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Kudaikul Mazhai Review

Review by IndiaGlitz [ Friday, September 3, 2004 • Tamil ]
Kudaikul Mazhai Review
Bioscope Film Frames
Parthiban, Madhumitha,Sreeman
Karthik Raja
Kudaikkul Mazhai

Parthiban is known for trying out innovative things in all his films. 

His latest Kudaikul Mazhai is no different. In this film, he has dwelt on a story line, which others would not dare venture. The movie is a brave attempt on a youth with schizophrenia.

Parthiban plays an auto-rickshaw driver, who comes across a young girl, Madhumitha, who instantly falls in love with him.  Though Parthiban initially doesn't take her seriously, she runs into Parthiban again and again. Over a period of time, he develops a liking for her. Assuming that the girl too loves him, he spends all his money and time for her.

However, a shock awaits him, when he returns from Tirupathy. Madhumitha turns out to be a TV anchor with a satellite channel, who discloses that she acted as if she was in love with him only for a show televised for her channel. This was enough to change the course of Parthiban's life. This drives Parthiban to the extreme decision to end his life. He gets affected with schizophrenia.

Madhumita, a Mumbai model, making her debut looks stunning. She seems to have done her job with ease.

On the flip side, the second half drags a bit too long with Parthiban himself playing his twin brother, who shouts aloud whenever he appears on the screen.

Karthik Raja's tunes are good.

Parthiban, as the innovative scriptwriter, director and a producer, walks away with the honors. His dialogue- delivery and body language are sure to evoke applause among masses.

For those yearning for a different kind of film, Kudaikul Mazhai is the right choice.

Rating: 0 / 5.0

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