CAST & CREW
Irandam Ulagaporin Kadaisi Gundu is scripted and directed by Athiyan Athirai Bio coming soon... >> Read More... . Pa Ranjith produces the movie. The music composition is by "Tenma." Cinematography is by Kishorekumar and editing is by Selva RK. The film has the star cast of Dinesh Ravi Dinesh Ravi is popularly known as Attakathi Dinesh >> Read More... , “ Anandhi For one as young as Anandhi, she has already prove >> Read More... ,” “ Riythvika Riythvika is a film actress, who predominantly app >> Read More... ,” John Vijay John Vijay was born in 1976. John is a Tamil film >> Read More... , Munishkanth Ramdoss Munishkanth’s Original name is Ramdoss. He has wor >> Read More...
A Lorry driver, who works in a scrap iron shop falls for a teacher. But the teacher’s family didn't accept their love. Meanwhile, a bomb that was used in the Second World War had been sold as scrap material and it comes to the scrap shop, where the hero works. The government tries to find out the bomb and on the other side, some students who have an interest in society, try to reveal the bomb to the public. Who gets the bomb? Did it blast? Watch the movie to know the rest.
Dinesh has given an excellent performance. His casual look is the biggest plus. He transforms himself into the characters he chooses. He has given out an emotional performance. Anandhi plays a teacher and she is excellent as usual. Munishkanth Ramdoss has given out a jolly performance. The rest of the stars had done justice to the given roles.
The script is ok and the narration is excellent. The star selection is perfect and the actors had fit perfectly in the roles, especially Dinesh, Anandhi and Munishkanth Ramdoss. The comedy scenes had worked out well and the innocent look of Munishkanth Ramdoss is the biggest Plus. His dialogue delivery and body language are good. The team should be appreciated for sharp dialogues. The caste discrimination is also spoken in the movie and it has perfect cinematography and editing. However, we could feel that certain scenes between the Dinesh and Anandhi should have been chopped off in the first half. The cinematographer receives appreciation for some aerial shots.
What's Not There?
Dinesh had always chosen a good script and performance-oriented roles and that's why people trust him and watch his movies. This movie is also one among those excellent choices of Dinesh and it's definitely a watchable movie!
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