Kuttram Kadithal, a National Award winning movie, has released today all over Tamil Nadu. So what does this movie has to offer? Continue reading our movie review to know.
Kuttram Kadithal Plot:
Kuttram Kadithal comes with a fairly uncomplicated plot, but it's the way this movie has been treated that makes for an intriguing watch.
What happens when a newly married teacher, played by Radhika Prasidhha, loses her cool on the first day of her job which subsequently sends a young student to coma? That's what Kuttram Kadithal is all about as it deals with the complications of human emotions.
While the sad state of a bedridden boy (played by Ajay), causes Radhika and her husband (played by Sai Rajkumar) great mortification, his relatives (mother and uncle) try their best to revive him.
A movie like Kuttram Kadithal demands solid acting and it sure gets what it requires from the whole cast. Special mention goes to Radhika Prasidhha and the young lad Ajay.
Pavel Navageethan as the boy's uncle has come up with a splendid performance and so have other supporting cast like ‘Kulothungan' Udayakumar, Durga Venugopal and Sai Rajkumar.
Kuttram Kadithal is a technical dazzler. No, it doesn't have high end graphics or uber cool camera angles, but what it does have is the brilliant storytelling technique by its director Bramma, some soulful music by Shankar Rengarajan and spine-chilling shots by cinematographer Manikandan.
Sound designer Antony too gets a special mention as it is hard to miss his contribution, for he has given a solid platform on which the entire movie travels.
Kuttram Kadithal is yet another critics' delight from Tamil cinema. But that doesn't rule out its entertainment values and yes the movie comes with a subtle yet hard hitting message.