One might wonder why such a name was given to this movie. Maybe because small things matter?
Going straight to the verdict, Kadugu is not your normal run off the mill movie, nor its an art movie. It puts through a very significant thought one must always ponder upon. Do not miss this movie interesting flick that will ask you to evaluate your negligence and ignorance.
Coming from the director who gave us a fizzing ‘Goli soda’ and an uncountable ’10 Endrathukulla’, ‘Kadugu’ is a surprise. This movie wavers between plot-driven and character-driven throughout its 115 minutes. As a character, Rajakumaran surprises with how he carries forward this role. Playing as a Puliyattam Artist in the movie he makes us wonder if he is the person from Thirumathi Selvam. His dialogues are at times hard hitting that makes you silent and at times strikes that fine chord that will make you clap. Along with Anirudh played by Bharath Seeni, is a laudable role and has done his role promptly.The Female lead role is taken by Radhika Prasidhha who portrays Eby teacher. Eby Teacher’s role, though a bit rough around the edges and confusing at first gives some weightage to the story. Her character could’ve been put to better use and for a higher purpose. And as for Bharat he is painted with very varying shades of color. Bharat manages to give you the right vibes for the character ‘Nambi’ he was entrusted upon.
The story of the movie has a very simple notion that everyone sees and goes through every day. Through Nambi the director surreptitiously asks us how many times we would’ve been in situation of similar moral gravity and how we have and should have acted. It is something to think upon. The songs pass by without disturbing the flow of the film, but the pace in itself dripped at some points.With an all-around performance from the cast this movie fares well and makes the impact required to make us think.
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