ldquo Ulkuthu rdquo is the action comedy-drama movie scripted and directed by Caarthick Raju Selvakumar produced the film The film features Dinesh Ravi Nan

Ulkuthu Movie Review

Ulkuthu Movie Review Tamil Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Ulkuthu"
Runtime: 2 Hours 06 Minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 29-12-2017
Genre: Romance, Comedy
2.5 / 5.0

Ulkuthu” is the action comedy-drama movie scripted and directed by Caarthick Raju. Selvakumar produced the film. The film features Dinesh Ravi, Nandita Swetha, Chaya Singh, Bala Saravanan, Sharath Lohitashwa, John Vijay, Chef Damodaran and Dhilip Subbarayan. The film is produced by G Vittal Kumar and Subhashini Devi. The cinematography is by PK Varma. Praveen KL edited the film. Justin Prabhakaran composed the music.


Sura Shankar is a fishmonger. He wants his sister Kadalarasi to get married to a well-settled guy. He meets Raja, who says that he is the son of a business tycoon and had walked out of the house. Shankar decides to make Raja as his brother-in-law and takes him to his home. While on his stay at the coastal town, Raja has developed enmity with Kaaka Mani. In a situation, he hits Saravanan, son of Kaaka Mani. Sooner, someone murders Saravanan. Who killed Saravanan? Who is Raja and why did he come to the coastal town? Watch the film in theaters.

Star Performance

Nandita, Dinesh and Bala Saravanan have played well, as usual. Sharath and Dhilip have also done justice to the given roles.


The director Caarthick Raju has made a crisp script with perfect timing. Without unnecessary scenes, the film travels on the right track. Twist in the hero’s role and the incident in the second half are good. In some places, we could find Dinesh’s expressions seem worthless.

What’s There?

  • Justin’s music gels with the script
  • Cinematography needs a special mention
  • Timing dialogues by Bala Saravanan
  • Flashback and the climax are good

What’s Not There?

  • First-half moves a bit slow and irritates the viewers
  • Comedy track should have been better


Ulkuthu didn’t derail from its track. Similarly, the film deals straightaway to the subject without many subplots. Ulkuthu is definitely a one-time watch! Watch the film in the theaters and share the views!