About Kutti Pisasu
After a Goddess withdraws her protection, a child becomes possessed by a vengeful deceased woman.
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Kutti Pisasu Movie review
Filmmaker Ramanarayanan (of Namma Veettu Deivam and Jagan Mohini fame) is back with Kutti Pisasu. The film is made simultaneously in Tamil, Telugu and Kannada. Interestingly Kutty Pisasu is his 120th film. This time too, the director has used his age-old formula - Good vs. Evil. Kutti Pissasu is an interesting amalgamation of superstition and science (graphics). Draw the children to theatres, elders would automatically follow them, seems to be his latest formula.
The film opens with Kinathadi Kaali (Ramya Krishnan) establishing her prowess with a couple of sequences. Fast forward to the present era! Priya (Baby Keerthika) is the daughter of an orthodox Brahmin couple (Sangitha and Ramji). Everything is fine in their lives until Priya is possessed by the spirit of Savithri (Kaveri), Sangitha‘s best friend. Flashback! Savithri and her brother Ganja Karuppa live a simple and lovable life until their evil cousin Nanjappan (Riyaz Khan) ditches and sacrifices Savithri to a black magician Mandiramoorthy (Kadhal Dhandapani). How do the spirits take revenge? Will the good guys triumph over the evil? Watch out in Kutti Pisasu.
Young Keethika has a meaty role to play and she does it with ease. She steals the hearts of viewers with her lovable performance and dancing skills. Ganja Karuppu gets a character role unlike his earlier roles. Kadhal Dhandapani gets an interesting role as a sorcerer to which he has done justice. Ramya Krishnan, Nasser, Riyaz Khan, Kaveri, Sangitha and Ramji have done their parts well. Technically, Kutti Pissasu has some fine special effects. Songs by Deva suit the mood and feel of the film.
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