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144, directed by newcomer Manikandan starring Mirchi Shiva, Ashok Selvan, Oviya and Sruthi Ramakrishnan in the lead, is based on a true story. Set in the backdrop of Madurai, the film revolves around a clash between two villages, where Ashok Selvan appears in the role of an illegal car racer and Shiva as a thief. How their life changes with the two village's clashing against each other forms the crux of the story. To know more, watch the film on theatres!
Jointly produced by C. V. Kumar and Abinesh Elangaovan, the film's scintillating music tracks are composed by Sean Roldan. Ramdoss, Uday Mahesh, Madhusudhan Rao, Munishkanth, Jawahar Sakthi and many others forms the supporting cast. Cinematography is handled by Gurudev and editing by Leo John Paul.
*AshokSelvan, who has tried his hands on humour delivers an appreciable performance. His effort to deliver dialogues in Madurai Slang is quite impressive.
*As usual Mirchi Shiva's witty one-liners offers many 'lol' moments. He is the ultimate scene-stealer.
*Oviya has delivered a neat performance after a long time. Shruthi Ramakrishnan has also done her part well. *A perfectly packed humorous first half.
*Supporting cast played by Munishkanth, Uday and Madhusudhan Rao leaves the audience in splits. *Background score is brilliant.
*A stretchy stereotypical climax.
*Screenplay could have been better.
Verdict: A decent fun-filled rural comedy flick!