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Rubaai is the action drama movie directed by " M Anbazhagan" of Saattai fame. The film has Chinni Jayanth, Kayal fame " Chandran" and " Anandhi," Harish Uthaman, MS Bhaskar, G Marimuthu and R Kishore are in the cast. D Imman composes the music for Rubaai. V Elayaraja is the cinematographer and Nirmal edited the film. " Kumki" director Prabhu Solomon produced the film under the banner God Pictures. The film was titled as Faisal. After they had wrapped up the first schedule, the film had the title change.
Chandran and his friend are working as the load men with their own vehicle in Theni. They have a loan on their vehicle and are finding it hard to clear the debt. They come to Chennai for work. There they find Chinni Jayanth and his daughter Anandhi, who are about to shift their house. So, the friends decide to help Chinni in shifting his house and get an amount for it to clear their vehicle loan. During the shifting process, Harish Uthaman throws a bag into Chandran’s vehicle. Harish looted the money from a finance company and to escape from the police, he throws it into Chandran’s vehicle. Later, Chandran and his friend find a bag full of money inside their vehicle. What did they do? Did they give it to the police station? Did Harish find them out? Watch the rest in theaters!
Chinni Jayanth proved his mettle in Rubaai. We have seen Chinni playing comedy roles with “ Rajinikanth” and “ Sathyaraj.” His talent had not been used by the Tamil directors, so far. But, Anbazhagan has used it well. Chandran and Anandhi have played naturally. Harish Uthaman gets the stereotyped role, but he has done it quite well, as usual.
Anbazhagan, who directed “Saattai,” directed “Rubaai.” When we had a high expectation on the director, he failed to fulfill it. However, we could not say that Rubai is not a convincing movie. In Rubaai, he followed the same formula by his mentor, Prabhu Solomon.
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Rubaai is a mixture of comedy, romance and sentiments. If you have no movies to watch this weekend, you could have a look at Rubaai!
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