Review by : saravanan
Vijay Sethupathi, Madonna Sebastian, T. Rajender, Vikranth, Pandiarajan,
K. V. Anand
Kalpathi S. Aghoram, Kalpathi S. Ganesh, Kalpathi
KV Anand who made it to cinema from being a media person knows the knack to pull of stories from the field of media.His Kho was evidently plagued out in the fashion. So is his Kavan. Here he speaks about the corporatization of media,
the changes it has seen through and the social media especially Whatsapp's influence et al in an engaging manner. He knows how to infuse commercial elements in them and make them glitzy, grand and colorful.Thanks to producers AGS Entertainments,
the movie is rich and big on screen. KV Anand with his smart screenplay sense and thanks to the help of writers Suba and Madan Karky makes it an engaging fare.Joining hands with a hardworking actor like Vijay Sethupathi, he makes sure
that it is not just an entertainer but carries a message that is relevant and must be said.The choice of T Rajhender is surprising. He plays a serious character and with his energy and dialogue delivery liven up the proceedings. He in the company of Vijay sethupathi makes it an electrifying show.Madonna Sebstain of Premam fame joins hands with K V Anand. She plays Vijay Sethupathi's ladylove.
The bubnly girl who is chirpy all through does a fab show.Kavan is about a fight between a corporation conglomerate and the common man. A group of college student spearheads a movement, which is headed by Vikranth. Madonna and Vijay play
the roles of a journalist. Vijay Sethupathi plays her friend and how they interfere in it form the rest. HipHop Tamizha’s music is already a hit, while his BGM goes well with the script. The latter part of the film carries twist and turns at right places.
Another high point of the movie is Abhinandhan's camera work. It captures the pristine beauty of the city well.Kavan stands tall thanks to a good wedding between commercial cinema and string facts.Good show by KV Anand.
Kavan- Riveting fare