All Annadurai Movie Review Videos Collection
Cast : Vijay Antony, Diana Champika, Mahima, Jwell Mary, Radha Ravi, Motta Rajakumar, Kaali Venkat, Nalinikanth & Rindhu Ravi.
Production Company : R Studios & Vijay Antony Film Corporation Producers : Radikaa Sarathkumar & Fatima Vijayantony
The Old Monk Review for the Film Annadurai and their Public Comments
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Annadurai Movie Public review in Chennai Kamala Theater
“Will Watch Annadurai 100 times”- Annadurai Public Review
In this episode Democrazy, We ask the Chennai People about their opinion on Vijay Anthony’s Annadurai Annadurai is an upcoming Tamil action family drama film directed by G. Srinivasan, starring Vijay Antony in the leading role.
Vijay Antony also composed music for the film and also served as the film editor for the first time in his career. Produced by Fatima Vijay Antony and Raadhika Sarathkumar, the film began production during February 2017
Annadurai Movie Public Review
Exclusive video of public interviews who came after watching Annadurai Vijay Antony’s recent release Tamil movie,
ANNADURAI SYNOPSIS by Timesofindia: The lives of twin brothers Annadurai and Thambidurai change radically following a murder that the former commits. How does he ensure that his sibling regains his old life?
ANNADURAI REVIEW By Timesofindia: With PichaikkaranUdhay Rajkumar), who wants to head the local trader’s body, of which Annadurai’s father is the president. And when Annadurai gets arrested for murder, Dhayalan makes his moves and turns Thambidurai’s life upside down. How does Annadurai set things right?
For all its efforts at being an action film driven by emotions, Annadurai barely passes muster. In his efforts to build up his star, director Srinivasan fails to give us a script that makes care for the characters. The emotional scenes do not impact us as much as they should because Srinivasan fails to give us characters; what we get a placeholder — the anxious mom, the disappointed father, the supportive uncle, the needy friend, the girl with a crush, and so on. Even the climax, with a touch of A Tale Of Two Cities, doesn’t move us, despite the background score’s desperate pleas.
The characters of the antagonists, too, aren’t sketched beyond their functional roles. Dylan’s character, in fact, is quite topical given the recent controversy surrounding the financier Anbuchezhiyan (who gets a thanks card in the pre-titles), and Cheran Raj is quite convincing in this role, but the character is sidelined just when he seems to be a real threat. Instead, Srinivasan chooses to raise the stakes with more villains, but every one of them, including Radha Ravi in a walk-on role as an MLA, feels slight, and this is why the film comes across as mere image-building exercise.