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Karnan Movie Synthesis: An angry young man fights for the rights of his oppressed people. Will he be able to save them from those who wield power and weapons? Karnan Movie Review: Marie Selvaraj’s Karnan opens with a shot of a young girl lying helpless in the middle of the street. Vehicles continue on both sides of the road, but none of them stop. Theni Eswar’s camera rises higher and higher above the ground, giving us a glimpse of the eye god for this tragic scene. There is no divine interference; In fact, the girl dies and becomes a goddess – Kaattu Pechi! The film is based on Santosh Narayan’s current iconic Kanda Vara Solunga song.
We see an entire village praying for the return of Karnan. And Marie Selvaraj has just established the mythical position of her hero. We don’t actually see his face; Rather we can see his legs (covered with blood, and trampled by police boots), his hands (handcuffs), and his head (covered with black cloth). We see that people play with that tattoo of Karnan and a painter does it with fire. The film then returns a few years later in 1997, describing how he became the hero of his people, how oppression could be infamous, and how the bureaucracy stands with the oppressor and even took part in the oppression Denied.
Their powerful men in their neighboring village Melur use these as a way to keep them dependent. The issue comes to mind when Karnan, an angry young man from Podiankulam, who is waiting to be selected for the army, decides to take matters into his own hands. A bus led by the arrogant officer Kannapiran was interrogated and trashed by a bus, followed by a chase. On the surface, Karnan may seem like a familiar story of the struggle between the oppressed and the oppressed, but Mari Selvaraj makes the film feel both unique and universal at the same time. This is very similar to the conflict between his actions, which are fought for the public interest and also for personal reasons.
Download Karnan Movie Full HD 1080p at Moviesda. Like the Maheshinte Prathikaram, where one thing pushes another towards central conflict, here a comment during a game leads to friendship, which leads to confusion, which leads to domestic strife, which spreads to the public, which ends in an act of violence. But Marie Selvaraj shows that sometimes violence can lead to catharsis. He has taken care of our people and felt their fight so much that when the whole village faces a fight against the police in the second half, the moment seems as exciting when one of the Avengers when the heroes take the evil forces. But before we get to the moment, the director has shown how caste-based oppression works. Kannapiran decided to pay these ‘lowly people’ considering that they were being humiliated.
The director lets us see that this is not a momentary decision, literally a countable move to make him a fish! Nati is deliciously naughty in this role. Even Karnan is a thinker despite blowing the handle a lot of the time. He understood why Kannapiran wanted to keep them sophisticated. More than damaging a bus, Kannapiran stood in front of him and the villagers stopped him, Even their names surpass him! We constantly thought of him through his activities and Dhanush is very good at depicting these moments where he has created the feeling of turning the wheel in our heads. It’s less of an actor acting than Asuran’s actress, where she could have acted with a more than 50-man character, and that’s where she should have just been, and the actor ace it.
The only downside is the magical reality that blended with the director’s sister-turned-cut-back though it helps us have Karnan personal involvement in the issue, there are times when it feels excessive and breaks the flow of the narrative. The packing may come very slowly but it is a slow drama. In fact, the narrative (and Karan’s character) mirrors the donkey that wanders around the village because its legs were tied. Just like the creature that Cornon scatters spreads, the film also accelerates at this point and never lets it go until the final. Some people may have a problem with movies with weapons. Sometimes the movement is the only way for the oppressed.