Mookuthi Amman is scripted and directed by RJ Balaji and NJ Saravanan. The film is produced by Vels Film International. The film has “Nayanthara,” RJ Balaji, “TSBK Moulee,” “Urvashi,” Indhuja Ravichandran, LR Easwari, Ajay Gosh and “Mayilsamy” in the cast. Girishh composed the music. Dinesh Krishnan cranked the camera and editing is by RK Selva. The film released on 14th November 2020 as a Diwali special.
Engels Ramasamy is a reporter, who works for a local channel. He stays with his mother, grandfather and three younger sisters. His father, Somasundaram ran away when Engel's mother was six month pregnant with his youngest sister. Engels is the breadwinner of the family. One day, when he prays to their family deity, Mookuthi Amman, she appears before him. Initially, he didn’t believe her. Mookuthi Amman asks him to test her and so, he asks for a huge house and wealthy lifestyle. Soon, he gets all his wishes and then, started believing her. But, God has some other plans for him. There is a godman named Bhagavathi Baba, who cheats on people in the name of religion. God decides to tear his mask with the help of Engels.
Nayanthara is wonderful as usual. Her style and charm attract the audience. Deepa Venkat, the voice of Nayanthara is the soul of Mookuthi Amman. RJ Balaji, Urvashi and the rest of the characters played so naturally.
RJ Balaji tested his hands in direction for the first time with NJ Saravanan and surely he is the winner. The comedy scenes with political touch are brilliantly penned. The cast is perfect and the dialogues are excellent. The BGM and the cinematography are good. Recently, we witnessed horror-comedy films and this is the first film they have made a comedy movie with God as the lead.
The performance of the stars is fantastic
Nayanthara’s presence is the biggest plus
RJ Balaji and NJ Saravanan’s direction is excellent
What’s Not There?
The film is really a complete family entertainer with comedy and sentiment elements. Urvashi and RJ Balaji are perfect in their roles. Nayanthara’s fans get a huge treat with this film. Mookuthi Amman – A boon to the cinema enthusiasts!