Clap is scripted and directed by Prithivi Adithya Prithivi Adithya is a Tamil film industry director >> Read More... . Aadhi Pinisetty Aadhi is an Indian film actor born on 14 December >> Read More... , Aakanksha Singh Aakanksha Singh is an Indian Television actress an >> Read More... , Prakash Raj Prakash Raj, born on 26th of March, 1965, as Praka >> Read More... , Krisha Kurup Krisha Kurup is an Indian model, dancer, and actre >> Read More... , " Nassar Nassar is one of the multi talented actors in the >> Read More... ," " Brahmaji Brahmaji is a popular Indian movie actor mostly kn >> Read More... ," , and Munishkanth Ramdass featured in this bilingual film. "" composed the music. Karthikeyan produced the film. Praveenkumar cranked the camera.
Kathir is an athlete. He dreams of doing big in the national and international sports arena. In an accident, he loses his father as well as his limbs. He is married to Mithra, and the accident affects their relationship. He comes to know about a girl, Bhagyalakshmi, who is best at running. Due to the power politics involved in the sports, Bhagyalakshmi couldn't receive proper training. Kathir decides to coach her. Venkatram is one of the sports authorities with whom Kathir doesn't have good terms. Will Kathir manage all the opposition to make Bhagyalakshmi a champion? The rest of the film deals with it.
Aadhi has given his best. He proves that he could do any role with ease. His body language and expressions are incredible. Aakanksha and Krisha fit perfectly in their roles and impress the audience.
We have seen a lot of sports dramas in this style, right from a small sequence in Ethir Neechal Click to look into! >> Read More... to Irudhi Suttru Click to look into! >> Read More... . The difference is that it is a combination of some sports stories. However, the director has given an exciting screenplay and executed it decently. But, the scene between Nassar and Aadhi needed a better way of filming. In many films with a strong message, these kinds of mistakes happen. But, if they had avoided those silly mistakes, the film would reach a wider audience. The scenes towards the climax are shot really well, especially those with Aakanksha. She is fantastic in emotional scenes. The important thing is Ilaiyaraaja’s BGM. Once again, the legend proves that he could make any simple scene vibrant with his BGM.
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With the stars' performances, the film makes the audience enjoy it. Clap – watchable once!