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Ettuthikkum Mathayaanai Movie review
The long in the making, Ettuthikkum Mathaayanai, starring Arya's brother Sathya and Sreemukhi in the lead roles, is produced by KS Thangasamy's Raattinam Pictures. The movie is directed by KS Thangasamy who has also written the story; music is by Manu Ramesan and cinematography by RJ Jai. The movie is hitting theatres today...
The movie is set in Tirunelveli. Here, Thangasamy is a businessman whose younger brother (Laguparan) is studying in a college. In a campus clash, the younger brother gets killed and everybody including the Police pass it off as collateral damage while Thangasamy is convinced that it was a planned murder. When he uncovers evidences for the same and goes to the Police, they erase the evidence and arrest him. Our hero (Sathya) comes to Tirunelveli when his father - a Sub Inspector, gets transferred there. Sathya falls for Sreemukhi (a local cable TV channel anchor) at first sight. The love becomes mutual after some time. All seems well, when suddenly the hero's father is brutally murdered by a gang. As he dies during duty Sathya gets the job. While on duty, another death occurs and Sathya comes to believe that there is a connection between all the deaths and starts pursuing all evidences. Who is behind all these murders? Why are the people being killed? Will Sathya find out the murderers or become a casualty himself? Watch Ettuthikkum Mathayaanai to know...
Director KS Thangasamy has chosen a rural setting for his murder thriller and he ensures that the screenplay is rivetting and keeps the viewers guessing what is going to happen next. Sathya is maturing as a performer with each movie and has given a very good performance. Sreemukhi looks very pretty and makes an impressive debut. Laguparan's cameo is very impactful. KS Thangasamy has a very powerful role and he carries it off with ease. He has donned many caps for this movie and has come out tops in all the roles. Despite a slow first half, the second half is pacy and makes up for the speed. The technicians - Manu Ramesh on the keys and Jai behind the camera have done good jobs.
Ettuthikkum Mathayaanai is an intense thriller that grips.