Maaveeran Kittu Review

The title of Suseenthiran’s new film, Maaveeran Kittu, suggests a look at the life and times of the LTTE militant Sathasivam Krishnakumar, who was called Kittu. (This film’s protagonist, played by Vishnu Vishal, is even named Krishnakumar.) And while the broad beats of Suseenthiran’s story are similar – an arrest, a mysterious disappearance – this Kittu is a Dalit graduate who wages a quiet war against caste discrimination in a village in Madurai.

He isn’t even much of a “maaveeran,” at least not the way we know from our cinema. When confronted by an upper-caste elder for “touching” an upper-caste girl (Kittu was just taking her to the hospital), he apologises meekly. He fails in his attempt to teach an upper-caste cop (Selvaraj, snarled by Harish Uthaman) a lesson. He isn’t even much of a protagonist. He’s more a pawn. There’s a fascinating film to be made about this Kittu’s life and times, but Maaveeran Kittu isn’t it.

Viewed from a social angle, any film that talks about the evils of caste and the efforts to bring about equalisation is automatically important. But viewed from a cinematic angle – after all, that is the chosen medium – an important subject isn’t enough. The filmmaker needs to be less of a social activist, more of a storyteller – a compelling one.

Genre Drama
Director Suseenthiran
Cast Vishnu Vishal, Sridivya, R Parthiban
Storyline A young man tackles caste conflicts in his village
Bottomline A drama with very little… drama

Suseenthiran’s only concession to narrative excitement is the little twist that changes our perception of an event. Otherwise, this is a dull drama, shockingly reliant on dialogue to move the plot along as well as make its big points (most of them from Parthiban’s character, a kind of message-dispensing machine). The film begins with a voiceover that lays out the situation in the village, and people keep talking. And talking. The low point is when the Dalits get themselves their own bus, and a little girl exclaims, “Hai! Pudhu bus! Inime nadakka thevayilla.”

There are many narrative threads, but no strong centre around which they cohere. There’s the love story between Kittu and upper-caste Gomathi (Sridivya, who seems speak without moving her lips). Suseenthiran shows us what happens to another inter-caste couple, and those events could have cast a shadow over this romance. There’s the conflict between Kittu and Selvaraj. There’s the activist (Parthiban) who fights for the rights of his people. Then there’s Kittu himself, who’s first seen bathing a buffalo. He dreams of becoming a collector, but move the plot along destiny leads him elsewhere. The film – set, for no apparent reason, in the 1980s – keeps shifting focus. We stop caring.

Characters come and go. Like Soori. You want to ask him what he is doing in the film, but he probably doesn’t know either. Major plot points – where is Kittu? will Gomathi betray him? what will Kittu do at the end? – are treated with such disregard for suspense and drama that you wonder if the film was made from a screenplay or an essay.

Imman’s background score tries to compensate, but it’s too much. Everything is generic – the duets, the situations, the characters. There are no shades. Everyone’s defined by a single, simple adjective. Selvaraj is evil. The Parthiban character is good. Kittu is earnest. Suseenthiran is uninvolved. The audience is too.

Singam 3 music launch: Audio songs

S3 aka Singam 3 music launch

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The audio of much-awaited Tamil movie S3, which is popularly known as Singam 3, will be launched on Sunday, 27 November. The album will hit directly to the stores and online.Studio Green Twitter Account

The audio of Tamil movie S3, popularly known as Singam 3, will be launched on Sunday, November 27.The music album will be unveiled online and then hit the stores.

Generally, filmmakers organise grand events to launch the audio of their films. But the makers of S3 will be doing it without much fanfare. The film marks the reunion of Harris Jarayaj with Suriya; their earlier movies, including Vaaranam Aayiram, produced some memorable songs and so the expectations are no less this time.

The S3 album consists of seven tracks. Javed Ali, Priya Subramaniyan, MC Vickey, Christopher, Dinesh Kannagarathnam, Krish, Malavika Manoj, Karthik, Nikhita Gandhi and Lady Kash have lent their voices.

Pa Vijay, Thamarai, NSK Ramya, Viveka, Dinesh Kanagarathnam and Malavika Manoj, along with Harris Jayaraj and director Hari, have written the lyrics. The album is said to have a variety of songs aimed at all sections of the audience.

Hari-directorial S3 is the third instalment in the Singam franchise. Devi Sri Prasad had scored music for the earlier two movies. But Harris Jayaraj has replaced him in the latest flick.

Produced by KE Gnanavelraja, Anushka Shetty will play the female lead in the film, which has Shruti Haasan in the role of a journalist. Radha Ravi, Nassar, Sumithra, Janaki Sabesh, Yuvarani, Raadhika Sarathkumar, Krish and Soori are in supporting roles.

The film, which will be released on December 16, features Priyan’s cinematography and VT Vijay and TS Jay’s editing.

Kashmora movie review and Rating



Karthi’s Kaashmora is releasing in India on Friday, 28 October.PVP Cinema Twitter Account
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Karthi’s Kaashmora, also spelled Kashmora, is a multi-genre film directed by Gokul. The SR Prabhu-produced movie has Nayanthara and Sri Divya playing the female leads. Vivek, Sharath Lohitashwa, Madhusudhan Rao and many others are also in the cast.

Om Prakash is the cinematographer, while VJ Sabu Joseph has handled the editing department. Santhosh Narayanan is the music director of Kaashmora. He has churned out a few hit tracks like ‘Thakida Thakida,’ ‘Jagadhamma’ and ‘Oyaa Oyaa.’

Karthi plays a triple role in the movie of which two characters (self-obsessed warlord named Raj Nayak and a black magician) have been revealed. The third role has been kept as a surprise for the audience. Nayanthara has enacted the role of princess Nayanthara and Sri Divya will be seen as a PhD student, who is doing a research on sorcery.

Kaashmora promises to entertain viewers with its fantasy and horror elements. The movie travels 500 years back and gets connected to the present-day happenings. Interestingly, the flick does not have romance despite two female leads. The film is set to give a new experience to the Tamil cine goers with its 30-minute period portion. A particular sequence has been shot using 360-degree omnidirectional camera rig and this is the first Indian movie to use this technology.

Going by the trailer and other promotional materials, people may compare this movie with Baahubali – The Conclusion. But the makers of Karthi’s film have clarified that there is no match between two films as Kaashmora is made with much-lesser budget than SS Rajamouli’s flick. The latest flick promises to be a highly-entertaining film.


While the movie released in India on October 28, it saw the light of the day in some foreign countries a day earlier. Below, we bring you the viewers’ response to the movie, which has been simultaneously released in Tamil and Telugu with the same name:

Muhammed Arif: #kashmora first 30 for good..good comedy tracks @Actor_Vivek backs with a bang!!! Liked it!!!
What Mass movie missed #kashmora fall in the correct place with good comedy and neat screenplay..expect nayan entry post interval..

Sidhu: #Kaashmora Interval: On the slower side, but the occasional jokes are keeping it alive. Story picks up pace from the pre-interval scene.

Teejay S: #Kaashmora – first half – waiting for #Nayanthara s entry in second half! And mysterious 3rd character of @Karthi_Offl
#Kaashmora first half – although long. Keeps you entertained. @Actor_Vivek keeps you laughing throughout with @Karthi_Offl.

Dhanush Kodi Movie Review Rating (4/5)

Kodi Movie Review: The Most Awaited flick of actor Dhanush’s ‘Kodi’ released worldwide on October 28th as Diwali Special to actor fans. Kodi is a political thriller film written and directed by R. S. Durai Senthilkumar and produced by critically acclaimed director Vetrimaaran under his banner Grass Root Film Company.The film features Dhanush, Trisha and Anupama Parameswaran in lead roles. The film also stars S. A. Chandrasekhar, Saranya Ponvannan , Kaali Venkat, Singamuthu, Namo Narayana and G. Marimuthu in supporting roles. Santhosh Narayanan composed the music for the film while  Cinematography is handled by  Venkatesh S and Edited by Prakash Mabbu. The distributed by Escape Artists Motion Pictures.Check Out Dhanush’s Kodi Tamil Movie Review Rating Public Talk Audience Response in Detail Below.Kodi Movie Review & Story Plot

Kodi is a political thriller in which actor Dhanush plays a dual role– one is a powerful politician named Kodi and the other is an upright young man named Rishi. The film features actress Trisha Krishnan as Rudra who is the politician and love interest of Kodi and another actress Anupama Parameswaran will be seen as Malathy who likes the Rishi.


Kodi movie story is about a nuclear plant that is coming up near a village,which sets a ball of destruction rolling across the village and the lives of all those involved. Now, who the lead characters Kodi and Rishi will stop the plant construction in village. whether the plant is ultimately built or not forms the crux of the story.

Dhanush is trailing for a hit since his last two films-Thanga Magan and Thodari which are not upto the mark. For every movie he plays unique roles in which he just lives in the character. Now Dhanush has high expectations on ‘Kodi’ film which also releasing Telugu as ‘Dharma Yogi’.

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