Carbon Tamil Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- K L Praveen
- R Srinuvasan
- Dhanya Balakrishna
- Music Composer:
- Characters are designed well
- The lead stars did their best
- Certain scenes needed better writing
Carbon is scripted and directed by R Srinuvasan. “Vidharth,” Dhanya Balakrishna, “G Marimuthu,” Nitish Veera, Munar Ramesh, and Vinod Sagar are cast. Bhagyalakshmi and Ananda Jyothi produced the film. Sam CS composed the music. KL Praveen edited the film.
Shankar is the son of Subburayan, a garbage truck driver. Shankar often gets dreams that hint him the upcoming incidents. Once, he gets a dream that shows him that he would meet an accident. It happened, and hence Shankar started believing his dreams. Later, he gets a dream that his father involves in an accident. That too happens, and he finds no money for further treatment. So, he decides to get a time loop with which he could find the person who made that accident to get money from him for his father’s treatment. Will that happen? The rest of the film follows this.
Vidharth did his best. His expressions and body language are good. It is good to know that it is his 25th film. Marimuthu has got a solid role, and he excelled in it. Dhanya is not given a usual heroine role, and she also has some worthy part to play.
Unlike the time loop movies, this film stands unique. The plot is different, and the actors are given space to emote well. The characters are designed well, and the right people are placed. The editing department needs to be appreciated for the work done. But, some places needed better writing. However, the screenplay is quite engaging and makes the audience watch the film throughout.
What’s Not There?
The film is unique in its style, and the director has done his best in his debut. If some scenes involving Vidharth and Dhanya had been penned better, it would have attracted more audience. However, Carbon is watchable once!