Kadaisi Vivasayi – #filmreview – Stole my heart and soul

18 April 2024
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Kadaisi Vivasayi - #filmreview

Kadaisi Vivasayi

This Tamizh non-hyped movie is available on SonyLiv, and except for Vijay Sethupati, there are no other superstars or even little stars in it. But each actor portrayed his or her character like the sun, luminously spreading not only wonderful talent but also warmth and beauty.

There is a particular scene where a “beggar” eating from a garbage bin brings tears not only in Ramaiah’s (played by Sethupati – he doesn’t need the Vijay, he is a commander who has also seen victory) eyes but also in the audience’s. 

Avarukku arivu valara illa, athanaala enna panninaalum yemathamudiayaathu (his intelligence has not improved, and therefore, nothing and nobody can cheat him)” is a message that I hope (only hope) will be my beacon light right through my life! 

And the hero is definitely the man who walks with the cauldron of freshly harvested paddy on his thin but powerful shoulders in the final scene! 

The movie does not rip your heart out. Instead, it gently tugs at your heartstrings and takes you to its ultimate even if obvious message. Moving at a leisurely but engaging pace, the “Last Farmer Standing” (my crude attempt at translating the title) is a must-watch!

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