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Kuttram 23 – Movie review


The film starts of with a double murder in a church where a wife of a leading news channel and the priest is killed in the middle of the woman’s confession. Being high profile case it’s given to AC Vetrimaaran(Arun Vijay). We follow Vetrimaaran step to step in the investigation as it leads to others deaths linked to this murder and finally connecting to a bigger conspiracy. How this case affects his personal life and how he finally cracks the case is the rest of the story.
Kuttrame 23 is an example of how a technically and well crafted team delivers a good film. Kuttram 23 brings out a hidden crime which is happening in the name of medical evolution.The meticulous planning and a well crafted screen play is the strength of the whole film. Arun vijay is perfect for the lead role and the rest of the cast is well chosen and apt for their characters. Arun vijay gives us a memorable performance and he has worked hard for this film.Mahima gives a decent performance , finally Arvind Aakash shows that he can be trusted with decent roles. Thambhi Ramaiah’s character gives comical breaks in between but never goes overboard to disrupt the pace of the film. Finally one film that concentrates just on the screenplay and never deviates in mindless duet songs or item numbers to woo the audience. Kuttram 23 gets 6/10



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Posted by on March 5, 2017 in Movie Review


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Chennai 600028 2nd innings – Movie review


When it comes Venkat Prabhu the only thing first comes to your mind is the Chennai 28, his first film which became a cult classic. Now the sequel is all about how the boys are after 10 years. Well nothing is changed, other than most of them are married and but still are very close friends. Raghu (Jai) is in love and about to get married to Anu (Sana Altaf) .He invites his friends to his wedding in Theni, the bride’s home town. The boys leave to Theni along with their wives, much to the disappointment of Seenu (Prem ji) who thought this would be a boy’s only outing in which they can party all the way. In Theni they bump into Aravind (Aravind Akash) who is in trouble with the local ringleader Marudhu (Vaibhav) who is the also local cricket team captain. To help Aravind the Shark’s team once again gears up to play in a cricket tournament against Marudhu’s team.  How this cricket match changes all their lives is the rest of the story.

Sequels are very unpredictable, even in Hollywood it’s very rare to get it right when the first one is a hit. But Venkat Prabhu nails it as he manages to bring back the same energy as the first one. The plus point is of course the whole gang which still maintains the same chemistry as the first edition and manages entertain the young crowd throughout. Kudos to the whole team. The only flaw is the whole film is that its wet with drinking and party scenes as if there were no other fun in the whole world. The second half has a shade of lag, but it catches up towards the end and finishes fine. Chennai 28 – II innings is an enhanced version of the first edition, both in the technical dept and in the drinking dept . I give it 5/10

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Posted by on December 11, 2016 in Movie Review


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