Director: Vishva Dhanush
Star Cast: Vishnu Priyan, Madhumitha, Thalaivasal Vijay, Kadhal Thandapani, Kuyili, Kadhal Sugumar.
“Kaadhal Meipada” will be released soon, here I’m posting some interesting photos from this movie.
“A couple ready to sacrifice their love for their family”
Kadhal Meipada is all about the struggle behind love. Director Ravi Acharya comes with a story-line that the Tamil Movie Industry has known for the past 8 decades, unless the daughter of a powerful villain falling in love with a middle class youngster sounds anywhere near new to you. To make things worse, the presentation is boring with an unimpressive narrative style.
The romance portrayed in Kadhal Meipada is colorless. The comedy sequences are equally empty even though the casting boasts of comedians along the likes of Kanja Karuppu, Narayanan, Kadhal Sugumar and Soori. In particular, the Kanja Karuppu comedy sequences will test the patience of the audience.
Vishnu Priyan‘s performances are good, and his expressions & dialogue delivery are perfect. He has scored well in his maiden venture. Madhumitha‘s performances are great, and she has scored well in the emotional sequences. Kadhal Dhanapani has played his usual negative role and he has done a neat job. Kanja Karuppu, Kadhal Sugumar, Narayanan and Soori are not used well, and their performances are average. Thalaivasal Vijay and Kuyili have been wasted in the movie.
Siranjeevi‘s cinematography is average, and the camera is focused at the same angle more often than not, giving the Tele-serial effect. Suresh Urs‘ editing is average. Music by Murshak (Murali & Shakthi) is below average, and their background score does not help the visuals. Except for the remix song Yenna Kobam Sollu Bama, all other songs are forgettable. Vinoth’s Art direction is below average, and the story and the dialogues by Kumar are average.
Kadhal Meipada fails to impress the audience. Director Ravi Acharya strongly believes in the commercial masala mix, but he fails to impress with any of the main ingredients like comedy, action, romance and sentiment. That, topped with a familiar story-line, unimpressive narration, average camera work and editing takes Kadhal Meipada to a clear Cant Watch!