Kaathu Vaakula Rendu Kaadal

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Rating: 2.5/5

Cast: Vijay set up the Nayanatara, Samantha, Prabhu, etc.

Music: Anirudh Ravichandar

Directed by: Vignesh Shivan


Ranjankudi Anbarasu Murugesa Boopathy Oohondhiran (a) Rambo (played by Vijay Sethupathi) runs away from home in childhood because he believes that he is the bad luck for his family, and to make sure that his ailing mother is safe he stays away from her for so many years. He falls in love with two women, Kanmani (Nayanatara) and Khatija (Samantha) by meeting them separately. The problem arises when both of them propose to him and how he handles this situation is the rest of the story.

Performances: Vijay Sethupathi was good and tried to excel in whatever way he can. Nayanatara and Samantha were also decent and complimented each other well. Other artists were adequate.


Director Vignesh Shivan who is known for his unusual sense of humor attempts to bring a fun tone to a serious point this time.

Initial episodes are nicely set and give us a feeling that we are in for a fun ride. The relationship between both girls and Rambo is displayed decently, though the emotional angle of the kanmani's family could have been better.

As far as the movie deals with comedy It was fine but when the need for the serious scenes came the narration looked like mockery. The story does not move forward after a point and scenes become redundant.

The much-hyped combination of Vijay Sethupathi, Nayanatara, and Samantha deserved a reasonable amount of scope to deliver their fullest.

As said above, the movie misses its essence midway because of no emotional ground and a lack of strong motive for the characters. Towards the climax, it had some amount of good moments though.

Anirudh Ravichandar's music is a great plus to the movie.

The actor's trio, music, and some genuinely funny moments work for the movie. But the tired second half does not provide the expected punch. 

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