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Muthina Kathirika is a 2016 Indian Tamil lighthearted comedy political parody film coordinated by Venkat and created by Kushboo. A redo of the effective Malayalam film Vellimoonga (2014), the film highlights Sundar C., Poonam Bajwa and Sathish in the number one spot parts. Following the finish of Sundar’s directorial duties, the film started creation in February 2016.
Sundar C fits the part of the town government official to the T and has conveyed one of his finest exhibitions till date. He has taken care of comic drama, conclusion and activity effortlessly. He likewise gets the opportunity to convey a mass legend punchline in the all around choreographed battle with Yogi Babu’s men. Poonam Bajwa has not a lot to do with the exception of putting on a grin and swimming through hung in vivid sarees. One of the melodies abuses her fabulousness show to the most extreme. VTV Ganesh and Singam Puli give the giggles in the vast majority of the scenes they show up with the previous scoring when caught in the act with a call young lady and the last when Sathish tries hard to disclose governmental issues to him. Sathish is his standard self as the quintessential companion while Sumithra as the mother of the saint has more screen space than the courageous woman. It is fairly a dismal sight to watch yesteryear model Kiran as the courageous woman’s mom, yet her quiet trade of looks with Sundar cuts the house down. Yogi Babu is an outright shout in the one scene he shows up and Vaibav puts in a cameo. Sriman and Ravi Maria are additionally part of the cast.
Siddarth Vipin’s experience score helps the procedures while his melodies are not up to the characteristic of his past work. Bhanu Murugan’s cinematography is satisfying and N.B. Srikanth’s altering drives through. Debutante Venkat Raghavan’s strong point is by all accounts discoursed and the film has more than a couple of that hit the correct harmonies.
The first film attempted, all things considered, because of the provincial flavor, yet this redo is victimized of that and there is just a feeling of history repeating itself in the vast majority of the scenes particularly the protracted race scenes. The film neglects to inspire in general because of the conflicting screenplay and the 80s style introduction. The group could have done well on the off chance that they had taken as reference Sundar C’s “Kalakalappu” and ‘Theeya Velai Seiyanum Kumaru’ or even “Aranmanai” for an ace class on the most proficient method to superbly adjust high voltage comic drama and smooth film-production.