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Chekka Chivantha Vaanam

Chekka Chivantha Vaanam

27 Sep, 2018
2 hrs 24 mins
82,755 votes
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Senapathi's sons have always desired the power and success their father has enjoyed. So, when a coveted spot in the family business - that of city's most influential gangster - is up for grabs, the three brothers are lured into a collision course. Blood ties will unravel as a bloody battle for power begins.
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Verdict: A super engaging and thrilling film with some brilliant performances. Chekka Chivantha Vaanam (CCV) Mani Ratnam’s latest directorial is all about a family feud, betrayal, greed, revenge, and gunshots. The film has been produced by Mani Ratnam and A. Subaskaran under the banners Madras Talkies and Lyca Productions respectively. CCV stars Arvind Swami, Vijay Sethupathi, Jyothika, Prakash... ...Read full review
The single-mindedness of the script is actually the films strength. And when we reach the climax, the film returns to its Godfather roots by showing us that revenge is indeed a dish best served cold. ...Read full review
Mani Ratnam after a long time has gone back to his favorite genre, the crime drama that has shades of both `The Brothers Karamazov` by Fyodor Dostoyevsky and Maria Puzo`s `The Godfather`. The characterizations are brilliant, the staging authentic and the telling gripping and this time the longest serving commercial filmmaker of India has sure come up with a winner. ...Read full review
Chekka Chivantha Vaanam feels like the work of a fresh director with an impressive understanding about the craft of filmmaking. It could be because auteur Mani Ratnam has made a violent film after a very long time. ...Read full review
Chekka Chivantha Vaanam is not your regular Mani Ratnam film that you may have seen in the last 10 years. His focus is totally fixed on the four principal male lead actors. It is totally an alpha male film with women relegated to the background, providing some emotional solace being their sole job and the director is not apologetic about it. There are no dialogues for the only sister to the three brothers in the film. There are hardly any romantic scenes and not even one lip-sync song. AR Rahmans music is abrupt and remains in the background. ...Read full review
Mani Ratnam is back with Chekka Chivantha Vaanam, the big Tamil release today. The multi-starrer is fabulous and demolishes everything we hold dear about gangster genre, says our review. ...Read full review