Review by : saravanan
Vishnu Sri Divya R. Parthiepan Soori
Director suseenthiran has proved in the past that he can handle serious and sensitive well. Making his debut with Venilla Kabbadi Kuzhu, Suseenthiran has proved that a movie need not be loaded with commercial elements alone.
A string story with engaging script will make it count.No different is his Maaveeran Kittu. The movie that speaks about the war between the mighty and weak with caste difference as the backdrop conveys a lot. The movie has enough in it to engage audience.
The characters are well-written with each of them having a part to play.Vishnu Vishal, who was introduced by Suseenthiran in Venilla Kabbadi Kuzhu joins for the third time with Suseenthiran. And as his mentor wanted, he deliver his performance.
A role that he would relish in his career. A character well narrated and he does it well. Three cheers to him for getting under the skin of the character to deliver a string performance. Sri Divya as a bubbly young girl does a good show.
She appears in pavada thavani and does well.Parthiban does as super show and as a messiah of the masses, he does iot with aplomb. Watchout for a different story in the film. Kittu is a shrewd student who emerges state first in his academics.
He aspires to become a Collector and bring laurels to his cate. His community is oppressed by a mighty group.There is Chinnarasu (Parthipan) who works for the betterment of his community. Meanwhile, an unexpected situation puts Kittu behind bars and his dream of becoming collector is shattered.
Now, Chinnarasu and Kittu sketch an intelligent plan to bring the much needed change to their community but the battle is not easy.Imman's music is another strong point. It is elevating the script.All said,
Maaveeran Kittu is a movie to reckon with in Suseenthiran's career.
Maaveeran Kittu - Bold & brave