Kadamban
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Kadamban

Tamil
ActionAdventure
14 Apr, 2017
2 hrs 19 mins
62%
1,615 votes
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Kadamban is a Tamil movie starring Arya, Catherine Tresa, Y.G. Mahendran. The action adventure directed by Naveen Raghavan with Yuvan Shankar Raja as musician, forming part of the crew.

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A group of nave tribal people who are living happily inside a forest (though they have their share of trivial disputes) are unaware of the clever tactics of business-minded people. They are ready to fight till their last breath against these forces who are eyeing their homeland for selfish needs. Most of them pin their hopes on Kadamban (Arya), probably the only man among them who is aggressive, charming and adventurous, and is also blessed with a great physique. He is mostly seen accompanied by his friend (Aadukulam Murugadoss). ...Read full review
Kadamban is a movie of corporate greed and powerful interests versus a native, local community that refuses to barge from their lands. Elusive tactics of scheming business folks suddenly bombards a group of tribal people who happily live inside a forest. A huge dump of limestone had been discovered in their lands, and city industrialist Mahendra (Deepraj Rana) is eager to get his hands on it. ...Read full review
Director Raghavan who gave the heart touching Manja Pai has chosen a completely different genre in Kadamban in which he attempts to reveal how money hungry corporates spin a web of deceit to rob tribals of their habitat and identitiy. ...Read full review
A half hour into Kadamban, it has enough moments reminiscent of Mohanlal`s blockbuster film Pulimurugan, which too dealt with a similar theme. In a blast of an entry scene, Kadamban (Arya) is introduced flexing his muscles, flaunting his abs and doing mid-air stunts. He`s the master of the forest. At first, we see him collecting nectar for his people, followed by the `hero` song which is inevitable here. The only difference is that the song glorifies the forest, which is the actual hero of the film. ...Read full review

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