Kattapava Kanom Movie Review
Rating :- 3/5 Reviewed by: M Suganth Site: TimesOfIndia
Given its premise and its possibilities, Kattapava Kanom could have been wackier, still, in its present form, the film is an amusing diversion. What makes Kattapava Kanom work (to the extent it does) is that director Mani Seiyon understands the tone that this material needs and keeps it that way from start to finish — a playful, don’t-take-me-seriously tone that is smartly pitched on the right side of silliness. Sometimes, it is the sprightly (if overbearing) score by Santhosh Dhayanidhi that keeps reminding us to just relax and have fun.
Rating :- Reviewed by: Malini Mannath Site: NewIndianExpress
The plot revolves around a fish named Kattappa and of how it turns the fortune of the people it comes in contact with. It opens with a voiceover on how hero Pandy’s bad luck followed him from his birth to his adult days. It’s followed by the Pandy-Meena romance and marriage. The characters are numerous. The humour in the lines makes one laugh. But at times the dialogue is laced in abundance with double entendre and off-colour jokes. The film at the most is a promising effort from a debutant maker.
Rating :- 1/5 Reviewed by: Baradwaj Rangan Site: FilmCompanion
Everything in this film has to do with fish. The plot. The name of the antagonist: Vanjaram (Tamil for seer fish). Or even the title: Kattappava Kaanom (Kattappa is Missing). The object of everyone’s interest is a fish named after the most fascinating character in Baahubali. It says it wants to be a crime caper. (The plot gets going when, well, Kattappa goes missing.) But the resulting shenanigans are a storm in a D-cup.
Rating :- 3/5 Reviewed by: Kollywood Team Site: Kollywood
The couple will make a top-secret wish in front of the fish which they require one crore however they end up at a vast trouble as three strangers (Thirumurugan, Jaya Kumar, Kaali Venkat) house arrests them to know about the secret shared by a dead man, who had secreted 4 crores. Coming to acting of Sibiraj, in this film he has improved a lot and he scores with his delicate expressions. Aishwarya Rajesh does not have much space to performance here and she was merely satisfactory. Kaali Venkat is a exposure whereas ‘Mime’ Gopi sleepwalks.
Kattappava Kanom – Official Tamil Trailer | Sibiraj, Aishwarya Rajesh | Santhosh Dayanidhi