Sangathamizhan Movie Review

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Vijay Sethupathi’s common frame-up with erstwhile format flow out throughout the film.

Vijay Sethupathi’s casual dialogues from the film of “Idharkuthane Aasaipattai Balakumara” right now the film “Sangathamizhan” elating in his career. As usual, “Sangathamizhan” first half goes gradual stuffs with Soori and Vijay Sethupathi’s comic blended upon, romance with a couple of heroines and here and there some fuzzy eccentrics come up and in the second half clear cut the sequences.

Murugan (Vijay Sethupathi) who is a lethargic guy and his motto is to become as a film star. Even his family members never give up to his aspiration. By these sequels, next about heroine portions. A rich business man’s daughter Raashi Khanna falls in love with Murugan initially Murugan refuse her proposal, Raashi Khanna’s father against towards their love. In a situation, Sanjay (Ravi Kishan) fly towards Chennai from Mumbai to give cautionary to the guy Murugan.

Once he envisions Murugan directly, the industrialist Sanjay gets compromised with Murugan and making a plan. Which is Murugan need to act as Sanga Thamizhan, who is belong a village, always the guy Thamiz and his father Nasser work for the village people’s outgrowth and even Thenmozhi joins with them.

In this scenario, in the village a politician and Sanjay join together, decided to launch a copper factory. Now, the script clears the audiences, few dialogues relates towards issues on copper factory and awareness of cutting the trees and the script ends with a solution for the copper factory. Finally, viewers would realize, who is Murugan and what happened to Sangathamizhan in his village.

Vijay Sethupathi believe in his causal body language and causal dialogues other than new things couldn’t observed. A couple of heroines carried out the performances in an adequate manner. The actors like Mime Gopi, Nasser, doesn’t hold tight in the sequels. Only Vijay Sethupathi’s carries the film. The director Vijay Chandar attempt quondam concept, cinematography of Velraj makes a gradual attention, Vivek-Mervin music doesn’t attract the audience.

Verdict: already given message in many films. One more time.

Rating: 2.5 / 5


Vijay Sethupathi * Sangathamizhan (Murugan)

Raashi Khanna

Nivetha Pethuraj * Thenmozhi




Ashutosh Rana

Mime Gopi



Directed by * Vijay Chandar

Produced by * Bharathi Reddy

Music by * Vivek-Mervin

Cinematography * R. Velraj

Edited by * Praveen K. L.

Production Company * Vijaya Productions

Distributed by * Libra Productions

by Deepa Vijendra Rao


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