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

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Kuttram Kuttrame Movie Details

Kuttram Kuttrame is a 2022 Indian Tamil-language crime thriller film written and directed by Suseenthiran and produced and presented by D Company and Axess Film Factory. The film stars Jai in the major role, with Bharathiraja, Harish Uthaman, Smruthi Venkat, and Divya Duraisamy in supporting roles. Ajesh created the music for the film, which was shot by R. Velraj and edited by Kasi Viswanathan.

Kuttram Kuttrame Release Date

The film was released as a television premiere directly via Kalaignar TV on 14 April 2022 coinciding with Tamil New Year.

Kuttram Kuttrame OTT Release Date

Kuttram Kuttrame is streaming on Amazon Prime Video

 

Kuttram Kuttrame Movie Cast

  • Jai as Eeshwaran
  • Bharathiraja as DSP Muthukaruppan
  • Harish Uthaman as SI M. Naatrayan
  • Smruthi Venkat as Priya
  • Divya Duraisamy as Kokila
  • Aruldoss
  • Madurai Muthu as Muthu
  • R. Velraj
  • Kasi Viswanathan
  • B. Sekar

Kuttram Kuttrame Movie Review

9th of March, 2005 A young woman leaps into a lake. You have no idea how it happened. 9th of March, 2021 Another girl is hit by a car on her way to school. On the road, there’s a pool of blood. Her family rushes her to the hospital. Of course, the girl is crucial.

The camera pans to the doctor, who says, “If you are a believer, pray to God.” You have no idea who is on the other side. You are unable to see that individual. However, these two instances are related. Cut to March 2020. Another woman is killed. It is not a death by natural causes.

She is Kokila and was formerly married to Eashwara (Jai). From the perspective of the viewer, you may see foul play in Kokila’s death. Naatraya (Harish Uthaman), the sub-inspector, is enraged. He sobs and breaks down. Due to the fact that Kokila was his niece. He’s still trying to process what happened to her.

While others believe she committed herself, Naatraya suspects Eashwara of being involved in Kokila’s death and vows to put him behind bars. It’ll be interesting to see how the plot progresses. Kokila’s family and friends pay their final respects to her body. Almost everyone in her funeral procession is wearing a medical mask. Susienthiran deserves credit for documenting these pictures since they highlight the fact that Coronavirus is not yet eradicated.

In a post-Pandemic world, this is what it means to make a film. Films must represent the society in which they are made. There have been a lot of movies made in the last two years, but how many characters have effortlessly worn masks? I’m not sure how directors can make a film and not show what’s going on around them.

Eashwara’s family and friends question him about Kokila’s death, but he remains deafeningly silent. “Many people will be punished if I tell the truth. Only the guilty will be punished if I do not reveal it “— Eashwara delivers the identical punch line to everyone. This pretty much covers up the plot of the film.

Each character becomes a victim of circumstance, and their actions are motivated by a basic need for survival. Everything comes together perfectly at the end, and the title couldn’t be more appropriate! Jai once again demonstrates that he is a natural actor. I enjoy how he acts on film without making a fuss. In Kuttram Kuttrame, even Bharathiraja’s character appears casual. It’s refreshing to see the seasoned director act without his typical eccentricities.

He never exaggerates a moment. Smruthi Venkat leaves an impression, as does Harish Uthaman! There are numerous plot twists. Though this Jai-starrer isn’t as good as Naan Mahaan Alla or Azhagarsamiyin Kudhirai, I like everything about Kuttram Kuttrame—the characters, the staging of situations, and the writing.

Susienthiran is back in form with this one, after a string of duds like Genius, Kennedy Club, Champion, and Veerapandiyapuram. The important revelation moment is incorporated into the story in an unexpected way. That’s some astute writing.

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IMDb: 6.8

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

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