Kadaikutty Singam Movie Review

Sathyaraj, Bhanupriya, Viji, Karthi, Priya Bhavani Shankar, Arthana Binu in Kadaikutty Singam Movie Review
Sathyaraj and Viji Chandrasekar are married and have four girl Children. However, Sathyaraj wants a boy child and marries Viji’s sister Banupriya.

Banupriya also gives birth to a girl baby. Meanwhile, Viji gets pregnant again and Karthi is born. After completing his tenth standard, Karthi shows intererst in farming and takes up the occupation.

He is very fond of all his sisters and fulfil all their needs. He falls in love with Sayyeesha Saigal who is the daughter of Ponvannan.

However, this creates problem in the family as Karthi’s sisters want him to marry either Priya Bhavani Shankar or Arthana who are his nieces.
Sayesha & Karthi Kadaikutty Singam Movie Review
In the meantime Sayeesha’s nephew plots to kill Karthi. Is Karthi able to solve the problem within his family, how did he tackle all the issues, whom did he finally marry forms the rest of the story.

Karthi has shedded his mass hero image and has acted as complete family man in the movie. He has done exceptionally well in the scenes where he praises farmers and farming.

His bonding with the family and love towards Sayyeesha are all well written and executed neatly. Sayyeesha has got a role to showcase her acting talents and has grabbed the opportunity with both hands.

Sathyaraj as the family head has displayed seasoned acting. Soori who comes as Karthi’s nephew takes care of the humour portions.

Director Pandiraj has handled an ensemble of stars in the movie effectively and has got what he had wanted. Pandiraj has stressed on the importance of farming, joint family and its strength through this film.

Dialogues in the movie are the biggest straight. Cinematography by Velraj is also colourful and has captured village life beautifully. BGM by D Imman has also kept the audience engaged to the flick.

Kadaikutty Singam is an out and out family entertainer which will keep the audience entertained.

Rating: 3.25/5 – Small lion roaring big