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Kolamaavu Kokila is a black comedy entertainer scripted and directed by “ Nelson.” Kolamaavu Kokila technical team members are Sivakumar Vijayan for cinematography, Nirmal for editing section, Anirudh Ravichander composed the music and the movie is produced by LYCA productions. Kolamaavu Kokila star cast has lady superstar “ Nayanthara,” Yogi Babu, Saranya Ponvannan, RS Shivaji, Naan Kadavul “ Rajendran,” Saravanan, Jacqueline Fernandas and Aranthangi Nisha.
Kokila belongs to a middle-class family. Her parents find it hard to run the family with the meager income. She has a younger sister too. Kokila’s mother was diagnosed with Cancer. So, she needs a lot of money to cure her mother's disease. Meanwhile, she gets caught by a drug Mafia and the drug Mafia decided to use Kokila for their business, as she looks innocent. They think that none will doubt her and start their underground works with Kokila. In a particular stage, she gets caught in trouble. How did Kokila solve all the issues and save her mother is the plot. Watch the film in theaters!
Everyone in the film has got a wonderful opportunity to expose their talents and Nayanthara is the top performer. Besides Nayanthara, Rajendran, Yogi Babu and others had also got an excellent opportunity to emote and they impress the audiences.
Nelson has designed the script in such a way that each and every one has got an important role, although they come in a few scenes. The cinematography is wonderful, especially the night lighting. Music by Anirudh is wonderful and the background gels with the script. Editing by Nirmal is perfect. Nayanthara’s role is unique from all of her previous woman-centric films.
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Kolamaavu Kokila is beautiful script that has good screenplay and the natural performances by the stars. With the right technical and production values of the film, it stands unique. Although there are some popular stars, Nayanthara steals the show. Kolamaavu Kokila is definitely a good movie to watch with the family!
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