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Kutty Pisasu

Posted by surfingall on May 8, 2010

Director: Rama Narayanan
Star-casts:
Nasser,
Music composition:
Deva
Cinematography:
K.Selvaraj
Graphics:
Silver Line

At first the film is worth mentioning that Tamil cinema hasn’t made any apt films especially for children. Of course, there have been few children based films that had some elements which in no way was apt for the kids.

We can hats off to the producer come filmmaker Rama Narayanan. He comes up with a film for kids. The film has a simple story and has an average screenplay. But, this is the movie you can watch just for time pass.

If your kid has grown watching the Hollywood kids based movies and are play station users, they have got nothing to do with this. The film ‘Kutty Pisasu’ comes to the story as a car getting transformed into a Robot which is a greatest inspiration from Hollywood movie ‘Transformers’.

The full story is about a happy family (Ramji, Sangeetha and their daughter Keerthika). No worries have ever haunted them until their daughter goes by phenomenal activities. Later, they discover that their child is haunted by Sangeetha’s best friend Kaveri’s ghost. At that time, the car turning into a huge robot and it shocks the entire town. It’s exposed as ghost of Kaveri’s brother (Ganja Karuppu).

The second half breaks open a mystery behind the death of Kaveri and her brother and what’re are their ghosts about to do with. Baby Keerthika has done a great performance as she seems to have rehearsed a lot to stand before lens. Her dancing, acting is well and emotions are extraordinarily to every sequence. Ramji and Sangeetha have nothing to do more with their minimal portions. Ganja Karuppu gets more footage in this movie. Riyaz Khan as a baddie sleepwalks through the role. Delhi Ganesh and Manobala add to the humor quotients.

The graphics have been done well compare with previous movies and Tamil industry getting improvement in graphics. The musical part could’ve been better.

If you decided to watch this film, forget all your logical abilities and walk straight into the theatres, take your drinks, munch your popcorns, sit back, relax and enjoy the whole movie.

Better watch it with your kids. They will enjoy more than you.
Rating: 3/5

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