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At first this movie looked similiar to the style of "36 Vayadhinile". In the end the movie "Kaatrin Mozhi" was way more relatable and had a more natural mixture of humour and sadness.
This movie challenges out-dated limits of the society's mindset. It mainly takes a look at the struggle of women working in "less accepted" jobs. The message is conveyed beautifully. Sometimes some situations' dramatic impact were exaggerated and the conclusion could've been done better. But it didn't interfere the power of the punchline.
The performances were overall absolutely great. It's actually unfair to pick out two performances, but these two killed it once again:
After "8 Thottakkal" M.S. Bhaskar delivered an outstanding performance. Truly an underrated actor. Now the main reason most people watch the movie really is Jyothika. Indian cinema has a lot of great actresses, who aren't in their deserving spotlight, but Jo's performances including this one are from a different world.
Apart from Jyothika other main plus points were the great characterization of nearly every important character and the natural comedy. I would recommend Kaatrin Mozhi to every type of audience, but especially the family audience.
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