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Zee5's Tamil webster is an incredibly sinister mystery story with incalculable character. Kallachirippu, the new Tamil web serial of Zee5 and Karthik Subbaraj, takes place in a very small universe - it focuses on members of two worlds, their mysteries, acts and effects. In an age when it becomes very difficult to create proper female parts in "women-centered" movies, there is a show here that is rewriting the standards of how a lead woman can/should be represented.

This show is about the unintentional murder of a man by his woman (played terribly by Amrutha Srinivasan) and the following incidents. Kallachirippu, Amrutha Srinivasan. It' s astonishing how with every single happening we see the shifts come away from the character; it's almost scandalous how unforeseeable they become at the end of the show.

The 24-year-old Mahanati, for example, is shocked by the event after she killed her man by mistake, but is not afraid. The show shows her main actress in a way we have seldom seen (at least not before on screen). It' hard to tell which of the characters is worse than the other at the end of the show.

Author and stage-manager Roju, who also stars as one of the main characters in the show, uses a non-linear script to make the story very interesting by repeating incidents - several occasions - at key points to turn them into a captivating clock. That much so that it becomes incredibly hard to predict what might come next, and that is one of the main reason why Kallachirippu is much better than most Tamil movies in the Neo-Noir area.

Callachirippu also offers beautiful talks between the feminine figures. Mahanati - Amrutha Srinivasan is the owner of this show; it is a pleasure to see it on the canvas. It' hard at first to see why she's furious and annoyed most of the times, but as we get to know her more with each installment, it's great to see her take over.

Kallachirippu is a big step forward compared to web production standard.

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