Movie Review

Kalakalappu 2 Movie Review

Banner Name: Avni Cinemax Private Limited
Producer: Khushbu Sundar
Director: Sundar C
User's Rating

7/10

Critic's Rating

7/10

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Presented By: Avni Cinemax Private Limited
Certified Type:  U / A
Music Director: HipHop Tamizha
Editor: Srikanth
Language: Tamil
Art Director: Ponraj Kumar
Story Writer: Sundar C
Sensor Board: CBFC
Cinematographer: Brindha, Dhinesh, Shobi, Rock Shankar
Story Details
An ex-minister tries to get back a laptop containing the details about his corrupt wealth, but his auditor blackmails him for money. Meanwhile, three young men, with their own problems, get involved in this.
Others Comment:
The film begins with an IT raid in ex-minister Dharmaraj'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 youngster (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 young men realise that Aishwarya is about to be conned by Ganesh (Shiva), the same guy (Shiva) who had stolen their own money. Plot has always been a clothes-hanger for Sundar C to string his comedy sequences and that is the case in Kalakalappu 2, too. After establishing the core plot, he keeps introducing newer sub-plots and newer characters. He devotes the entire first half to establishing the problems of Seenu and Jai. The actors have minimal scope for comedy and are mainly required to play straight-faced characters who drive the plot, romance the heroines (who are there mainly to add some glam) and dance in the songs (too many, too loud, and the chief reason behind the length of the film).
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Technical Department

Rating
Direction 7
Editor 7
Casting Producer 7
Art Department 8
Music Director 8

Technical Department

Rating
Story Department 7
Choreography 8
Cinematography 8
Graphics 7
Field Publicity 7
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