“Komban” Tamil Movie Review:

Komban Review
“Komban”  is a movie that has been released worldwide today evening.  This movie had undergone many pains where the producers and the movie crew were in a deep struggle till minutes before the pre-release of the movie this evening. A politician had filed case against the movie stating that the movie was influencing about a particular caste and degrading an another particular caste.  Later the court dismissed the petition  stating that the movie did not contain such scenes or dialogues in the movie.

The movie is starred by Karthi ,  Rajkiran and Lakshmi Menon in lead roles. Along with them Karunas, Director Marimuthu, Thambi Ramiah, Super Subrayan, Kovai Sarla and others.  The movie has been directed by Muthiah, music has been scored by G. V. Kumar, R. Velraj has handled the camera ND edited by K. L. Praveen.  K. R. Gnanavelraja has produced the movie on behalf of Studio Green.

The story of the movie “Komban” has been nicely narrated.  Firstly to say is that the movie does not portray any scenes complimenting or degrading any caste or Creed.  The movie is based on a village background.  Karthi plays the role of Komban and as the son of Kovai Sarla.  Komban is said to be a straight forward and parallely an angry person. Though Komban is professionally a butcher of goats and sheep, his words are been obeyed by the people of the village Arasanadu as an honour for his straightforward behaviour.  His words decides the head of their village.  A competition arises in choosing the village head and difference of opinion between Komban and rival group arises.

Lakshmi Menon named as Pazhani in the movie is the daughter of Rajkiran who plays as Muthiah in the movie.  One fine day Komban happens to see Pazhani and dreams about her and builds his love on her.  In one stage Komban marries Pazhani with the consent of their parents. This unity in the family stays for few months and one sudden day a dispute arises in the family and Komban gets separated. This separation which not even stays for a day, changes the activities of Komban and his love on Pazhani and her father Muthiah grows up.

The rest part of the movie has to be watched and seen what the rival group proceed with.  Is Komban alive? Killed?? What happens to Rajkiran and Lakshmi Menon???

Answer is watch the film.

The movie depicts a valuable relationship between a son-in-law and a father-in-law.  Movie does not contain any scenes of obscene. No filthy dialogues.  Looks like movie with violence.  You can see knifes but no irritating murders or bloody scenes. Karthi has again proved that he can be one among the best in village backdrop subjects too.  His dialogue delivery make the audience to enjoy.  Nothing to comment about Rajkiran,  since he always rocks in his character he plays.  Karthi dialogues about Rajkiran to Lakshmi Menon and Rajkiran reaction make the mindset of the audience to sit tight in their seats. Lakshmi Menon acting performance as good as before.  Her presentation in kitchen appreciative. G. V. Prakash’s background scores and music for the songs appreciative. Cameraman Velraj colour tone make the audience to keep their eyes with village nativity. Editor Praveen has given his regular perfection in editing.  Velmurugan’s voice for the song ‘Karuppu Nerathazhagi’ still keeps running in the ears minds of the audience. Other supporting artistes have done justice to their work. Though scenes could resemble of yesteryear films, the narration and direction of Muthiah will surely satisfy the expectations of the audience.

“Komban” can be definitely watched with your whole family without any hesitation.

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“Komban” Tamil Movie Review:

Komban Review April 1st, 2015

Komban Review
“Komban”  is a movie that has been released worldwide today evening.  This movie had undergone many pains where the producers and the movie crew were in a deep struggle till minutes before the pre-release of the movie this evening. A politician had filed case against the movie stating that the movie was influencing about a particular caste and degrading an another particular caste.  Later the court dismissed the petition  stating that the movie did not contain such scenes or dialogues in the movie.

The movie is starred by Karthi ,  Rajkiran and Lakshmi Menon in lead roles. Along with them Karunas, Director Marimuthu, Thambi Ramiah, Super Subrayan, Kovai Sarla and others.  The movie has been directed by Muthiah, music has been scored by G. V. Kumar, R. Velraj has handled the camera ND edited by K. L. Praveen.  K. R. Gnanavelraja has produced the movie on behalf of Studio Green.

The story of the movie “Komban” has been nicely narrated.  Firstly to say is that the movie does not portray any scenes complimenting or degrading any caste or Creed.  The movie is based on a village background.  Karthi plays the role of Komban and as the son of Kovai Sarla.  Komban is said to be a straight forward and parallely an angry person. Though Komban is professionally a butcher of goats and sheep, his words are been obeyed by the people of the village Arasanadu as an honour for his straightforward behaviour.  His words decides the head of their village.  A competition arises in choosing the village head and difference of opinion between Komban and rival group arises.

Lakshmi Menon named as Pazhani in the movie is the daughter of Rajkiran who plays as Muthiah in the movie.  One fine day Komban happens to see Pazhani and dreams about her and builds his love on her.  In one stage Komban marries Pazhani with the consent of their parents. This unity in the family stays for few months and one sudden day a dispute arises in the family and Komban gets separated. This separation which not even stays for a day, changes the activities of Komban and his love on Pazhani and her father Muthiah grows up.

The rest part of the movie has to be watched and seen what the rival group proceed with.  Is Komban alive? Killed?? What happens to Rajkiran and Lakshmi Menon???

Answer is watch the film.

The movie depicts a valuable relationship between a son-in-law and a father-in-law.  Movie does not contain any scenes of obscene. No filthy dialogues.  Looks like movie with violence.  You can see knifes but no irritating murders or bloody scenes. Karthi has again proved that he can be one among the best in village backdrop subjects too.  His dialogue delivery make the audience to enjoy.  Nothing to comment about Rajkiran,  since he always rocks in his character he plays.  Karthi dialogues about Rajkiran to Lakshmi Menon and Rajkiran reaction make the mindset of the audience to sit tight in their seats. Lakshmi Menon acting performance as good as before.  Her presentation in kitchen appreciative. G. V. Prakash’s background scores and music for the songs appreciative. Cameraman Velraj colour tone make the audience to keep their eyes with village nativity. Editor Praveen has given his regular perfection in editing.  Velmurugan’s voice for the song ‘Karuppu Nerathazhagi’ still keeps running in the ears minds of the audience. Other supporting artistes have done justice to their work. Though scenes could resemble of yesteryear films, the narration and direction of Muthiah will surely satisfy the expectations of the audience.

“Komban” can be definitely watched with your whole family without any hesitation.

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