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Idiot (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating

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Idiot Movie Details

Idiot is a 2022 Indian Tamil-language parody comedy horror film directed by Rambhala and produced by Screen Scene Media Entertainment Pvt Ltd. The film stars Shiva and Nikki Galrani. The film was initially planned for release in theatres in September 2021 but has since been postponed. The film was released in theatres on 1 April 2022.

 

Idiot Release Date

The trailer of the film was released on 25 April 2021. The film was initially planned for release in theatres on 17 September 2021, but got postponed due to unforeseen situations. The film was released in theatres on 1 April 2022.

Idiot OTT Release Date

Theatre Release Date 1 April 2022
Idiot OTT Release Date 29 April 2022

Idiot Movie Cast

  • Shiva as Chinnarasu and Paandi
  • Nikki Galrani as Smitha
  • Akshara Gowda as Neelagandi
  • Anandaraj as Raasu Gounder
  • Urvashi as Parimalam
  • Mayilsamy as Aandavar
  • Singamuthu
  • Ravi Mariya as Thiru Don Sekar
  • Redin Kingsley as Burfi
  • Crane Manohar
  • R. N. R. Manohar

Idiot Movie Review

Rambhala, the director of Idiot, believes that a horror comedy is a simple genre that everyone can master, yet he fails. The film is unsure of its stance from the start, swinging between satire and comedy of mistakes. This shaky attempt makes it a boring watch for the audience, disrupting the flow of the film. The director, who is known for his eccentric sentences from his Lollu Sabha days, attempts to overdo it, which is not only regressive in certain areas but also wrecks the ambiance.

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The film begins with a royal family being betrayed by their two subordinates, Sethupathi and Senathipathi, like in a period play. We see Chinnarasu (Shiva) and his family, who live in the village of Veerapandiyan, within a few minutes. Due to his father Rasu Gounder’s (Anandaraj’s) stupidity, Chinnarasu frequently refers to him as an idiot. Smitha (Nikki Galrani), a doctor who oversees a psychiatric hospital, is then introduced to us.

We later find that Chinnarasu and Smitha are descended from Sethupathi and Senathipathi. Unbelievable scenes bring them together, and we see a ghost reunion at Zameen’s mansion. From there, the journey becomes chaotic, neither hilarious nor fascinating.
We also meet another character, Neelakandi (Akshara Gowda), who want to take Smitha’s life in order to resurrect her boyfriend. Neelakandi’s flashback is added after the interval, although it adds nothing to the tale. The rest of the plot revolves around whether or not Neelakandi completes her task.

Rambhala’s horror comedy acts as a satire from the start, referencing scenes from films like as Suriyavamsam, Ghilli, Endhiran, and even the Vikram teaser. Though the concept appears to be sound, the majority of the one-liners fall flat, and some of them are also out of date. The parts in which Shiva plays a mentally ill person are imaginative for a film intended for a protagonist, but they don’t benefit the picture as a whole.

Despite this, we hope for at least one excellent character who is rational and contributes to the greater good. This could also be Rambhala’s intention: to create an universe of ‘idiots.’ But all we can see is disappointment. Even ghosts are objectified at one point, and offensive jokes are cracked here and there.

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Shiva, as always, plays his character subtly and attempts to elicit laughs from the crowd. However, given the scenario, he has no opportunity to shine. Nikki Galrani and Urvashi, who plays Anandaraj’s wife, give good performances and keep the picture watchable.
The background score is quite standard, and it sometimes feels like a rehash of music from other popular films. Except for the continuity, which is out of sync from the start, the cinematography and editing add value to it.
Overall, Idiot is a subpar picture that may have explored a different aspect of the genre with better writing sensibilities. But, once again, we will have to wait till a proper picture in this genre is produced.

Duration: 126 min

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IMDb: 7.3

Idiot (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Idiot (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Idiot (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Idiot (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating
Idiot (2022) Movie Review, Cast, Trailer, OTT, Release Date & Rating

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