Sathuranga Vettai-Common Man's review

Sathuranga Vettai-Common Man's review

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Story: It is a dark comedy heist film. It is about the life of an intelligent guy, who robs money from rich people by using various cheating methods like MLM, EMU Chicken, Rice Pulling, etc. Screenplay of the movie will be similar to Naan Avan Illai and Soodhu Kavvum plot.


Natraj – He has worked in more than 1500 ad films as cinematographer. He is one of the most popular cinematographers in Bollywood (Black Friday, Jab we met, Love Aaj Kal, Holiday, Raanjhanaa, etc). He has acted in Tamil movies such as Chakkara Viyugam, Milaga & Muthukku Muthaaga. He is back again as an actor with yet another good script. Dialogues in the movie are fantabulous and his dialogue delivery adds more value to it.


Ishara Nair – She looks like our next door fat girl. She impresses the audience with her cute expressions.


Ponvannan, Ilavarasu , Valavan, Ramachandaran, etc have done the supporting actors role to perfection. Ilavarasu scenes will make everyone smile. Valvan & Ramachandran characterization was too good.


Cinematographer Venkatesh – There are quite lengthy shots in the movie and he has captured brilliantly.


Music Director Sean Roldan again impresses with his BGM & Songs after Vaayai Moodi Pesavum & Mundaasupatti.


Editor Raja Sethupathi makes sure that the audiences are engaged throughout the movie, by even editing romantic song to a minute. Though the movie runs for 150 minutes, screenplay with realistic incidents and awesome dialogues, will engage the audience.


Director Vinoth makes a wonderful debut in Tamil Cinema. He seems to be mix of Moodar Koodam Navin & Soodhu Kavvum Nalan Kumarasamy. It seems Nalan recommended Vinoth to producer Manobala as his mom was impressed with the script. Dialogues in the movie were as good as Navin’s Moodar Koodam and screenplay was as engaging as Nalan’s Soodhu Kavvum. Screenplay of the movie was very intelligent and it is hard to believe that it is Vinoth’s debut movie. There are few melodramatic scenes in the second half, but it can’t be edited as those scenes add more value to the climax.


Rating of this movie by Common Man – 3.25 / 5


Rating of this movie for people who loved Soodhu Kavvum, Moodar Koodam, etc - 3.5 / 5



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