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Oruthal Movie Review

Oruthal Movie Review Tamil Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Oruthal"
Runtime: 1 Hour 31 Minutes
Certificate: UA
Released: 23-09-2016
2.5 / 5.0



  • Music Director:
  • Sada Sudarsanam
  • Editor:
  • CS Prem
  • Director:
  • Krishnadasan Jagadeesan
  • Movie-Actor:
  • Senthil Jagadeesan
  • Movie-Actress:
  • Gayathri Rema
  • Supporting Actor:
  • Director of Photography:
  • Ashish Dawar
  • Sound Engineer:
  • B Lenin

Orutthal has hit the screens now with mostly new faces. Now let’s see what this movie has in store for us.


'Senthil Jagadeesan' works in an IT company. His doting mother wants to get him married as well as build a house. But she dies without fulfilling her wish. Senthil, who wants to fulfill his mother’s wish, builds an own house first. Then he gets married to Gayathri Rema. A beautiful girl is born to this couple. As they spend their life happily, a problem occurs between Gayathri and the son of the local MLA. Gayatri also humiliates the uncle of the MLA’s son, who intervenes. Hence both of them plan to kill her.

When Senthil is not available, the two kills Gayatri and the child. What happens to the hero? How does he deal with his loss? Watch Orutthal to get answers to these questions.

Star Performances

Senthil Jagadeesan, who is a new face, has done a great job, including the scenes in the second half. Gayathri Rema suits her role perfectly. She excels in those scenes when she argues with her enemies. The rest of the cast, mostly new faces, have done what is required of them.


Krishnadaasan, the director of the movie, has taken a thrilling story and has given a novel touch to the revenge scenes.

What’s there?

  • Ashish Dawar’s cinematography is just ok.
  • The lead actors have done a good job.
  • There is sufficient thrill in the movie.

What’s not there?

  • Sada Sudarsanam’s music could have been better.
  • Some of the scenes give us a feeling of having watched already.


You can watch Orutthal once.