Kanavu Variyam Movie Review and Rating

Cast :

Arun Chidambaram as Ezhil
Jiya Shankar as Veena
Ilavarasu as Appa
Senthil Kumari as Amma
Black Pandi as Sakkarai
Gnanasambandan as Gnanasambandan
Yog Japee
T. P. Gajendran
Lollu Sabha Easter

Crew : 

Directed by : Arun Chidambaram
Produced by : Dr. A. Chidambaram, Karthik Chidambaram
Music by : Shyam Benjamin
Cinematography : S. Selvakumar
Edited by : Gaugin
Production Company : DCKAP Cinema

Review :

Kanavu Variyam written and directed by Arun Chidambaram and produced by DCKAP cinemas. Distributed by Warner Bros. Also starring Arun Chidambaram in the lead role, alongside Jiya Shankar, the film revolves around power cuts and electricity deficit in the villages of Tamil Nadu.

Ezhil (Arun) has dependably been interested about everything in the universe since youth, and science entranced him the most. He had an affinity for electronic items and cherished taking in the details related with it. As years cruised by, his interest, as well, grew up with him. Regardless of running a little electronic repair shop, he tries to study increasingly and do logical tests. His companion (Black Pandi) goes with him generally and loans bolster for everything he could ever want. Ezhil’s dad (Ilavarasu), as well, supports him and is the defensive compel at home, not at all like his mom who frequently censures him for the ‘odd investigations’.

The villagers which frequently confront interfered with power supply trust that a day would come where they needn’t rely on upon power for their horticulture needs. Ezhil takes this as a test and begins finding out about creating power from wind. A custodian in the town (Gnanasambandam) offers assistance to him by offering the obliged books to him. His better half Veena (Jiya), with whom he goes gaga for after a few experiences, as well, guarantees to be with him till he accomplishes his main goal.Then again, Gopi (Yog Japee), who works in an IT firm in Chennai, leaves his place of employment regardless of being offered an immense pay as he thinks cultivating is what’s to come. He returns to the town and enjoys differed rural exercises, and turns into a fool. Individuals who were relying upon their territories for long years encourage him to quit doing diligent work as they feel his endeavors would go squander.

How Ezhil and Gopi strive to follow their heart and prove others wrong follows the rest of the story. Apart from Arun who has acted in the lead role and directed the film has done justice to the role of an enthusiastic youngster. As a director, though his plot and intention is commendable, amateurish execution and slow screenplay spoil the flow of the narration. Gnanasambandam and Ilavarasu play their part effortlessly and Yog Japee does his part convincingly.

Rating - 3/5