CHINNA BABU REVIEW:
Chinna Babu Movie Starr Cast: Karthi, Sayesha Saigal, Satya Raj
Music Director: D. Imman
Release Date: 13th July 2018
Before going into Chinna Babu review let’s look at the recent form of Chinna Babu movie. Karthi who is a brother of Suriya has delivered a blockbuster in the form of “khaki” in his last movie has ended his drought. Sayesha Saighal who is seen opposite to Actor Akhil in his opening movie “Akhil” is seen as a lead pair in this movie. Director Pandiraj is an award-winning Tamil movie Director. Chinna Babu movie is produced by Suriya who is none other than Karthi’s brother. Chinna Babu is a Tamil dubbed version of ” Kadaikutty Singam”. So let’s goto in-depth analysis of Chinna Babu review.
The story is about Satya Raj has 5 daughters and a son who is Karthi. As a traditional joint family, Karthi has to marry someone from their relatives. But Karthi is in love with Sayesha. So how he solves this family problem and convinces his family members about his marriage is the story.
Karthi who is always different in his movie selection genre this time has attracted the audience with his village looks as a farmer. Satya Raj has done a commendable job as a father. The sister characters have also done justice to their role. Sayesha as a village girl will surely be loved by all with her performance.
- Karthi is simply brilliant in all emotional family scenes.
- Good mix of emotions in the family way back to the 90’s.
- Farming scenes are nice.
- Production values are good in rich rural visuals.
- Predictable Storyline
- Too much of Melodrama in the second half
- Weak villain
CHINNA BABU REVIEW:
Overall Chinna Babu movie is all about family emotions and drama which is liked by the family audience. The concept of agriculture issues and if agriculture is taken as a profession might be liked by some of the youth. Except for Predictable storyline, this movie works out well among the family audience. So our Chinna Babu Review is a decent watch this weekend.
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