Puranagar Movie Review
ORE AST REW
- Nothing is impressive
- Lot of logical loopholes
- Music didn’t impress
- No popular stars
“Puranagar” is directed by Minnal Murugan. The film has Kamal Govindaraj, the gymnastic player in the lead role. Ashwini Chandrashekar plays the leading lady. Sukanya, Anal Annamalai, Theni Murugan, Kathiravakannan, Selvam, Raghu, Ganesh, Dayalan and Tambaram Singam in the supporting cast. Indrajith composed the music and Vijay Thirumoolam cranked the camera.
Kamal leaves his town due to some caste issues and lives on the outskirts of the city. He didn’t get mental peace even in that place. What all the steps taken by the hero to make his life peaceful form the rest of the story.
The hero tried his level best to attract the audience. Probably, it would take some two to three films for him to impress the audience. Ashwini Chandrashekar and Sukanya are the template heroines. Anal Annamalai is okayish with the villain role.
The director hadn’t come with any new topic and this is a usual village script. Similarly, the screenplay is not sensible and there are a lot of logical loopholes. The cinematography is okayish. Music didn’t impress much. If the stars are well-known to the audience and also the screenplay is gripping, the film would have reached well.
What’s Not There?
The script is not new and if the narration had been better with a good set of actors, the movie would have got a decent reach.