Tamizh Padam 2 Movie Review And Rating

Cast :

Shiva as Shiva and Bardhamani
Disha Pandey as Priya
Iswarya Menon as Ramya, Gayathri and Kalissi
Kalairani as Shiva's grandmother and Bardhamani’s grandmother
Kasthuri as in a special appearance at the item dance
Sathish as P (Pandiya) and Piyar
Santhana Bharathi as Nakul
Manobala as Siddharth
R. Sundarrajan as Bharath
Nizhalgal Ravi as Inbasekhar

Crew :

Directed by : C. S. Amudhan
Produced by : S. Sashikanth
Music by : N.Kannan
Cinematography : Gopi Amarnath
Edited by : T. S. Suresh
Production Company : Y NOT Studios
Distributed by : Trident Arts

Review :

The story which is the continuation of Tamizh Padam has ample connections with the first part. In fact the villain in this movie is actually a henchman of the antagonist in the first part.

The director has delivered what he promised, the film has not sparred anyone right from Kollywood to Hollywood. Politicians were not left behind as well. Instead of just spoofing other films, Amudhan has knitted a story with a few twists and turns and has executed it close to perfection as well. He has made the movie from the audience’s perspective. He seems to know the pulse of the audience and has carried the movie accordingly.

For instance in the second half when the movie is in a good flow, the lead pair start a dream song, this actually would have dragged the screenplay. But even as the song began the couples will themselves say that placing a song at this junction will cause unnecessary lag in the movie and hence the songs get cut. Small instances like this keeps the audience entertained and engaged.

Rating - 3/5