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Ace conman Gandhi effortlessly thinks up schemes to swindle gullible and greedy folks. However on a rare occasion, things don't go according to plan and he ends up in the clutches of a ruthless gang who demand schemes from him for money.
Before independence during the 1940's depicts the lives of poor carefree villagers who are lured to work in Tea plantation farms and how they are forced to live rest of their lives as slaves with no traces of hope and freedom.
Elango and his friend Pulivetti Arumugam come in possession of a time machine and start profiting from it. However, their meddling with time prevents the death of a gangster, who begins to wreck havoc in their lives.
The two best disciples of Sivadas Swamigal, the earnest owner of a Drama school, are by design pitted against each other by the guru himself and this create multiple calamities ending in the duo's separation. Years pass by as one finds a good holding and the other wobbles away as a drunk loser only for them to cross paths again when the ongoing Indian Independence Movement gives another chance for the tables to turn!Written by
Though I hardly miss to watch any movie no matter how good/bad they are, this is my first review in IMDb and the honor goes to Kaaviyathalaivan.
One reason why one should watch the movie - It's a period movie and it's about "Kootthu" theater artists' lives and how some of them become freedom fighters in the process. Cheers for making it light and yet interesting that the whole audience sit through peacefully and feel contended while leaving the screen. I never felt boring at any point of the movie.
Nasser, Ponvannan, Siddharth, Prithviraj, Thambi Ramaiah... the cast made it even more wonderful to watch.
Heard the songs before watching the movie and I wasn't really impressed, but I fell in love with couple of songs after watching them in the big screen. I loved the choreography of Aye Mr Minor song - Well done Anaika Soti.
Watch it, for it's one of its kind.
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