Iraivi Tamil Movie Review & Rating : Tamil movie “Iraivi” marks the reunion of Karthik Subbaraj, Vijay Sethupathi and Santhosh Narayanan, who had earlier collaborated in the hit movie “Pizza.” The film also stars SJ Suryah and Bobby Simha. Anjali, Pooja Devariya and Kamalinee Mukherjee are the female leads, while Karunakaran, Radharavi, Vadivukkarasi, Kaali Venkat and others are in the supporting cast. It has Sivakumar Vijayan’s cinematography department and Vivek Harshan’s editing.
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Iraivi Tamil Movie Review Rating , Story Plot | Iraivi Movie Public Review Hit or Flop Talk – S.J Surya, Vijay Sethupathi, Bobby Simha,Anjali
Iraivi Movie Review: The movie has got positive reviews from the audience. People have appreciated the novel attempt and strong performances of the key characters. SJ Suryah has come out with an award-worthy performance, Vijay Sethupathi has underplayed his role and Bobby Simha has given his best, after delivering poor performances in some of his recent flicks. Anjali, Pooja Devariya and Kamalinee Mukherjee are equally good in their solid roles. The film has fantastic background score and brilliant cinematography, say viewers.
Iraivi Movie Story : As the title suggests, Iraivi narrates the episodes that unfold in the lives of a few women. Interestingly, the story is told from the standpoint of men, associated with the women in the spotlight. While SJ Surya plays a failed director, who finds solace in liquor, Bobby Simha tries hard to make a widow, played by Pooja, fall for him. Vijay Sethupathi on the other hand, wanders in search of love, choosing to ignore the same when offered by his wife, played by Anjali.
Performances: SJ Surya gets the maximum screen space among the lead actors and has yet again proved that he can go on to become one of the finest actors of present-day Kollywood, if handled well by good directors. The Isai director has played his role of an alcoholic to perfection. If you are looking for a bright spot in Iraivi, Surya, true to his name, gleams throughout. Vijay Sethupathi’s subtle approach towards acting takes a whole new dimension, for he has underplayed his character. Bobby Simha’s talent has been underused and so has Vadivukkarasi and Radharavi’s acting prowesses. Anjali gets a meaty role among the ‘Iraivis’ and has delivered the goods. While Kamalinee makes a decent comeback, Pooja, despite coming up with a reasonable performance, is a serious mismatch.
Final Verdict: Iraivi is an honest attempt by Karthik Subbaraj. But it looks like the director has bitten off more than he can chew.