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Kuselan’s failure is a huge victory for Tamil cinema.
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Tags: Anjaathey, Kuselan
Now why is that ? I haven’t seen the movie. But people I have talked to and rediff also have given it a positive rating . For once Tamil people have been exposed to real cinema , the kind made in Kerala .
I partly agree with Sundar. Kuselan reminds me of so many things you see in a Malayalam movie. But if the essence of a malayalam movie is conveyed in full, it would have been lot better.
To make Rajini’s fans love this movie, P.Vasu did some right modifications in the wrong place and thereby spoiling the movie …
I didn’t mean to compare Tamil and Malayalam cinema. Rather, I wanted to delineate good cinema from bad. The makers of Kuselan hoped that they can fool the Tamil audience by milking brand Rajnikanth and masking their poor execution under his star power.
But the audience, by way of footfalls, have registered their protest against what is undoubtedly an affront on their sensibilities. The same can be said of crass, downright bad movies like Kuruvi.
And the resounding success of good, low-budget movies is a sign of a maturing movie audience.
Did you see ‘Subramaniapuram?’
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