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The movie is made around the concept of how we can please God and still fail to achieve His forgiveness. This is conveyed through the fantastic vision the director has created on the screen. Throughout, images of fireballs, show the wrath of God as demonic forces reach out and destroy us. The out of sync dialogue occasionally helps in creating a sense of such scenes. The little boy who represents Shiva in this film is particularly impressive. He is spelt like a Tamil, but speaks like a Telugu. Every scene and scene transition is driven by music. There’s lots of bass and drums here. Some of the numbers are brilliant. The only thing that it’s lacking is the ability to incite any emotion; it is most definitely a story driven piece of visuals. The C-grade songs too don’t really make it to the next level.
This brings us to the next issue. 1.5 lakh is an enormous amount for a temple; nowhere in Amman movies do you find this temple being raised to such heights. 2. Amman is not Shiva nor is he Krishna, so why should we have a duplicate of a temple? After all, there are already plenty of temples. 3. His love triangle is tacky enough to merit skipping.
And in terms of scripting, it’s amazing what a film can achieve with the concept of dog. In a different movie, Siva’s film studios may have been a blind man’s guide. “Chinnaraivu”, “Kasuthara”, “Kasakku”, etc. are creative and hilarious. Here’s hoping that the same spirit applies to Amman, though as a Siva devotee, the credit will belong to him.
with the coming of age of the tamizh film industry, i have always felt it was only a matter of time that the ktv (kamma tamil video) film industry would grow. with films like mookuthi amman on the horizon, it appears to be the time. this film appears to be a strong contender for the title of the next in the ktv industry. and of course, the visuals are spectacular. but is the film a compelling one? well, its a bit slow in the middle, but that can be blamed on the fact that it is a sequel. there are no new story arcs to explore. the film follows the same lines as the previous one and while the small-time local villains are more interesting, the larger ones are recycled. the new villain, bagavathy baba, is a huge let down. he doesnt have enough screen presence to carry the film. the story is more or less the same as mookuthi amman. here, nithya (vamsi krishna) is a young, innocent ktv fan. her father (jai akash) is a teetotaler who cant stand the sight of blood. he has a daughter who is into ktv, and as such, nithya is a bit of a rebel. she wants to quit the profession, but her dad doesnt have the heart to let her go. thankfully, rajakali amman saves her. she sees her as the saviour and falls in love with her. nithya and rajakali amman get married in the end. it is a very neat concept. there is a lot of sentimentality in the relationships. but what feels jarring is that its a sequel. the characterisation is too much like the original. but at least, the mood is right. the film has some memorable shots, especially some of the action sequences. the music too is commendable. the visuals are spectacular. what about the performances? they are quite effective. 5ec8ef588b