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Kathakali Telugu movie review, rating
Vishal flick titled Kathakali hit theaters as a Pongal treat to fans. The Pandiraj film is releasing in Telugu today.Before we tell you more about Kathakali, let\'s take a peek into the production crew.
Vishal's flick titled Kathakali hit theaters as a Pongal treat to fans. The Pandiraj film is releasing in Telugu today.Before we tell you more about Kathakali, let's take a peek into the production crew...
Directed by: Pandiraj
Produced by: Pandiraj, Vishal
Written by: Pandiraj
Starring: Vishal, Catherine Tresa
Music by: Hiphop Tamizha
Edited by: Pradeep E. Ragav
Production company Pasanga Productions, Vishal Film Factory
Distributed by: Sri Thenandal Films
Plot: (Vishal) who returns to Cuddalore after five years from the US for his wedding. It's then we learn of his and his family's rivalry with a local gangster Thamba. Amudhan is getting ready for his marriage to Meenukutty (Catherine Tresa) when his brother asks him for Rs 2 Lakhs for something urgent. He then heads to Chennai to shop for the wedding and bring Meenukutty. During this time Thamba is murdered in Cuddalore. Thamba's men suspect it is Amudhan and his brother who are behind this and the police start investigating. Who really killed Thamba? How does Amudhan find the murderer forms the rest of the story.
Review: Although the story gives you a deja vu feeling, Kathakali is visually appealing with characters etched out well not to mention that the film story is pacy too. It's more a thriller than an action flick.
Verdict: Worth a watch