Kavan - Movie Review

Kavan - Movie Review
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  • AGS Entertainment
  • Cast
  • Vijay Sethupathi, T. Rajender Vikranth, Madonna Sebastian, Chandini Tamilarasan, Pandiarajan, Jagan, Akashdeep Saighal
  • Direction
  • KV.Anand
  • Music
  • Hiphop Tamizha
  • Photography
  • Ramanujam

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Kavan - A Neat Entertainer

Starring Vijay Sethupathi ‘Kavan’ hits the big screens today worldwide. Kavan is an Tamil action romance and social thriller flick features Vijay Sethupathi, Madonna Sebastian in lead roles. T Rajender, Vikranth, Jagan, Pandirajan and Akshadeep Saigal in supporting roles. Directed by KV Anand, Kavan has got immense positive response from the premier show’s. 
Coming to the technical team, Hiphop Tamizha is the music director, Abinandhan Ramanujam as the cinematographer and Anthony is the editor. 
Kavan is a social thriller in which Vijay Sethupathi plays a reporter (Thilak) and Madonna is his colleague. Akashdeep is the villain in a film that tries to highlight the social responsibility of the media. 
It also attempts to tell the power of media in current times. What happens when the hero decides to be part of change, is the crux of the story.   
The story revolves around a factory which releases chemicals into a pond. The water from the pond will be recycled and used for drinking which in turn creates issues on the people’s health. The movement starts and the corporate company will be demanded to close but the management resists. It will make up huge impact in social media as well political issues. 
It is another Vijay Sethupathi’s casual winning film. Madonna doesn’t have much to play in this film. Some of them are not fully happy about the performance of T Rajendar, but his climax portion gone viral over social media. The Guest appearance of Power Star will be surely the talk of the town. 
It is the mixed with the genre of Thriller, Romance, Comedy. The film contains the big social message about the corruption of the Media. 
The way KV Anand had shown light on the dark side of the media is commendable. Though the story is predictable, the screenplay needs a special mention. HipHop Tamizha’s BGM had a good sync with the content but still could have been better. Abinandhan Ramanujam’s Cinematography is appreciated for the first half of the film. 
Racy Screenplay
Vijay Sethupathi and T. Rajendar’s Performance
Predictable Story Line
Second Half Drags a Bit

Verdict : A Neat Entertainer

Stars : 2.5/5

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