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Madrasapattinam Movie Review
  Movie Review : Madrasapattinam
Rating : 3.25 / 5
Banner : AGS
Cast : Arya, Amy Jackson, Nasser, VMC.Haneefa, Bala Singh, M. S. Bhaskar, Omar, Periya Karuppu Devar, Balaji and Others
Music : G V Prakash Kumar
Cinematography : Nirav Shah
Producer: Kalapathi S. Aghoram
Director: A L Vijay
Released Date: July 09, 2010
Madrasapattinam Kollywood Movie Review
A well knit tale, the story is set on the backdrop of the Indian independence. An English woman Emi (amy) is on her death bed in England but she wants to come to Chennai. She wants to see the man Parithi (arya), the man who loved her and it is nearly sixty years since she has seen him. Emi has got a photo of Parithi and flashback reveals how Parithi who is a washerman fights against the British officials and how at that time Emi, the daughter of the district governor makes friends with him and falls in love. However, the story comes to the present and Emi arrives again in Chennai searching for Parithi. Whether she is successful or not forms the rest of the story.
Madrasapattinam Tamil Cinema Review
The director has come up with a touching tale and both the presentation and narration were excellent. The dialogues were neat, the script was well written and the screenplay was capturing. Background score was the real highlight as it haunts the moods and even the songs were melodious. Cinematography was top notch, editing could have been better during the second half, art department was masterly and award winning, costumes were perfect. Arya did a very good job and he has shown varied emotions with ease. The real showstealer was the foreign beauty Amy Jackson who performed her role with élan. Nasser was natural. Haneefa was hilarious, M S Bhaskar was moderate, Bala Singh was good, Omar was okay, the others did their bit as required and added value.
Madrasapattinam Filem Review
The film is a mix of the romantic treat 'Titanic' and it came out well with the patriotic fervor. Credit must be given to the director for handling this challenging subject in a deft manner. He has been ably supported by the technicians and while the first half takes off on a slow note, the film picks up eventually. More than the story or content, it is the attempt to bring back the independence era back to the audience and Chennai during those days was captured really well. The film will click at the box office.
Bharatstudent Verdict: Impressive!!!
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