Kadaseela Biriyani Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Jaison Jacob John
- Nishanth Kalidindi
- Music Composer:
- Vinoth Thanigasalam
- The performance of the stars are neat
- Visuals and BGM are perfect
- Screenplay is excellent
- A few minor flaws
Kadaseela Biriyani is a thriller film scripted, directed, and produced by Nishanth Kalidindi. Vivekanand Kalaivanan co-scripted the film. Vijay Ram, Vasanth Selvam, Dinesh Mani, Hakkim Shah, Abdool, Augustine, Stella, and Arul play important roles. Vijay Sethupathi lent his voice in this film. Judah Paul and Neil Sebastian composed the songs, and Vinoth Thanigasalam handled the BGM. Jaison Jacob John, Hestin Jose Joseph, and cinematographer Azeem Mohammad dealt with the camera department. Ignatius Aswin edited the film.
A couple has three sons. The wife takes care of her father, who is a violent person. The husband leaves the family, taking his youngest son with him, as he doesn’t like violence. But, he was killed by a rubber estate owner. After hearing this, the first two sons decided to kill the rubber estate owner, who murdered their father, a soft-natured person. So, they drag their youngest brother into this. But, the youngest brother doesn’t like violence and could not come out of the situation. Meanwhile, they had to cross the psycho son of the rubber estate owner. What happened to them? Were the brothers managed to accomplish their goal? The rest of the film deals with these.
Vijay Ram has given an excellent performance. Vasanth Selvam is fantastic with his role, and Dinesh is good too. The rest of the cast had done justice to the assigned roles.
The writing is the biggest plus in the film. The characters are penned well. The stars are cast perfectly, and they didn’t disappoint the makers and the audience. It is worth mentioning that there is nothing cinematic. The dialogues should have been better. The visuals are simply stunning, and the viewers are pulled inside the story with the visuals, BGM, and the narration. The editing is good too.
What’s Not There?
The film has an impressive screenplay, twists and turns, and performances. Although the stars are not much familiar, the film attracts the audience with their performances. Kadaseela Biriyani – Treat!