Thirai Vimarsanam | Raattinam Movie Review

Posted on May 27th, 2012 | Category: Thirai Vimarsanam | Post by: Tamilan
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Thirai Vimarsanam | Raattinam Movie Review | Raattinam Movie Online
Raattinum movie directed by K S Thangasamy reached the screens of Kollywood today. The film Raattinam is produced by Rajarathinam Films and presented by Vendhar Movies. Music director of this film is Manu Rameshan and cinematographer is Raj Sundar,main cast of the film Raattinam includes, Lagubaran, Swathy, Thangasamy etc. Lets read ahead and see how Raattinam movie review goes.

Debutant filmmaker Thangsamy’s Rattinam is out. It carried enough hype and the fact that it was selected for screening at German Film Festival even before its theatrical release aroused greater curiosity. The movie that speaks about rural romance is seemingly inspired heavily by Kadhal. The filmmaker has opted for a fresh cast and the film is more story-driven with scenes unfolding predictable manher till the climax.

If Kadhal was about love between a poor mechanic and a school student that was set in Madurai, Rattinam is almost the same with Tuticorin as its background. Thangasamy has used the geogrpahical backdrop to optimum to ensure the audience get a fresh feel. The romance between a youth and a final year school student is the crux of the movie. Their family background, culture and traditions are narrated well in the beginning. Besides wielding the megaphone, the director has chosen to play a key role in the film, that do have bearing on the script. Ashok (K S Thangasamy) wins the support of his party leader and ensures that his wife gets councillor seat and subsequently wins the elections. His young brother Jayam (Lagubaran) is cool guy who helps him in is business.

Enters Dhanam (Swathy), a final year school student in the same locality. They fall for each other. Dhanam’s father is an officer in the Tuticorin Port and her uncle is a public prosecutor. Fate lands the couple in trouble and turn of events leads to both the families coming to know about the incident.

As the two young lovers are sought to be restrained, the fondness increases. One fine day, they elope from their houses. All hell breaks loose and on their return, they encounter some surprise. The movie ends with a climax that is realistic and riveting. The movie produced by Rajarathinam Films has moments that leave an impact with the audience. It is not loud or gory. It underplays emotions of every character and tries to remain as close as to reality.

Lagubaran as young boy in romance sparkles with his boy next-door looks while Swathy as Dhanam promises aplenty. The rest of the characters including the director himself as hero’s brother play their parts well. The dialogues are the movie’s strength with touch of nativity. The music director Manureshman is average while Raj Sundar’s camera captures Tuticorin port and Tiruchendur temple well.


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