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Saturday, August 07, 2010

Baana Kaathadi movie review: A movie for youth

On August 6, 2010, Tamil movie, Baana Kathadi released in theatres. The movie is directed by Badri Venkatesh and produced by Senthil Thyagarajan and T. Arjun. It stars Adharvaa as Ramesh, Prasanna as Ravi, Samantha Ruth Prabhu as Priya, Karunas, Manobala, and Mounica.

The music of the movie is composed by Yuvan Shankar Raja. It has five tracks out of which four are solo tracks. Gangai Amaran, Na. Muthukumar, Snehan and Vaali penned the lyrics. The music of the movie was released on April 30, 2010 at Sathyam Cinemas in Chennai.

Adharvaa is the son of popular Tamil actor, Murali and this is his debut movie as a lead actor.

Baana Kathadi is a movie for the youth. It tells the story of two youngsters who have passion for flying kites. The movie focuses on the spirit of kites and the excitement.

Ramesh is a poor boy who lives in the slum of North Chennai. He was never very good in studies and spends two or three years in every class he studies. He has one passion and that is flying kites. One day while chasing a kite, Ramesh bumps into Piya, a Fashion Technology student. At this time, Piya loses her pen drive which actually gets into Ramesh’s pocket. The pen drive contained important assignment for her college.

One day, while cleaning Ramesh’s clothes, his mother finds the pen drive and returns it to Piya. Piya became very happy and decides to throw a party for Ramesh and his friends. Like Ramesh, Piya is also passionate about flying kites. In this way, the two come close and fall in love. On the day, when Ramesh was about to express his love for Piya, he accidentally spilled a pack of condom which he unknowingly picked up from one of his friends. This infuriates Piya and she dumps him.

Then one day, Ramesh’s life changes forever after he witnessed the murder of an ex-MLA by Prasanna who lives in the same area. In a series of unfortunate events, Ramesh goes to jail. The movie then shows how Ramesh overcomes his obstacles.

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