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Kadamban is nothing but an attempt to make Kollywood's Puli Murugan but failed miserably.
Arya desperately needed a success to have his place in Kollywood.Kadamban is such a film from Arya directed by Raghava which is about tribal people's lives.
Villagers who live deep inside the forests must save their home from a corporate conspiracy.
1)Cinematography: As an adventure thriller set in a dense forest, Kadamban offers a few breath-taking shots — the cinematography by Sathish Kumar is a treat to watch
2)Action Scenes: The action sequences, choreographed by Dhilip Subbarayan, are good, especially in the climax, where the tribals fight with weapons naturally available in their forest, and the scene where Arya saves a cop from drowning in a marsh
1)Cliched Plot and Screenplay: A half hour into Kadamban, it has enough moments reminiscent of Mohanlal's blockbuster film Pulimurugan, which too dealt with a similar theme.It is even similar to Avatar and The Revenant.Love track between lead actors is so cheesy.
2)VFX: The scenes involving CG look cheap in most of the sequences.
3)Music: Yuvan's songs are waste of time.
So,Kadamban is nothing but an attempt to make Kollywood's Puli Murugan but failed miserably.
My rating 5.25/10
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