Kodiveeran is a Tamil Indian action family drama film written and directed by M. Muthaiya. M. Sasikumar, Mahima Nambiar are playing as the lead pair in this movie. This is the second time that this actor and director joining hands after Kutti Puli. Kodi Veeran is produced by M. Sasikumar’s Company Productions.
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Kodiveeran Movie Cast and Crew details ,News, Complete Details
|Kodiveeran Movie||Cast and Crew details ,News, Complete Details|
|Director of Kodiveeran||M. Muthaiya|
|Release date of Kodiveeran||December 7th 2017|
|Hero of Kodiveeran||M. Sasikumar|
|Heroine of Kodiveeran||Mahima Nambiar
|Music||N. R. Raghunanthan|
|Cinematography Kodiveeran||S. R. Kathir|
|Production Company of Kodiveeran||Company Productions|
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kodiveeran movie Review
We appear to have gone to a phase where a Sasikumar film could either be an all in or all out. After the disappointing Thaarai Thappattai, there was the connecting with Vetrivel. After the amazing Kodiveeran, we got the tasteless Bale Vellaiyatheva. Appropriate from the scene when the performing artist is presented in Kodiveeran, the film gives you the inclination that it could wind up in the ‘miss’ list. Furthermore, when we get to the recess, our emotions about the film are fortified. This positions among the weakest movies in the performer’s vocation.
The reason — its author and executive Muthaiya. Appropriate from his initially film, Kutti Puli, his movies, set in the provincial hinterlands, have spun around hot-tempered men and passionate ladies. He vacillated with Kutti Puli, yet figured out how to hit an adjust with these components with Komban and after that Marudhu. Be that as it may, with Kodiveeran, his equation has turned out to be dated. At the point when the opponent, Villangam Vellaikaran (Pasupathy, who tries his best in a cardboard set pattern of a part) says, “Naan unakku Yaman” and Kodiveeran (Sasikumar, in yet another imposing man-with-an endearing personality part) reacts, “Appo naan unakku Sivan”, their machismo feels empty this time. Also, when Kodiveeran’s sister, Parvathy (Sanusha), gloats, “Aniyayatha thatti kekka Kannan varuvaana theriyaadhu, aana enga annan varuvaan,” it feels so old hat.
The plot rotates around this hovering sibling and sister and how Kodiveeran goes up against Vellaikkaran to spare her significant other Subhash (Vidharth, in a stroll on section), a RDO who is after Vellaikaran’s brother by marriage Adhigaaram (Inder Kumar). There is likewise another sister — Subhash’s sister Malar (Sanusha), who works as Kodiveeran’s adoration intrigue.
Despite the fact that this feels like a natural storyline, the movie could have been drawing in if the coordinated had composed scenes that were only that bit unique in relation to the typical admission. Be that as it may, the issue here is that its each plot point is unsurprising. We realize that each real character that is positive attitude by one means or another be spared by Kodiveeran — for, comfortable starting, we are demonstrated that he IS God to his villagers, and the one character who doesn’t have a lot of a part will wind up dead. We can figure that Vellaikaaran’s sister, the eternity fuming Velu (Poorna, who has put it all on the line, even to the degree of tonsuring her head, for a part that serves her somewhat ineffectively) will fuel the hostility between the men, however will take an ‘amazing’ choice at last.
There is some endeavor to loan some specifying, by reporting the way of life and ceremonies of the district (Sivaganga) and Raghunanthan’s tyrannical score continues driving you to think we are seeing something epic, yet they can’t conceal the drained tropes on which the film is constructed.
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