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Kadamban has generated curiosity since its time of shooting and the trailers are enough to give more hype to the movie. Now let’s see how this jungle movie impresses us.
Being filmed completely in forests the movie takes us through the struggles and hardships of Kadamban, who hails from a deep jungle. He wages a battle with the corporates and ensures that his piece of land is not taken away by them. He also strives for his culture. Watch the movie to know how Kadamban proceeds.
Arya is excellent in his role of Kadamban and he flaunts his physique in the film. Catherine Tresa essayed the role of a city girl in her previous venture Kanithan. And now in Kadamban she has taken up the role of a villager. She had admitted in an interview that filming in such a difficult terrain was a challenging task for her. And in Kadamban she emerges a winner and does full justice to her by essaying a balanced performance. Deepraj Rana, Super Subbarayan etc. have ably supported.
Tamil cinema is trying different concepts and forest flicks are something unusual. So the director Raghava has touched a genre which has not been tried by Kollywood. Raghava had given an emotional film with Manja Pai and with Kadamban he goes to a completely different style of film-making. The movie has an interesting premise which talks about the damage done to forest land by the corporates. The beauty of forests and its importance is conveyed through the film. Director Raghava has tapped the acting skills of the artists to the fullest. And Kadamban belongs to both Arya and Raghava for their hardwork.
What’s not there?
(Verdict) Arya and director Raghava gives us a film worth watching once.
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