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Director AR Murugadoss's masterpiece Kaththi is running successfully in theatres and is expected to join the 100 crore club very soon. Ilayathalapathy Vijay's performance, George C Williams' cinematography, Anirudh Ravichandran's BGM proved to be a success formula for the movie. In this movie, Murugadoss has taken latent problems faced by the Indian society because of which our economy is lagging behind and he definitely deserves a special mention for his marvelous effort.
The problems highlighted in the movie are :
The director has brought to notice about water famine in the city in a very distinctive manner. He has depicted this problem's significance by comparing the lavish usage of water between the people belonging to higher class with the villagers who finds it difficult to acquire water for their basic needs for years.
There is a dialogue in the movie delivered by the Villain (Neil Nithin Mukesh) he says "Everyone has their Own Price Tag". It clearly indicates the corruption embraced by the Government officials. He also indirectly says that corruption is the primary reason behind the lagging economy of our Country.
Renovating Senior Citizens Energy
Murugadoss questions the diligence of senior citizens in this movie by surfacing examples of Thanthai Periyar, Mother Teresa and Mahatma Gandhi who have served others tirelessly even at the dusk of their life which bestows a renewed energy to all elder people. He also mocks the young generation by saying that they are not responsible enough to plant a single tree and that they depend on the shelter and food by the trees planted by their ancestors.
Another dialogue in the movie says that the only path known to the farmers to grab the attention of TV and press is mass suicide. This questions the careless attitude of media people who cares only about sensational. Again he criticizes the media by saying, media people will only come after a farmer's death but not to prevent his death. He depicts the poor farmer's plight by saying "Unga munnadi arisi kondu vara therinja engalukku, kashtatha kondu varra theriyala" which had an emotional impact on the audience in the theatres.
Villain (Neil Nithin Mukesh) delivers a breathtaking dialogue he says, Corporate is a spider's web and the insects that have fallen prey to it are villages. This explains the power of a Corporate. Murugadoss believes that with corporate companies growing day by day, villages will be completely annihilated and we won't be getting food with ease like we do today.