Vikram as Krishnan, Anushka, Amala Paul, Karthik Kumar, Santhanam
Krishna (Vikram) is a man with a mental growth of a five-year-old and works in a chocolate factory in Ooty. His wife has passed away and he looks after his daughter Nila (Sara) whom he is very attached to. One day she is taken away from him by his father-in-law Rajendran (Sachin Khedkar), a powerful man in society. His wife’s sister Shwetha (Amala Paul) takes care of the daughter. Now its Krishna’s turn to search for the daughter. Steps in advocate Anuradha (Anushka) and Vinod (Santhanam), her junior promising him to get back the custody of daughter through court. The rest is legal battle and arguements in court and who wins at last.
It is indeed one of the best performance by Vikram. As a youth with a child with five-ear-old boy, he is right there performing oustanding. He is good at emotional scenes and also there evokig fun. No where would hate Krishna, played by Krishna. He is bubbly and splendid all through. His emotional encounters with Sarah and the court scenes deserve special mention.Young Sarah is the hallmark of the movie. She is bubbly and emotes well. Her onscreen chemistry with Vikram has been amazing. Sarah’s performance is indeed the driving force of the movie.
Watch out for a different Anushka here. As an advocate she is mightily impressive. Its an different Anushka sans glamour and she is impressive. Three cheers to Amala Paul, who pulls off a tricky role with right sensitivity. Sanathanam not jujst evokes humour but also touches our heart in emotionakl sequences. There is Nasser, playing his part well as like in any other A L Vijay’s movie before.
It is indeed a movie with superior technology. Lets applaud Nirav Shah for his extra ordinary visuals. He has brought life in every frame. He captures human emotions, sensibilities well in every frame. His using soft tones adds to the narration. G V Prakash’s music has a tale to tell. The songs are brilliant and addss strength to the script. His background score is topnotch. At such a young age, he has immense talents and he is sure to go places. Na Muthukumar‘s lyrics give pep to the songs. T Santhanam’s close-to-reality scnes and crisp editing by Anthony add zing to the proceedings.
Director Vijay manages to extract the best not just from his artistes but also from his technicians. Every single frame is reflecting their hard work. He has penned the screenplay in such a way that no where it lacks pace. The director has understood the sensibilities of such individuals and makes us fall in love with them.
Vijay has handled things in a matured manner. He is sure to leave an impression with masses. Certainly, he has come far from Madarassapattinam to give an engrossing film.
Gone are those days of hero bashing goons. Films have become a medium to narrate stories from daily lives with a difference. Deivva Thirumagal is one such film that is engrossing and entertaining. All credit goes to director Vijay and actor Vikram. They both team up to render a film that is awesum from the first frame. Deiva thirumagal is whif of fresh air amidst commercialk cliches. It instils confidence among people that Kollywood is capable of coming up with innovative films. On the whole, Deiva Thirumagal doesn’t disappoint but for a some slow-paced script at places.
With engrossing performance by Vikram, backed by strong technical team, the movie is sure to impress you.
Box office predictions
It is a different film. There are humour and fun elements. Hopefully it should get working with front-benchers too.
– Vikram performance
– Nirav Shah camera
– G V Prakash Kumar music
– Slow at places
– lengthy latter part