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The film has four sets of people from different age groups. Middle-aged Palani is a government employee. A new senior employee joins his office. She is a widow. Soon, they develop some relationship. Bhargavi, a college student falls in love with a ruffian. Dhaadi falls for Saleema and their love is different. Dhaadi hadn’t seen Saleema’s face, but he loves her to the core. Velu, a school going kid likes his classmate Sunitha. In all the stories, the people, who are in love try to impress the people, with whom they are in love.
The stars had done their best to present a natural look in their performances.
The director hadn’t opted to try things differently from the original. The film is the original remake and the makers had not even changed the dialogues from the original version. Right from the characterization, they had followed the original. The only difference is that the original version had non-actors. The first half is not much interesting. However, the director managed to run the film at the right pace and completed it neatly with a soulful climax. Some films are better when they are exactly remade and Care of Kaadhal falls in that category. The movie has pretty decent production and technical values.
What’s Not There?
C/o Kaadhal is a heartwarming tale with four different sets of people. Besides satisfying the original makers, the film had also impressed the Tamil audiences. C/o Kaadhal – watchable once!