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Koodal Nagar Movie review
Koodal Nagar is a supplement to movies like Kaadhal and Veyyil that relished phenomenal success. The success combo of Bharath and the Madurai backdrop is utilized once again; if one Bharath is not enough to carry the film on his shoulders, this film has got two. Koodal Nagar - Koodal Bharath plus backup Bharath!
Director Cheenu Rangasamy has sprinkled the right amount of commercial elements to spice up the package and has succeeded in extracting an enthralling performance from all the actors.
The story starts rolling at a slow pace when identical twins Suriyan and Chandran land up in town with their single mother in search of a medium for survival. One finds a job as attendant at a postmortem ward in Madurai Government Hospital while the other lands a job in the local lending library.
Chandran, with his 'game for anything' attitude, falls for next door girl Selvi, played by Sandhya, who manages to grab viewers' attention in every frame. The more solemn Suriyan falls for MLA Namasivayam's daughter Manimekalai (Bhavana ). As expected, the furious MLA (Mahadevan) knocks out Suriyan.
Irony has it that Chandran is one of the many party workers of Namasivayam and works for him in his free time. The remaining story rattles away with the angered twin seeking revenge against the influential MLA. An action-packed gory climax marks the fall of the antagonist.
An overall laudable performance from the entire cast can be appreciated, though Bhavana has just lifted her entire look and expressions from Veyyil . Music by Sabesh Murali is worth spending a few minutes on. Some songs slow down the plot without adding any value.
Cinematographer Prabhu has succeeding in polishing the views of Madurai's most scenic backdrops. The results are striking enough!
Koodal Nagar is an entertainer with a few sparkles at intervals.