Friday, August 12, 2011

Deiva Thirumagal

Based on a strong emotional bond between a mentally challenged father and his 5 year old daughter, the movie enhanced in splendid acting from Vikram as a 7 year old mindset brought exactly on screen. Deiva Thirumagal – holy angle, is seldom to Tamil cinema coming out from the director Vijay’s innovation perhaps is a experience of smart innocent irreplaceable by any other actor except Vikram in lead.

The movie comes out as a refreshing to audience as once in a while rainbow, touching deep in heart feeling how wonderful our artiest are at phase bringing emotions real on screen isn’t a delight without the sophisticated directors and actors. As a message of love, courtesy and grace the movie embraces the beauty in presence of cute expressions and the camera captures everything in delight so well natural and meld with settings.

To say about Nila particularly, she is such an adorable child artist unique in smile and visage; perceived the character well and expressed beautifully. Like a second hero on the second half, Anushka stressed her vigor to unite the separated father and daughter as a junior lawyer, goes against the undefeated senior lawyer (Nazzar) is a challenge that ends with emotion defeats ethics.

The conversation gesture between the father and daughter at the court room is a best emotion ever seen on screen, is unique which moved me a lot going through a sense which inexpressible. The humor part of the movie wasn’t great but little bit innocent is lovable… and the fun part happens when Krishna (Vikram) search for his friends in the hotel lobby.

Every other character in the movie helps to build the mound and Amala Paul as a bond corresponded, her attitudes towards the child is an example I wish everyone follows so. The songs doesn’t outstanding here since it goes off adjacent with the scenes, the silence impress in background where no scoring exists. The story telling song could have been composed better in picture and Vizhigalil Oru Vaanavil (a rainbow at vision) is quite poetic and adorable.

Deiva Thirumagal – is unique to Tamil cinema, derives people to theater!

(Below is a beautiful photo video song from the film album. )

15 comments:

Kavi said...

I quite liked the movie ! and you have a pretty accurate descriptionhere

ashok said...

yes.good movie

eden said...

This is interesting to watch. Thank you for sharing a great review of the movie.

Have a great weekend.

Eden said...

Hi, Jeevan!

Just dropping by to say thank you so much for the visit and comments. Greatly appreciated.

venus66 said...

Nice review. Heard a lot of this movie but yet to watch. Thank you for sharing.

kalaiselvisblog said...

Hi Jeevan,

Iam kalai. I hope u remember me. Well, its nice 2 c ur post again. Its really superb.

I 2 cried a lot without my knowledge at the court scene between the father and his daughter...

Vikram, as usual so good.. Nila, she really really did well...

Ash said...

Sounds amazing. I can't wait to watch this!

geeth said...

I loved the movie.. very touching.

Rajesh said...

Very interesting review.

Jyoti Mishra said...

Looks like an interesting plot.
Will watch it !!

Anonymous said...

just realized...its the remake of an Ajay Devgan / Sushmita sen hindhi movie...

ashok

Anonymous said...

Main Aisa Hi Hoon is the hindi version...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Aisa_Hi_Hoon

'Iam Sam' is the english movie...

Dawn said...

Vikram is a great actor no doubt I love his acting...not sure if I have the strength to see this movie...as when it involves kids ....I somehow loose my strength ...can't see tears in their eyes....
thanks for sharing dear...
hugs to you!!! you made me emotional here with the review.
Cheers

Anand Kumar G said...

I like the movie till the father(krishna) fights for his beloved little daughter (Nilla) with innocent love, I don't understand from where the practicality thought emerges in his mind to leave the little princes, to some one's hand, where she will not be happy but thinking about her father. Even though the differently abled father was convinced by an ordinary human being and worried about the daughter's future, he should have felt the love & loneliness of the kid. So the moral of my story is Love & Practicality is paradox, oxymoron etc.....

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