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Just like the 1982 movie, this Kozhi Koovuthu is also a romantic tale! Though the story is very straightforward and simple, the performances, the tight screenplay and the twist in the climax, make this movie a wonderful watch!
Kozhi Koovuthu starts off with our hero Kumaresan (Ashok) and his gang of friends, going around villages, selling chicken! They con the simple villagers into believing the common chicken they sell, to be imported breeds! The whole group is happy-go-lucky, and don't worry much about the future! Thulasi (Shija Jose), who is living at her aunt's house after moving away from her father, buys 2 chicks from Kumaresan. When they end up dead the next day, she corners him and demands an explanation! Kumaresangives 2 more chicks as replacement, and later, when a group of villagers tie up Kumaresan and beat him for cheating them by selling them sick chicken, Thulasi saves him from the group! On learning of Kumaresan's family, and the hardships he has faced, she develops a soft corner for him! In due course, this turns to love! Just as everything is progressing smoothly, Thulasi's ruffian uncle whisks her off to her native village for a festival! Do the lovebirds get together? Will there be opposition from their families? Watch the movie on the big screens to know the rest!
Though the storyline is a little cliched, the cast give stellar performances, and keep the interest alive! Ashok has done complete justice to his role, as has Shija Rose! The duo have done wonderfully well in the romance as well as emotional sequences! This movie is a wonderful comeback vehicle for Bose Venkat, who was missing in action for a while! Venkat, as the fiery Aiyyanar, excels! Rohini walks through her role with ease! Mayilsamy, though a little under-utilised, provides comic relief! Kudos to the director K I Ranjith for his casting, and for keeping up the pace of the movie! Music is lilting, and E.S. Ramaraj's numbers are lively! JeyaPrakash has captured the village locales beautifully on his camera!
Do watch Kozhi Koovuthu, to enjoy a romantic tale, in its true essence!