An aspiring director targets a ruthless gangster because he wants to make a violent gangster film. His discreet attempts to research the gangster fail miserably. Finally when he gets caught snooping, things hit the fan.
A gentle girl born and brought up amidst the ever growing eco-social-consumeristic environment finds it difficult to fit in the society. She decides to take it hard on the people. What she does is the rest of the story.
Arun Prabhu Purushothaman
Padmashri Mohammad Ali,
It is all about the life and times of two kids Periya Kakka Muttai (Vignesh) and his younger brother Chinna Kaaka Muttai (Ramesh) growing up in a slum, who make their living stealing coal from the railway yard. Their father is in the jail while mother (Ishwarya Rajesh) brings them up. The urchins have their own dreams like any other kids and here, they want to try out a Pizza from the newly opened Pizza shop. Their curiosity about pizza is because, the new shop is opened by Tamil star Silambarasan. They decide that by hook or crook, they will gain entry into the upmarket Pizza shop and have a slice of it with their own money. Will they succeed in their attempt ?Written by
One of the best i ve seen in the history of Tamil cinema
Kakka Muttai one of the finest films ever made in Tamil film industry, the National award(for best children's film and child artist) given to this film is so totally justified.One moment i was having a hearty laugh and another moment in tears after watching the movie, i realised how blessed we people are and also very much sad that the editor of this movie MR.kishore te is no more he has done a wonderful job young talent taken away very soon. A BIG THANKS TO THE WHOLE TEAM OF KAKKA MUTTAI starting from director Mani, iswarya(who played the mother role), both the child artists(Ramesh & Vignesh) and Kudos to both Dhanush and vetrimaran for presenting this very simple yet beautiful film.when i decided to watch kakka muttai, i preffered to watch it from a very modest theatre and needless to say we have to adjust to a few settings like the evergreen BEEDI wielding smokers and KUDI MAGANGAL of our society but this time it was totally different After 30-40 mins in to the film.The man behind me who was a little bit drunk and constantly resorted to unnecessary hooting and clapping, suddenly become quiet and a few more moment i realised the whole cinema hall was quiet as if they were watching there own lives unfold in front of them in a BIG SCREEN.This is what good movies do to people no matter WHAT YOU ARE,WHO YOU ARE you get carried away
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