Cast – Naveen, Sentrayan, Rajaj, Kuberan, Oviya, Jayaprakash, Sindhu Reddy, Anupama Kumar
Music – Natarajan Sankaran
Cinematographer – Tony Chan
Editing – Athiyappan Siva
Story , Screenplay , Direction – Naveen
Following Soodhu Kavvum and Neram now joins this movie in the dark comedy genre. This story revolves around four youth who get to meet at a police station. After self-introducing themselves, the four devise a plan to rob one of their relatives and what ensues forms the rest of the story.
Naveen as Naveen – He has done the work professionally as debut lead actor & debut director. Naveen leads the show from the front with his sharp dialogue delivery and screen presence.
Rajaj as Vellaisami – He has performed his character well but he missed the pot of acting, anyhow other characters saved the film.
Oviya – She doesn’t have things to bring out her performance oriented role in this flick. But still she done her job smoothly.
Jayaprakash as Bhaktavatsalan – He played a very sensitive & serious role, but he delivered it with his funny expressions and dialogues pretty good.
Sindhu Reddy as Farzana – She has done a cameo role for “Kannodu Kangal” song sung by srinivas. But her 5 mins role worked very good.
Anupama Kumar – she equally performed good, different character with funny dialogues worked well.
Technical Aspects :
Music by Natarajan Sankaran – He exites you with his unusual songs and has done a very good experimental musical in this flick.
Cinematography by Tony Chan – He has captured the new age Tamil cinema in celluloid and bring out with his sharp camera angles.
Editing by Athiyappan Siva – Flawless editing and makes you engaging till the end.
Naveen, who was formerly an assistant to director Pandiraj has a technical geek within. He worked in every scene and characters brilliantly.
Overall Effectiveness Of The Film:
Moodar Koodam is definitely one of the better Tamil films of this year and it deserves to be watched even though it tests your patience towards the end.