lankan refugee. Well acted. He is paired with Megha Akash. Their meeting starts with conflict and ends in love. Otherwise he has no job. Vijay Sethupathi looks a bit disappointing. The director leaves the central story and goes for love and enmity.Magiz Thirumeni, who is a policeman for killing his father at a young age, is on the hunt to kill Vijay Sethupathi. This is something the film doesn’t need. Kanika and actor Vivek are acting well.

Vijay Sethupathi comes to Kodaikanal in search of a new landmark called Kirupanathi.MagizhThirumeni tries to prevent him from getting it because of his personal enmity.
Both Karu Palaniappan and Mohan Raja have limited scenes. The songs in Niwas K Prasanna’s music are not catchy. Background music is ok.

The plight of the refugees could have been more emphatically stated. The screenplay is weak at places. The subtitles are good.

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