Chinna Babu review: Village-based drama
Karthi starring Chinna Babu, which is directed by pandiraj and produced by actor Suriya, has hit the theatres this Friday. Gorgeous Sayesha Saigal paired up with Karthi and this is the Tamil family drama “Kadai Kutty Singam” and dubbed in Telugu as ChinnaBabu.
The story of Chinna Babu: Karthi as Krishnam Raju and Sathyaraj as Rudra Raju, Krishnam Raju is the only son of Rudra Raju, who was born after five daughters. All the family members used call Krishnam Raju as Chinna Babu. Chinna Babu is a farmer and always desires to prove farming is a respectful job. Meanwhile, He falls in love with Neerada (Sayyeshaa Saigal), but the joint family has a marriage proposal to him. Chinna Babu struggles to convince his sisters and family members for his marriage. How will he convince his sisters and marry his love interest? And rest of the story, watch on big screen.
- Karthi performance.
- Story and screenplay.
- Rich Visuals.
Non- Quenching aspects:
- Tamil flavour.
Performance: Karthi is one of the prominent actors, who can essay any role. He is perfectly fit in the role of the farmer. Especially, his dialogue delivery, body language and expressions are perfect. Karthi took the entire movie on his shoulder as chinnababu. Sathyaraj’s performance as we know he did well.Sayyeshaa Saigal played her role in a natural way. Viji Chandrasekhar, Arthana Binu, BhanuPriya Ponvannan, Soori, Sriman and others performed well.
Technical: Chinna Babu is a simple story. Screenplay makes this simple story in a different. Velrajs gives excellent visuals with his Cinematography. He captures the soul of the colourful village very well. Production values are rich and the art department has done a good job by showing beauty of the village. D.Imman composed good Background music. Editing and Dialogues are worthy.
Analysis: Finally, Chinna Babu is village based drama. Director tried to highlight the major problems of joint families. The movie is full of Tamil flavour. The first half is good. The second half gets a little slow with emotional scenes. And the climax is satisfactory.