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Oru Kuppai Kathai is an emotional movie scripted and directed by Kaali Rangasamy. Dance choreographer Dinesh Master makes his debut as the hero. Manisha Yadav plays the female lead. Yogi Babu plays an important role in Oru Kuppai Kathai. Sujo Mathew, Aadhira and George are also in the star cast. Joshua Sridhar composed the songs and the BGM is by Deepan Chakravarthy. The lyrics are by late lyricist Na Muthukumar. Mahesh Muthusamy cranked the camera. Mohamed Aslam and N Aravindan produced the film under the banner Film Box Productions. Udhayanidhi Stalin released the film under the banner Red Giant Movies.
Kumar is a trash collector. His marriage is fixed with Poongodi. Poongodi was told that Kumar is a clerk. Kumar wants her to know the truth that he is a trash collector. Only after their marriage, he gets the chance to explain her. Poongodi gets upset with his job. But, he understands her and tries to satisfy her needs and shifts to a new house for her. Then, they are blessed with a baby. Arjun, a software engineer is a neighbor of Kumar. He gets to know about Poongodi and moves with her closer. She feels comfortable with him. She loses her brain and without thinking about her husband who loves her deeply, she elopes with Arjun. What happened next? Did she come back or married Arjun? What happened to her child? Did Kumar leave her as such? Watch the film in theaters.
Dinesh tried his maximum to fit in character. Always dancers emote well and Dinesh did it perfectly. In fact, this is a right launch pad for him. Manisha Yadav and Sujo Mathew did their part perfectly well. Aadhira, George and Yogi Babu had done their roles neatly.
Although this is not a new subject, the way of narrating the script is different. Kaali has done his job well. Emotions are inserted well in the right places. The director has depicted the livelihood of the people, who live in the slums. However, the scenes towards the climax are easily predictable. The cinematography by Mahesh Muthuswamy is one among the strong pillars in the film.
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The film deals with the livelihood of the people who live in the slums. The script is strong and the director has narrated it well. Although there are few flaws including the predictable climax, the emotional scenes will touch the heart.
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