Kutti Devathai Movie Review

  • By: nettv4u.com
  • Review for the film: "Kutti Devathai"
  • Runtime: 2 Hours 17 Minutes
  • Certificate: UA
  • Released: 21-02-2020
  • Genre: Drama, Family
2 / 5.0

Kutti Devathai is scripted and directed by K Alexander. The music composition is by Amudha Bharathi and the cinematography is by Suriyan and Naushad. The movie has the star cast of Vela Ramamoorthy, Chozha Vendan, MS Bhaskar, Vasu Vikram, Teja Reddy, Gayathri and Baby Savi.


Vela Ramamoorthy is the leader of his village and his community. He doesn't like inter-caste marriages and is entirely against it. He even attacks the people who do inter-caste marriages. He has to face the same situation in his house, as his son Chozha Vendan loves Teja from another community. When Ramamoorthy comes to know about this, he warns his son, but the lovers elope from their house and get married. Teja delivers a beautiful baby girl. But Ramamoorthy's anger on them didn't quench and hence he sends people to kill his son and daughter in law. However, Chozha escapes with his kid thinking that his wife is killed. He escapes to a city and works under MS Bhaskar. After a few years, MS Bhaskar makes Chozha his son in law. When his life goes like this, Teja, who was assumed as dead, comes alive and she explains how she escaped and wanted to reunite with her husband. Now Chozha is pushed to a delicate position. What is his decision? With whom will he continue for the rest of the life? Did Vela Ramamoorthy step down from his caste hysteric? Watch the movie to know the rest.

Star Performance

All the stars had done their part well. Teja and Gayathri had a mini competition in performing and baby Savi is good too. Vela Ramamoorthy is perfect with this character and so do MS Bhaskar.


We have seen a lot of scripts based on the communal clashes and this is one among them. All the stars had performed what is offered to them. But, this is a predictable story and the climax is different. As the senior stars are involved in the movie, the audience managed watching it because the lead stars in the film are not familiar to the public. The screenplay should have been designed better with some gripping sequences. The music is not much impressive and the cinematography is quite ok.

What's There?

  • The performances of the experienced stars

What's Not There?

  • The screenplay is not gripping
  • Predictable sequences lower the movie-watching experience


If the director had inserted some impressive scenes with a strong screenplay, the movie might have attracted the audience. If you don't have any movies to watch this weekend, you could try this!

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