5 salient attractions of Sasikumar’s Kodi Veeran

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5 salient attractions of Sasikumar’s Kodi Veeran

Sasikumar has been proving to the ruler of nativity based films. Over this Friday, we have yet another movie of his genre titled ‘Kodi Veeran’, which is directed by Muthaiah. The film features Mahima Nambiar, Pasupathi, Poorna, Sanusha and Vikram Sugumaran in important roles.

 

Kolly Buzz brings you 5 salient attractions of this film, which is scheduled for release on this Friday.

 

The perfect casting of brilliant actors

 

Look into the star-cast and you’ll definitely accept what we are conveying out here. The film has an ensemble league of actors, who are known for doing justice to their roles. Sasikumar, Pasupathy, Mahima Nambiar, Sanusha and Poorna are definitely going to be the cherry-picks. It is a surprise to see that Madhayaanai Koottam fame director Vikram is playing a negative role in this movie.

 

Muthaiah – The Master of Village stories

 

By the late 2000s, there began a culture, where many rural based movies were predominantly carrying violence and rugged elements in the story. But Muthaiah embarked on his journey out here in Kollywood giving beautiful village stories, which are precisely based on relationships. Kodiveeran will emphasis the importance of brother-sister sentiments.

 

The bold avatar of Poorna

 

While many actresses always desire for the female lead roles and look up for glamorous shows, Poorna has done something that many heroines of her age would ignore. She has tonsured her head for this film. Muthaiah adds that her role will be much more stunning when compared to her previous movies.

 

Tailor made songs for rural music lovers

 

Raghunanthan has been splendidly offering musical breeze in most of his films from Manja Pai. This film too has mix of folk and beautiful melodies that has already gained its impeccable reach towards his target audiences. With visuals, they will expand the boundaries into cities too.

 

The grandeur of Fish Festival

When we say ‘Fish Festival’, it doesn’t mean about serving different varieties of fish on dish plates. It is a culture, where a huge pond full of live fishes should be caught with hands alone without using nets. To ensure that it is done in realistic manner, the makers had to fill empty lands with 25,000 Liters of Water every day and fill it with thousands of Live fishes to make sure that it will have a brilliant scenario on the screens. 

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