REVIEW: Given that Kalakalappu 7 is a follow-up to the successful Kalakalappu (the film is not a sequel, but another story on similar lines), Sundar C goes for twice the budget (a major portion of film takes place in Kasi), twice the star cast and a plot that requires twice the screen time (well, that 8767 s how it feels, anyway) But is this twice as funny? That is the question that matters, and the answer is, not really. That said, the film is funny and keeps you in splits, though there are very few moments that come close to being as sharp and funny as the first one. This is mainly because there is over-plotting and over-indulgence (Sundar C just doesn 8767 t want to stop) and by the time the film ends, it leaves us exhausted — though, this isn 8767 t necessarily a complaint.
While the first half of Naachiyaar, after the characters are established, unfolds mainly as a flashback, giving us the romance between Kaathu and Arasi, the second half progresses as a whodunit. But the investigation, like much of the film, is less compelling. Even though Bala wants to show his Naachiyaar as a ruthless cop, perhaps because it is Jyotika playing the role, he presents this character in soft focus. And, unlike in his previous films, there is no strong antagonist for her to square off against, which robs the character of strength and the film of drama. Plus, we never really get why this cop gets so involved in this case. There is a passing mention that she is also a mother to a girl, but is that all to it?
The film begins with an IT raid in ex-minister Dharmaraj 8767 s (Madhusudhanan) house, but he manages to pass along a laptop containing the details of all his ill-gotten wealth to his auditor (Munishkanth). The auditor, hiding in Kasi, decides to use this opportunity to make money for himself and blackmails the minister. Meanwhile, a (Jai) goes to Kasi to get back his ancestral mansion, which is now being managed by Seenu (Jiiva). Seenu tries to stall him until he can get his sister engaged to Gopal (Sathish), who wants to become a sanyasi. However, his sister, Hema (Catherine) and Seenu try to make him give up the idea, and in the process, fall in love with each other. Jai, too, becomes attracted to Aishwarya (Nikki Galrani), the local tahsildar, and a family friend of Seenu. Even as Jai discovers the truth about the mansion, the two men realise that Aishwarya is about to be conned by Ganesh (Shiva), the same guy (Shiva) who had stolen their own money.
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Ranjith gives a spin to the classic white-is-pure-and-black-is-evil logic. Here, Ram is bad and Ravan is good. Watch out for the confrontation scenes between Nana Patekar and Rajinikanth. They are total paisa vasool. Hearing Rajini speak in Hindi and Marathi at times will be a delight for his fans.
NAACHIYAAR REVIEW: Is Bala turning soft? That’s the first question that pops up when Naachiyaar ends. The film has some of the elements that are a constant in a Bala film — characters from an underprivileged background, the ribbing of religion and caste, violence that makes us squirm, throwaway bits of humour that only Bala can come up with But, surprisingly (and even thankfully), doesn’t have is the cynicism that we have seen in his films so far. In its place, we get sentimentality (which feels like a relief when we consider the indulgent violence and tragedy in Thaarai Thappattai). In fact, this is as close to a feel-good film we can get from this director.
Kaala begins with an animated story-telling device similar to Bãhubali, wherein the importance of land and the suppression of the downtrodden by the power-hungry is shown. The film quickly shifts to the present day, in live-action multi-colour (with black being the prominent hue). We are shown evil politicians and land mafia hatching plans to destroy the slums of Dharavi to make it Digital Dharavi and Pure Mumbai (an obvious reference to some of the actual government schemes).