Yaadhum Oore Yaavarum Kelir – Review by Naveen


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Yaadhum Oore Yaavarum Kelir

– Review

Vijay Sethupathi arrives at the church of Father Xavier (late actor Vivekh) in Kodaikanal along with a musician Thabiya Mathura from the UK.
Initially, Vivekh and everybody in his church welcome Vijay Sethupathi, a fine musician, mistaking him to be a part of Thabiya Mathura’s band.
However, it is only after a while that they get to know that Vijay Sethupathi is not actually from the UK, and is not part of Thabiya Mathura’ band.
It is then that Vijay Sethupathi narrates his story. A Sri Lankan Tamil by birth, Vijay Sethupathi discloses his story.
Who is he? What is his backstory forms the rest of the story.
Directed by Venkata Krishna Roghanth, the movie showcases the pathetic and inhuman treatment meted out to refugees.
The film shines light on the practical difficulties refugees face. The story is narrated in a non-linear fashion which will be difficult for a few to follow.
Vijay Sethupathi, as always, does a remarkable job when it comes to showcasing the pain of his character. However, Mega Akash seems to be out of place in the movie.
Mohan Raja, Magizh Thirumeni and Karu Pazhaniappan have all done complete justice to their characters.
Rest of the cast including Vidya Pradeep, Chinni Jeyanth have also delivered what was expected from them.
Nivas K Prasanna’s music is the soul of the movie and elevates several scenes. Vetrivel Mahendran’s camerawork is impressive.
Rating: 3.3/5 
By Naveen

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