Sathya is an upcoming Tamil crime thriller film directed by Pradeep Krishnamoorthy , starring Sibi Sathyaraj, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar and Remya Nambeesan in the leading roles.It is a remake of a Telugu movie Kshanam.
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Sathya Movie Cast and Crew details ,News, Complete Details
|Sathya Movie||Cast and Crew details ,News, Complete Details|
|Director of Sathya||Pradeep Krishnamoorthi|
|Release date of Sathya||8th December 2017|
|Hero of Sathya||Sibiraj|
|Heroine of Sathya||Varalaxmi Sarathkumar|
|Cinematography Sathya||Arunmani Palani|
|Production Company of Sathya||Naathambal Film Factory|
|Latest News about Sathya||Latest News|
Sathya Movie Review
It is the great instance of change citis. Each redo will undoubtedly be joined by symptoms, a series of examinations. This week is by all accounts the revamp week as the Tamil forms of two noteworthy hits from different dialects, Kshanam (Telugu) and Ulidavaru Kandante (Richie) are hitting the screens. The greatest favorable position I had in viewing Sibiraj’s Sathya, the change of Kshanam, was that I was new to the film. Nonetheless, subsequent to stating that, Sathya is a grasping story that doesn’t trade off on the account keeping you contributed till the end. Joined by some incredible music and able exhibitions, Sathya is a decent rebound vehicle for Sibiraj after the lukewarm Kattapava Kanom.
Sathya (Sibiraj) gets a call from his ex looking for some help following four years. He goes to India to meet her and discovers that her girl is absent. Was the young lady hijacked? Did she exist in any case? These are a portion of the inquiries he looks to discover the response for. The screenplay is holding, carried by Sibiraj. The overwhelming hairy look suits the performer; he looks great as the eponymous Sathya and conveys an agreeable execution, notwithstanding a couple of spots where he looks solid. Varalakshmi is a decent expansion. After Thara Thappattai, Vikram Vedha, Nibunan and now Sathya, we can securely say that Varalakshmi has turned into the substance of Kollywood’s meaning of a ‘strong’ lady. It influenced me to consider how it is see her in a part that (doesn’t demonstrate her in a place of quality; something like Ramya Nambeesan’s part in this film. Some something worth mulling over)
Conversational cleverness in Sathya is on dab, on account of convincingly regular exchanges. While it is hard to purchase Yogi Babu as a NRI corporate representative, it is difficult to not giggle when Sibi says “Enaku nadika varathu” and he reacts “Adhan ooruke theriyume!”. Anand Raj’s exchanges are another incredible case, particularly when he goes, “Arai bodhai naaye” in a cross examination scene. The no misrepresentation discoursed helps a tight screenplay that doesn’t give you a chance to turn away. Sathya’s story doesn’t trade off much; it tirelessly adheres to its goal as spine chillers should.
I had preferred Simon K King’s vibe great “Vizhiyile” in Ainthu, however “Yavvana” in Sathya is unadulterated satisfaction. So is grungy “Sangu” sung by the music writer himself. Sathya’s music helps the high-paced show well and should open up more entryways for Simon.
Without the things of being a redo, Sathya is a strong spine chiller. It does everything it can to fulfill the desires of a couple of crisp eyes. The inquiry to consider upon is the means by which loyal should changes be. There are two sides to it — why settle something that is as of now great and then again, in the event that it is sufficient why redo it? A dialog for the future, I presume.