Chekka Chivantha Vaanam is a Crime Thriller movie Directed by Mani Ratnam. The film includes a troupe cast like Silambarasan, Arvind Swami, Jyothika,Vijay Sethupathi, Arun Vijay, Aditi Rao Hydari, Aishwarya Rajesh, Prakash Raj, Thiagarajan, and Mansoor Alikhan. The movie produced by Mani Ratnam and A.subaskaran under the banner of Madras Talkies and lyca Productions.
The music of this film is done by A.R Rahman and It’s Cinematography by Santhosh Sivan. The movie will release on 28 September 2018.
Chekka Chivantha Vaanam Cast and Release Date
|Directed by||Mani Ratnam|
|Release date||28 September 2018 (India)|
|Production company||Madras Talkies
|Produced by||Mani Ratnam
|Music by||A. R. Rahman|
|Edited by||Sreekar Prasad|
|Written by||Mani Ratnam
|Cast||Arvind Swami as Varadan
Silambarasan as Ethi
Vijay Sethupathi as Rasool Ebrahim
Arun Vijay as Thyagu
Jyothika as Chitra
Aditi Rao Hydari as Parvathi
Aishwarya Rajesh as Renu
Dayana Erappa as Chaaya
Prakash Raj as Senapathi
Mansoor Ali Khan
George Vijay Nelson
Chekka Chivantha Vaanam Review
“At the point when will the vintage Mani Ratnam we as a whole know will be back”. These are words and assessments reverberated by most of the movie cherishing club and all the more especially among the general population who are energetic about the executive and his movies. Be that as it may, tragically the chief who has lost his Midas contact and enchantment (that is the thing that his ongoing reputation appears) isn’t allowing to his fans to help the voice of his returning showing his craftsmanship once more. Will Chekka Chivantha Vaanam be the response to that much-anticipated rebound vehicle of the executive is the central issue?
Stacked with an elegant line up of on-screen characters that likewise incorporate a few heavyweights from the specialized field, CCV appears as though it may be the case that one movie that we as a whole were sitting tight to see from the chief (who hypnotized us in the nineties) to put his stamp by and by. A strong and splendidly executed wrongdoing and criminal film with fantastic foundation score with an extraordinary bit of camera work environments the film on an alternate level by and large. Not to overlook is the Mani Ratnam enchantment which was absent for a long time which we see once more (however not totally). The brightness in the execution of different shots and scenes in the entire film that made the man so prevalent and fruitful is there to be seen once more.
SPOILERS AHEAD IN THE UPCOMING PARAGRAPH. Senapathi is an intense representative and a wear who is profoundly compelling among the political circle. Varadhan, Thyagu, and Ethier are his children. The plot creates inside the family itself as an unsuccessful homicide endeavor on Senapathi clears route for various speculating amusements and changes with respect to who arranged and executed it. Everyone’s eyes are on Senapati’s opponent Chinnappadas played by Thyagarajan. Or then again is there an alternate curve and edge to the story?
While the film takes a moderate begin giving a progressive improvement to the story without uncovering anything and holding the tension section unblemished, it is the last bit and the remarkable peak that gives an alternate interest to the account. It’s all weapons and shots in addition to activity once the plot thickens and Mani, the expert could nail it to close flawlessness.
The genuine fight starts to release just by the midway stage however the screenplay has enough ammo in its kitty to connect with the crowd for the segments previously that. Back up parent point which was being specified when the trailer was discharged do have its reference yet the treatment and floating away from that association with another edge was essential.
Aravind Swami, Simbu, and Arun Vijay instituted the jobs of Varadan, Ethi, and Thyagu separately. Every one of the three had the level with screen space and are a piece of some top-notch shots. Vijay Sethupathi as a suspended cop exceeded expectations with his comic timings and jokes. Prakash Raj and Thyagarajan were fantastic decisions for the jobs of Senapathi and Chinnapadas individually.
In a male-overwhelmed film, the women in the pack get sidelined. CCV is a great instance of such a control subsequently not enabling the women to thrive anytime. Jyothika, Aishwarya Rajesh, Adithi Rao, and Jayasudha had scattered scenes to perform yet they couldn’t make a solid impact in the film.
Without AR Rahman’s experience score (BGM is credited to one more individual in the film, however, I am not recollecting his name), Santhosh Sivan’s remarkable camera work and Sreekar Prasad’s tight and fresh altering, CCV would have achieved no place. These three offices alongside Mani Ratnam’s enchantment in narrating is the thing that makes this film an exceptional one.
I wouldn’t go on and say that Chekka Chivantha Vaanam is Mani Ratnam’s best work yet considering the duds that we are seeing from him as of late, this is one film which remains most importantly those as a sharp spine chiller stuffed with wrongdoing, activity, and vengeance. The shape is transitory yet class is perpetual goes the truism. CCV legitimize that conviction as we see the Midas contact of one of India’s top of the line executive back on the wide screen. What’s more, cherished the manner in which they demonstrated the end credits with the examination report running in the background to the tune of a substantial and power-stuffed BGM.