Koothan Movie Review Tamil Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Koothan"
Runtime: 2 Hours 12 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 11-10-2018
Genre: Romance
1.5 / 5.0

CAST & CREW


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Koothan” is scripted and directed by AL Venky. The film has the star cast of Nagendra Prasad, Rajkumar, “ Ramki,” “ Urvashi,” “ K Bhagyaraj,” “ Manobala,” Srijita Ghosh and Kala Master.

Plot

Money is the basic need for every human being to run their life and none has exceptions in this. Raana, an aspiring dancer stays with his mother, who is a junior artiste in the film industry. Raana meets Sri Lakshmi in a dance competition. Sri Lakshmi doesn’t have any big goal to become a popular dancer but has some settlements with Krishna. Knowing about the ambition of Raana, Srilakshmi’s sister teaches him Bharathanatyam. The junior artists have a lucky house and the producer, who is the owner of the house decided to sell it for his personal needs. If the junior artists want to have it, they are asked to bring a lump sum, which is not possible at all. Finally, Raana decided to join the international dance competition. Krishna and team were also competing with them. Who won the competition? Watch the film in theaters!

Star Performance

Rajkumar and Nagendra Prasad had played their part well. The senior stars are wasted in the film.

Analysis

The director has come with a dance drama that has the usual competition, envy and everything related to that. The story has nothing new. It is surprising to see the popular yesteryear stars in this film. How did they commit doing the film, which has no significant role to them, is the question here? Although the production values are okayish, the film doesn’t have anything new and exciting.

What’s There?

  • Popular senior stars’ presence
  • A few dance performances are good

What’s Not There?

  • Usual revenge story
  • Screenplay is unimpressive
  • Execution is very average

Verdict

The film has nothing interesting including romance and sentiments. Except a few dance sequence noting is impressive in this film.