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Aaivukoodam Movie Review

Aaivukoodam  Movie Review Tamil Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Aaivukoodam"
Runtime: 1 Hour 52 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 14-01-2015
Genre: Comedy, Sci Fi
2.25 / 5.0

CAST & CREW


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Aaivu Koodam has hit the screens silently. Now let’s see what the movie has in store for us.

Plot

Pandiarajan carries out research and learns that a brain transplant surgery can be utilized for safeguarding a capable brain. In this regard, he asks the government to give a nod to perform such surgeries. However, the government doesn’t give green signal since it deals with human lives.

This upsets Pandiarajan, however he is not the one to give up. He decides to prove his studies somehow. Hence, he abducts a differently abled person. He had also ran his car on a boxing player and thus makes use of both these people to carry the transplantation. While the player succumbs to death the mentally disabled person recovers. In the meantime, the families of these two persons are in lookout for them. Watch the movie to know how it unfolds.

Star Performances

Pandiarajan has proved his mettle in comedy but in this film he shines in a serious role. It is always heartening to see artists trying to prove themselves in different genres and Pandiarajan is one such artist. Ganapathy who plays the mentally disturbed person is quite ok. The other supporting actors have done what is required of them.

Analysis

The movie, which is directed by Anbarasan, is quite different from the others. However, the movie works only in bits and pieces.

What’s there?

The BGM and music of Ramesh Krishna is quite good.

What’s not there?

  • The first half could have been more engrossing.
  • The comedy element doesn’t work in favor of the movie.
  • Cinematography could have been better.

Verdict

You can watch the film for the different attempt by Pandiarajan.