After few Ups and Downs projection of Tamil Cinema, Finally a Debut Film Uplifted the Power especially by New Born Talent Heads. Kaaka Muttai, from the debutant M. Manikandan who naturally provided an aid as the developmental hand for the Tamil Cinema. This film will be far more than what we expect on screen. Manikandan attempts to direct a beautiful, courageous film and he truly nailed it by the help of the Natural Intelligence. Dhanush and Vetrimaaran acted as a helping hand by considering a brave attempt to Produce this film. Now they can be truly proud as the Producers and created a vision in producing such beautiful films. They encouraged the director to deliver his talent filled masterpiece. This Film proudly grabs two National awards for the categories respectively, National Film Award for Best Children’s Film and National Film Award for Best Child Artist for Chinna Kaaka Muttai Ramesh Thilaganathan and Periya Kaaka Muttai J. Vignesh.
The Director had a faithful decision in choosing the cast and they portrayed themselves as the soul of the characters. Ramesh Thilaganathan and J. Vignesh were sparkling in the Dirty Palace. They proved the Maturity of their Talents. The Hard work pays them with National Award. Even they were equally good, Chinna Kaaka Muttai seems to be highlighted by his certain activities. They both drove themselves and delivered their souls to the localities with a perfect Language skills in delivering the dialogues. Iyshwarya Rajesh merged herself with the Character of a Mother and proved her potential to Tamil Cinema. Ramesh Thilak with his Partner carried away our minds by their duet comedies and it pays a through entertainment to the people. Even the role of a Minister, a Pizza deliver, Palarasam and along with many others added themselves as the bricks to construct a complete piece of Fun – filled Beautiful Film.
The Whole Team deserves this victory for the works. Production designing was perfect for this kind of films. The Location was speechless, it just reflects his reality. Editing was dealt a crisp and it was spiced brilliantly throughout this film. The World is truly missing a great talent like Kishore Te. Even the timing of including the title was extremely perfect. Cinematographer ManiKandan, the director of this film who really brought his vision over his script by a perfect frame of Cinematography. Music by G. V. Prakash Kumar, after some downfalls it seems that this film will definitely be come back film for him. What is so perfect about the music is that, it was along with the story. No unnecessary songs, no separate location and moreover there is no foreign sets. The Screenplay was at its best. One may never need a chance to watch his clock ticking. Overall the technical crew proved themselves that this film defines their piece of work.
There are only some rare films which is knocks among the people’s heart. Even though Udaan includes certain stuffs and dealt more about the Father – Son relation, that ending really grasps the people which remains in the soul’s of beautiful minds. This film mainly deals with an adult life and his complications which was well directed by Vikramaditya Motwane.
Children of Heaven, An Iranian film provided the exact feel which is one of notable points in order to watch Kaaka Muttai. The Beauty of Talents reflected perfectly. This film is as same as Kaaka Muttai were it deals with the life of Two children, portraying as a brother and a sister. Both Children of Heaven and Kaaka Muttai brings about the same feel which includes certain different ingredient. Majid Majidi truly nailed it by the help of certain naturally born Talents.
Overall : Kaaka Muttai is a Pure Cinema. Feeling the Beauty of Cinema after long time. Jaw Dropping performances. Deserves a standing ovation from people which is truly greater than the National Award. The Overloading cuteness of Chinna Kaaka Muttai, Thumbs up. Hats Off to the Team. A Tasteful Muttai delivered a crispy Toast. A beautiful Relationship reflected to me after Children of Heaven, Udaan… Please do watch it, Never miss a True Cinema.
© Guru Prasad