Vijay Sethupathi sets his foot in Chennai with a dream of landing a job in London. Accompanied by Yogi Babu, Vijay approaches a local travel agency in an attempt to get his passport and other necessary documents required to fly out of the country.
One of the biggest strengths of Aandavan Kattalai is its cast. While lead actors Vijay Sethupathi and Ritika have done a decent job, the supporting cast walk away with all the accolades.
Manikandan knows how to deliver a movie with a sensible message intertwined with a bountiful of humor. Aandavan Kattalai is no different and this too, like Kaaka Muttai is an enjoyable ride.
Manikandan is a proven director as we all know, and this film is yet another addition to the director's mettle as a storyteller. The screenplay has been written by three people, Manikandan, Anucharan, and Arul Chezhiyan. The trio has made sure that the film does not deviate from the core plot.
The film is also quirky at places and conveys a socially relevant message beautifully in a realistic manner. Don't go late to the screens as the story starts right from the first scene. Vijay Sethupathi has performed his role with ease and perfection. His dumb acts in the second half will surely be loved by all.
Verdict: A light hearted entertaining film that talks about a socially relevant issue
Vijay Sethupathi is an actor with immense talent, and he has proved his capability to enact the character of any roles with perfection. In this movie too, he repeats the same magic, and it is a sheer treat to watch him on screen. Ritika Singh too did a fabulous job, and her role in this movie can be matched with that of the boxer character which she did in “Irudhi Suttru”.
Just like his previous movie, Manikandan has included all kinds of emotional elements, and this time, he has added a very relevant social message too.
"Aandavan Kattalai” is such a movie which you should not miss on theaters. Watch it and feel the difference