Review by : Lakshmanan Dhoni
Vijay Sethupathi, Tamannaah, Aishwarya Rajesh, Srushti Dange
Yuvan Shankar Raja
Vijay Sethupathi is one such actor who does any role given to him with ease and elan. The actor who had done varied roles his career so far is admired and adored for his acting skills.
In a short time, he had done one but many types of characters that took him close to the masses. And he should be thanking Seenu Ramasamy for giving him the big break in Thenmerkku Paruvakattru.
The two are together again for Dharmadurai. Remember Seenu Ramasamy is a thoughtful filmmaker and his movies including Neerparavai are hailed by critics. Hence all eyes are now on Dharmadurai.
From the word go, it is no run-of-the-mill cinema, not fullfledged commercial masala fare. But works out well among audience for to have a different storyline handled well by the director and performed to perfection by artistes.
The likes of Radhika , Tamannah. Srushti Dange, Aishwarya Rajesh among others chips in well. And the technical team that includes music composer Yuvan Shankar Raja and camera by Sugumar are the highlights.
Dharmadurai (Vijay Sethupathi) is a drunkard who relished booze.His brothers are against him and often chides him.Dharmadurai insists his mom (Radhika) that if at all he should stop drinking, his brothers should end their lives. But the brothers plan otherwise.
They keen to end Dharma's life.With the help of his mother, Dharmadurai escapes from the house with some cash. His brothers start to search for him.
Meanwhile Dharmadurai goes to the medical college to find out the whereabouts of his close friends, Stella (Srushti Dange) and Subashini (Tamannaah) and wants to go back into his past life.
What happens then forms the rest.Dharmadurai is a movie that is emotional but provides message with a superlative performance by the cast.
Vijay Sethupathi at his best
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