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31 Mar, 2017
2 hrs 40 mins
10,372 votes
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Despite orders from his corrupt boss, Deva, a TV journalist, joins hands with a group of youngsters in fighting against the dishonest functioning of a chemical plant.
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Verdict - An engaging thriller with a relevant social message. The director K.V. Anand, who is well known for blockbuster films like Ayan (2009) and Ko (2011) and actor Vijay Sethupathi, who is currently on a roll with back to back successful films like Naanum Rowdy Dhaan (2015), Sethupathi (2016), Kadhalum Kadanthu Pogum (2016) and []... ...Read full review
Director K. V. Anand and his writers duo Subha in their previous collaborations have regularly taken up a social issue and presented it in a nice commercial package. This time new blood writer Kabilan Vairamuthu has come on board and with acting powerhouse Vijay Sethupathi and the entertainer TR on the center stage have delivered what they promised although with more than a few hiccups. ...Read full review
Kavan may lack the fire and excitement of a Ko or an Ayan, but it surely does have a load of memorable moments. This is quality stuff from KV Anand well within his comfort zone, and the scriptwork that has gone into the film is what makes it stand out. ...Read full review
An entertaining rant against the corporatisation of media that frequently stretches the limits of plausibility, Kavan manages to keep us engaged with its crowd-pleasing quality ...Read full review
In Kavan, director KV Anand has zoomed into the topical world of TRP-driven news channels, sting operations, paid news and the Breaking News syndrome. Vijay Sethupathi is an idealist television anchor who wants to clean up the corrupt system prevailing in television channels which are only looking at eyeballs and revenue. ...Read full review
KV Anand`s films are quite enjoyable because his screenplay gets intricate after reaching a point. A man is falsely accused of being a terrorist and an ISIS agent by the media just because he has Muslim origins. An environmentalist/activist is harassed by a group of politicians. A doctored video is put out by a well-known media giant, which is projected as the gospel truth. A brutal murder is shown on television with the tagline `We`re the first`. Factually and conceptually, KV Anand and his writer Subha, deserve appreciation for jotting down the `sensational` blunders of several media outlets that call themselves the fourth pillar of democracy. That said, Kavan too, just like journalism, suffers serious stereotyping and is highly subjective. ...Read full review