Uttama Villain Telugu Movie Review | Kamla Haasan , Pooja Kumar , Andrea Jeremiah


Uttama Villain Movie Review

Uttama Villain Movie Review

25CineFrames Rating: 2.75/5

Release Date : May 03,2015
Starring : Kamal Haasan,Jayaram,Urvashi,K. Balachander,Andrea Jeremiah,Pooja Kumar
Director : Ramesh Aravind
Producers : N.Lingusamy
Music Director   :   M. Ghibran


Analyzation of Movie in Various Aspects:


Story :

Manoranjan(Kamal Haasan) is a Super Star in movies who is treasured by the masses. He leads a controversial life and hides it from his fans. One fine day, he involves understand that he has brain tumour and goes to die very soon.

A disappointed Manoranjan decides to form the most of his remaining time by acting in one last film. He approaches his mentor Margadarshi(K Balachander) and requests him to direct his last film. A prestigious project known as Uttama Villain is launched and rest of the story is on whether or not Manoranjan completes the film and fulfils his final desire.

Technical Aspects :

Uttama Villain is super robust on the technical front. Art direction is high notch and therefore the sets used and lighting arrangements are simply wondrous. yet one more major quality of this film is Ghibran’s tremendous background score that elevates the film to a different level.

Music of the film is simply regarding ok.script of the film is that the biggest minus and bogs down whenever the film goes back in time. Story provided by Kamal Haasan is pretty smart however the method director Ramesh Aravind handles the narration spoils the flow of the film.

Plus Points :

Kamal Haasan is that the biggest plus point for this film. His performance as an dying SuperStar is tremendous and can hold you showing emotion. There are sure scenes throughout the climax which can bring a lump in your throat. The method Kamal portrays his controversial life and showcases his comedy timing as an Theyyam actor is pretty sensible.

Legendary director K Balanchander is ideal in his role and brings plenty of depth to the film. All his scenes with Kamal Haasan are so heart touching and showcase the bonding between them. Climax of the film has been handled well and brings an emotional charm to the film.

Heroines Andrea and Pooja Kumar look pretty in their respective roles and provides good support to the film. A scene wherever he confronts his son has been written fantastically.

Minus Points :

Uttama Villain has its flaws and might get boring at times. even if the amount drama has been showcased well, the way it’s been narrated within the second half is below par. The show heads back and forth in time and also the way sub plot is connected to the most theme appearance jaded and boring.
Yet another major unsatisfying issue of the film is that the run time. The film is 3 hours long and might get on to your nerves. There are a number of scenes within the second half that may are simply sliced off to form the film crisp. once a stimulating half an hour within the first half, pace of the film drops drastically. K Vishwanath has not been used to his potential.
Uttama Villain has fully no entertainment values and acquire boring for those that obtain popcorn entertainment. This film contains a feel of an art film and can attractiveness to only a section of audience.

Final Words :

On the complete watch, Uttama Villain can only attractiveness to an explicit section of audience. Kamal Haasan’s mature performance and a emotional climax are basic assets of the film. On the flip aspect, a lengthy second half and lack of amusement values can go against the film success. Finally, all people who like Kamal Haasan’s type of film creating and comedy might find yourself feeling it. except for the remainder, it’s simply an average film.

Overall 25CineFrames Rating : 2.75/5