Kanne Kalaimaane Movie Review

Kanne Kalaimaane Movie Review
Kanne Kalaimaane Movie Review
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Kanne Kalaimaane Movie Review

DirectionSeenu Ramasamy
WriterSeenu Ramasamy
ProducerUdhayanidhi Stalin
CastUdhayanidhi Stalin
Tamannaah
MusicYuvan Shankar Raja
CinematographyJalandhar Vasan
EditorKasi Viswanathan
Production companyRed Giant Movies
Running Time128 mins
Release Date22nd February 2019

These days, there seems to be a literal impatience among the audiences while watching few films. The common element of verdict we get to hear from them is the film doesn’t have raciness or there are lack of twists and turns. Friends! It’s a ‘Drama’ genre and what do you expect there. So is Kanne Kalaimaane. But again there are few things that the makers themselves need to promote well. The quotes and statements from filmmaker Seenu Ramasamy might have projected certain things in a different way. Moreover, the film’s title ‘Kanne Kalaimaane’ has a good significance with the film’s theme, which now revealed might turn out to be a spoiler. However, the makers should have strongly promoted this film as a ‘Love Story’. Yes, it’s a matured love story, where it doesn’t take you into lots of upheavals, but it’s like you’re travelling in a passenger train and you meet a married couple, who narrate you their love story. Just be prepared to listen to them and you’ve something to carry back home.

It’s a matured love story, where it doesn’t take you into lots of upheavals, but it’s like you’re travelling in a passenger train and you meet a married couple, who narrate you their love story.

The first hour might look little stretched for Seenu Ramasamy takes a long time to establish the characters. It’s only by intermission they get to express their feelings. Moreover, Udhayanidhi Stalin looks slightly inappropriate to the role of Kamala Kannan, but eventually starts breathing more life into it. Especially, the story gets little gripping by the second hour as all the characters get more substantiality. It’s not just Udhayanidhi Stalin and Tamannaah, but even the other roles – Vadivukarasi, Udhay’s father, Vasundhara and every role becomes strong. The scene where Godman like person who gives prophecies during festivals quits doing it after a deplorable impact is beautifully shown by Seenu Ramasamy…

Yuvan Shankar Raja’s musical score by the final moment are extraordinary.

Sukumar’s cinematography is exquisitely beautiful and his visuals fill the screens with festivity. Yuvan Shankar Raja’s musical score by the final moment are extraordinary. Yet another highlighting trait about the film are the dialogues. There are few dialogues, which give a rare feeling, little emotions with smiles. There is a particular shot, where Vadivukarasi says to her grandson’s wife, “Naan Unna Indra Gandhi Maathiri Nimundhu Porenu Sonna Neram, Delhi ku Pora paaru.”

There is innocence in every character we see in the film. Even the most cruel loan sharks have a positive ending of apologizing.

Overall, Kanne Kalaimaane might have its mixed reception for lots of issues, but if you just be prepared with all such indications, we have given, you’ll surely enjoy the movie.

Kanne Kalaimaane Movie Review
  • Our Rating
3.3

Summary

Verdict: Slow, beautiful and emotional in narration with lots of positivity about human values and love

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