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Puriyaatha Puthir is the Thriller film directed by Ranjit Jeyakodi. The film features Vijay Sethupathi in the lead role along with “ Gayathrie” of Naduvula Konjam Pakkatha Kanom fame. The psychological thriller has Ramesh Thilak, Sonia Deepti and “ Arjunan” in the star cast. Deepan Bhoopathy and Ratesh Velu produced the film under Rebel Studio Productions banner. Dinesh Krishnan cranked the camera. Sam CS is the music composer.
Kathir is a musician. Meera is a violin teacher. Kathir got impressed by Meera’s music when she plays an attractive tune in his shop. He starts loving her at once. Kathir has two friends; one works as a DJ in a pub and the other works in a TV Channel. The guy who works in the TV Channel was sacked after the channel head finds out his illegal relationship with the channel head's wife. After he was sent out, Kathir’s friend commits suicide. Similarly, an anonymous call changes the life of Kathir’s friend, who is a DJ. Besides this, Kathir gets some obscene photos of his lover Meera, via phone. Kathir sets out to find out the anonymous person, who plays in his life, without revealing the facts to Meera. Did he get success? Watch the film in theaters.
Vijay Sethupathi has excelled in his role, as usual. His body language and dialogue delivery are fantastic. Minute face expressions are one among the specialties of the star. Gayathrie, the Ppaah girl, is not lesser than anyone, with her performance. She has done a decent job for the role given. Her role is not a template role and thanks to the director Ranjit.
Ranjit Jeyakodi, the debutant director, has chosen a good script for his debut and has succeeded in it. The cast selection by Ranjit is superb. He has chosen the best artists for the film and they have performed up to the expectation.
What’s Not There?
Although the film had a delayed release, it comes with a script that suits the current period. Besides the story, the film could be watched for Vijay Sethupathi and Gayathrie. Puriyaatha Puthir… Watch worthy!
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