Kadhal Kan Kattuthe Aka Kadhal Kan Kattudhe Movie Review

Kadhal Kan Kattuthe Aka Kadhal Kan Kattudhe Movie Review Tamil Movie Review
By nettv4u.com
Review for the film " Kadhal Kan Kattuthe Aka Kadhal Kan Kattudhe"
Runtime: 1 hour 50 minutes
Certificate: U
Released: 17-02-2017
Genre: Romance, Drama
2.5 / 5.0



  • Producer:
  • P Devendran
  • Deva
  • Music Director:
  • Pavan
  • Director:
  • R Shivaraj
  • Movie-Actor:
  • Aneeruth
  • Movie-Actress:
  • Others:

Kadhal Kan Kattuthe is the Tamil romantic entertainer that has KG, Athulya, Shivaraj R and Aneeruth in the lead roles. The film is directed by Shivaraj R. The music composition is by Pavan and the lyrics are by Mohan Rajan. Kovai Film Mates bankroll the project. Besides scripting, directing and acting, Shivaraj has cranked the camera too.


A girl and a boy, who are the college mates fall in love with each other. Shiva and Athulya, the affectionate people stay in nearby cities. Shiva is in Coimbatore and Athulya lives with her family in Pollachi. When Shiva seeks a good job, Athulya works as a reporter. While the life moves smoothly, Athulya’s colleague Karthik proposes her. Karthik is a smart guy and has a handful of income whereas Shiva, the happy-go-lucky guy, doesn’t have any attractive salary package. Who will be Athulya’s choice? Will she be practical? Watch the film in theaters!

Star Performances

Athulya and KG have done a neat job. Both look young and romantic and attract the audiences. Shivaraj, the director cum cinematographer, plays as a friend of the hero, who portraits himself as a woman hater. He had also done a decent job.


Shivaraj’s script is not a unique one, but thankfully, he didn’t insert a rude villain in the love story. Shivaraj’s work should be appreciated as he has given importance to emotions not only towards the relations but the things too. Although Shivaraj’s character in the film seems to hate the women, his sharp dialogue parts to the heroine are appreciated.

What’s There?

  • Youthful hero and the heroine
  • Appreciable dialogues
  • No brutal villains
  • Emotional attachment is very well depicted

What’s Not There?

  • No uniqueness in the script


Although the film doesn’t have any known faces, it is quite okayish. No one is stamped as a villain, except the situations. If you have no films to watch this weekend, you can spend for this film with new faces!