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Posted by surfingall on May 5, 2010

Kadaksham appears like a meandering film that so badly wants to communicate something, but that never really finds a way to do so. The complicated trappings that you normally associate with a story as the one that Kadaksham tells are never there, and ultimately nothing much appears new here, nor true.There are two tales that run parallel to each other in the film. On the one hand, there is Nathan (Suresh Gopi) and Revathy (Swetha Menon) who have seen the best days in their marriage and who have learned to live with (or rather without) each other. Their housemaid Janaki (Swetha Vijay) on the other hand harbors a constant dread about the future of her fast growing daughter and moves about putting up fences in her protection.

The events that make up the most important junctures in Kadaksham appear contrived. Nathan and Revathy for instance..


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