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Star Cast:RJ Balaji, Nayanthara, Urvashi
Director:RJ Balaji and NJ Saravanan
On the special occasion of Diwali, the highly awaited devotional comedy-drama Mookuthi Amman was released on Disney+ Hotstar today (November 14, 2020). The film features Nayanathara in the lead role, helmed by RJ Balaji and NJ Saravanan.
Mookuthi Amman has an ensemble cast including Urvashi, Moulee, Ajay Ghosh, Madhu Mailankody, Smruthi Venkat, Manobala, and Mayilsamy, bankrolled by Ishari K Ganesh. Interestingly, in the film, RJ Balaji plays an important role as well.
Did the Nayanthara-starrer manage to impress the public? Read on to know…
Engels Ramasamy (RJ Balaji), a reporter who belongs to a middle-class family consisting of his mother (Urvashi) and three sisters, focuses on Mookuthi Amman. Their family god, Mookuthi Amman (Nayanthara), joins their lives to change them and the world around them forever as they try to make ends meet.
Script And Direction
The story written by RJ Balaji is simple, amazing, and very connected. Take every sequence from the movie and you will be able to immediately connect to it. Indeed the writer performed detailed research on the subject, which is very evident. Together with NJ Sarvanan, RJ Balaji has often maintained an out-and-out balance of humor and the harsh reality of life that demands special applause.
Factors that helped the film succeed in keeping the audience engaged throughout are the impeccable plot, well-executed narration, and the commendable cast.
As Ramasamy, RJ Balaji is really relatable. His balanced feelings, movements, and dialogues are impressive and have really helped him to get into his character’s skin.
As Mookuthi Amman, Nayanthara looks divine and does complete justice to her personality. It is impossible to skip the diva’s dialogues and mixed scenes with RJ Balaji.
Urvashi, as the mother of Ramasamy, certainly did a wonderful job. A treat to the eyes and ears are her effortless acting chops and one-liners. She describes the position of a single mother who is hopeful about the future of her children.
The breathtaking Nagercoil has been captured beautifully by cinematographer Dinesh Krishnan and deserves congratulations for the visual treatment that blends with the storyline. A vivid pattern of color was used in the film. The music composed by Girish G fits well with the plot, on the other hand.
Storyline Commendable RJ Balaji, Urvashi, and Nayanthara performances
Mookuthi Amman is a well-knit Diwali movie that you wouldn’t want to miss out on. What makes the light-hearted devotional film engaging and superlative is the impeccable story filled with funny moments, well-executed narration, and the commendable cast.