Direction: AR Murugadoss
Cast: Vijay, Neil Nitin Mukesh, Samantha, Satish, Totta Roy
Plot: The movie features Vijay in two diverse but physically ‘identical’ double roles, Kathiresan and Jeevanantham. While Kathir is a crook who is on the run and one having 24 past visits to the jail, Jeevanantham is a sober, educated activist who aims for the improvement of his impoverished village where water is a huge problem.
Vijay has utilised this chance to play different roles in the same film and shows his expertise as a performer in addition to being an entertainer. While Kathir is high on theatrics and is particularly the Vijay that we have enjoyed on screen in lots of mass entertainers, Jeeva is new and non-Vijay in most aspect. Kathir is likely to be a fan favorite while viewers will certainly empathize with Jeeva and his motives. In this aspect, Kaththi is a powerful movie for the actor Vijay.
Review: The Thuppakki hangover carries on in Kaththi for an extent. If Thuppakki seemed to be an ode for the Army, Kaththi is dedicated to the farmers of the land.
All of the actors who perform the crucial senior citizens are convincing. Sathish as Vijay’s close friend tends to make a mark as well. Talking about Anal Arasu’s stunt choreography, it must be a pleasure for Vijay’s fans and the star’s celebrated screen presence and agility come to the fore in these extended treats.
In conclusion, Kaththi is a great production which rides on Vijay’s double roles, the social attention angle and several impactful scenes that are part of the mix.
Overall, Kathi is a good commercial movie with good socila angle and a sure hit.
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