Review by : Lakshmanan Dhoni
Sasikumar, Nikhila Vimal, Suja Varunee
Actor Sasikumar has always proved his penchant for producing quality fare. Kidaari which is eighth from his production hut is one more rural mass entertainer.
It has its own moments that never fails to engage masses.Directed by Prashanth Murugesan, the movie stars Sasikumar, Nikhila Vimal, Suja Varunee, Nepolean, Vela Ramamurthy, OAK Sundar among others form part of the cast.
SR Kathir has cranked the camera and Praveen Anthony handles editing. Three cheers to the director who has chosen a powerful storyline that is narrated in a gripping way. The rural milieu, effective dialogues and gripping screenplay make it a racy affair.
And adding strength to the script besides strong performance by the artistes is Darbuka Siva's good music.
Not just the songs but also the background score add strength to the film.All the elements that one would associate with a Sasikumar's film can be seen in Kidaari. And it comes with a right mix of commercial elements in it too.
A village big shot, after surviving a murder attempt, tries to find out who did it. But told with more of bloodshed and violence.In short it is about a village big man Kombiah (Vela Ramamurthy).
And the rest of the story is suspicion falling on those in the village including that of Sasikumar. Interestingly Sasikumar plays a henchman. Almost at every frame there are new charactyers being introduced and the suspicion falls on every one.Sasikumar's special act in a familiar role which he had done several times in the recent past works out well.
Nikhila Vimal as a bubbly innocent girl fits the role to T. Suja Varunee in an emotional role does it well. Be it Nepolean or Vela Ramamurthy, all have given their best try.
The movie has right elements to make an engrossing rural fare. Three cheers to the director and Sasikumar, who pulls it off well.
Kidaari - Sickle show
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