Director Bramma ‘s Kuttram Kadithal has evocatively executed a moving tale between a young couple, who is guilty-ridden for an unintentional crime and a single mother whose son is in great danger.
The incident which has been discussed in Kuttram Kadithal is a simple one and not many of us would give great importance to it. We are hearing a lot of incidents where teachers physically punishing students in newspapers and TV channels but most of us never really cared that beating a child is a crime and one shouldn’t do it even unintentionally. People think that physical punishments would teach discipline to students but it is a crime and the particular message has been beautifully portrayed in Kuttram Kadithal.
Though the handled subject could be used to incorporate preachy dialogues, Bramman has executed the film sensibly that he hasn’t taken any sides. The issue has been handled with great maturity and sincerity, which is something very rare in Indian cinema.
Actors Radhika Prasidha and Master Ajay have impressed us with their natural performances that we believe them to be real life teacher and student. Pavel Navageethan and the rest of the actors too have completely justified the roles given to them.
Another interesting aspect of Kuttam Kadithal is that the songs have been used effectively in the narration and they are not hindering the flow of the movie. Overall, Kuttram Kadithal is a brilliant film and it deserves all your attention!