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He wants to make a film about a murderer, but is rejected at every turn. It seems that these shots give a hint what filmmaker Ram Kumar might have had to do with this screenplay in reality. However, for him, the pressures of his own families force him to become a police officer.
They cruelly find a woman killed and Arun finds out that it may have something to do with an earlier case. The research he did for his screenplay all suggests that this could be the work of a mass murderer, and there's hardly a hint.
Soon there are further killings, one of which is a bereavement, which only reinforces his determination to capture the killer. Ratsazan is a skilful mystery novel, for the most part. Amala Paul is playing a schoolteacher, who enchants Arun. Even the mandatory romantic love story is quickly completed with a few moments.
In the second half, the story comes to a standstill when a person's own disappearance threaten to direct the movie towards a melodramatic drama that doesn't fit this footage, but Ram Kumar succeeds in avoiding this trap. However, the principal does not restrain himself when it comes to force.
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Chivantha Vaanam Chekka Film Overview: Chivantha Vaanam Movie Review: At the beginning of Chekka Chivantha Vaanam, an effort is made to save the lives of an aging Don, Senapathy (Prakash Raj). Don has three boys - the oldest, Varadan (Arvind Swami), the second, Thyagu (Arun Vijay), a black stallion, and the third, Ethi (STR), the most unpopular.
Chekka Chivantha Vaanam's early establishment immediately reminded you of The Godfather, you're not mistaken. If the three boys were more worried about who among them would replace their fathers than to find the man who almost got theirs? Considering the large number of participating actors, the movie takes a while to get going, as the first few shots of each figure are rather less exposed and give us an overview of their past and motivation.
Especially the first half is a crime thriller, where each of the scenes serves as a means to bring the questions that drive the story to the table again and again - who planned Senapathy's assassination? The movie gives us a lot of unsubs - the lifelong rivals Rasool (Vijay Sethupathi), a policeman and youth boyfriend of Varadan, Chezhiyan (Siva Ananth), the right handed man whose dad was murdered by Senapathy, Chitra (Jyotika), Varadan's woman and Chezhiyan's daugther, and the boys themselves, each with their own aspirations.
In the second half, the movie really sets off as the fight for the Senapathy throne becomes the dominating focus of attention as the brethren try to outsmart each other. Mani Ratnam does everything commercially (like Agni Natchathiram, the movie is not profound in a fresh way) and gives each of his celebrities his own moments of the masses - Arvind Swami gets a grandiose actionscene, Vijay Sethupathi the quips, Arun Vijay, a diabolical atmosphere and STR, charme and an emotive snap.
He is still the production champion (and Santosh Sivan makes the visually appealing), but the scenes aren't as smoothly as in his other movies; there are several awkward leaps from one sequence to the next, made even clearer by Rahman's scores, which try a little too much to include song instead of a backing music.
It is also more or less a "man movie" that prefers weapons to girl, like most hood movies. On his merit, the movie does not seem to apologetically consider this fact. But when we culminate, the movie reverts to its godfather origins by showing us that vengeance is indeed a meal that is best eaten chilled.