Kondan Koduthan – A review

Kondan Koduthan Movie Review

Cast: Kathir, Advaitha, Ilavarasu, Ganja Karuppu, Sulakshna, Rajkapoor, Meera Krishna

Direction: Rajendran

Music: Deva

Producer: Iyappa

With action packed and dramatic potboilers ruling the roost, Kondan Koduthan makes way for the change of taste in familial bonds and delicate touches of human values. G. Rajendran with makes the best use of his debut venture to churn out an emotionally refreshing family entertainer. While the leading roles essayed by Kathirkamn (Rasu) & Advaitha (Sevandhi) the supporting base is dealt with by Meera Krishnan, Sulakshana and Ilavarasu.

The storyline which is simple yet interesting centers on Rasu – a player of kabaddi and his love interest-Advaitha. As per the clan tradition of in-family marriage, Rasu is happily engaged with the former. But, things take a turn for the worse when Rasu’s sister part ways with Sevandhi’s brother, with the consequent death of the bridegroom. The broken ties result in the disruption between families with love birds getting detached.

Ilavarasu pitches in with his necessary bit to contribute to the anticipated ending. The film with its simplicity and rural background turns out to be a wholesome entertainer. Its fare share of music, crisp dialogue, romance and emotionally charged moments are pleasantly entertaining. The charm of the rustic background is portrayed in details. Though there is an active interplay of emotion in dialogue, presentation and screenplay- the film is free from farfetched and mushy melodrama. The music of Deva is another of its entertainment quotient. Above all, the glaring absence of blows and punches are there to make for a refreshing break.

The dramatic base from which the conflict takes its shape is touching enough to move you to tears. If you have flair for family oriented flicks of the friendly type, the movie is likely to appeal to you with its effective mix of dialogue, acting, song and sequences. Besides others, IIavarasu comes up with a laudable performance.

Rating: 3/5

Verdict: Wholesome entertainment of the pleasant type.

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