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The first half of the movie keeps you engaged and has the audience's attention. The interval portion definitely keeps you puzzled to know what will happen next. But once the latter half starts, it gets loose and slow. One might not expect the film to have an ending like that, but only then, the film would justify its title. Suseenthiran could have worked more on the screenplay to keep it more engaging, as the second half mostly comprises of sad and dull moments.
A strong content that could’ve been more impactful had the execution been better.Read More
Suseenthiran has tried to convey an important message to the society but ended up being preachy!
Perhaps the only saving grace of Maaveeran Kittu is the fact that it oozes sincerity from start to finish, you can make out right away that the filmmaker’s intention is not to deceive the audience.Read More
Director Suseenthiran deserves high praise for choosing a subject that many would hesitate to touch and for driving home his point in the first half even though the screenplay falters in the second.Read More
Suseenthiran has found himself in an awkward situation where he had to cater to the masses and yet deliver a hard-hitting message and has tried to grapple with a mediocrely written script by Yugabharathi, that fails the director. The narrative could have been crisper and much more engaging without unwanted songs and interesting turn of events.Read More