Appa Review Rating: The latest Tamil movie Appa has been released on the big screen worldwide today, July 1. It is the latest directorial venture of Samuthirakani. The director has also produced the film under his own banner of Naadodigal Productions. (share: Canada Day Quotes.)
Not only direction, production, but the director has also cast himself in a titular role in the film itself. It also stars Thambi Ramaiah and Namo Narayana. The movie contains the music from Ilaiyaraja, cinematography from Richard M Nathan, and AL Ramesh has presented his editing skills.
The story of this movie revolves around three fathers and their sons. The flick is made with the intention to impart a message to the viewers. It is also a take on the private run, residential schools, and private hospitals, etc. It focuses on institutions runs by some individuals. (check: Jackson Durai Review.)
Samuthirakani has portrayed a model father while Kaakha Muttai Vignesh has played the role of his son. The father’s message to his son is that there are a whole big world and life beyond books and studies. Moreover, he also tries to teach him about good and bad things as he can. Also, he provides his son the complete freedom to make his own choices. (read: Rojulu Marayi review.)Appa Review Rating
On the contrary, Thambi Ramaiah has portrayed a very strict father who forces his son to do things which he couldn’t in his life. Then, there comes the third father Namo Narayanan who raises his son surrounded by lots of fear and wants him only to move forward without getting distracted at anywhere. (also: Shorgul review.)
The rest forms the crux of the story.
Appa Tamil Movie Review:
Below are the reviews picked from the official Twitter handles of various people which they shared on the micro-blogging platform.
Haricharan Pudipeddi: #Appa good intentions (which you want to admire) alone don’t make this highly preachy flick work. Raja sir’s music makes it unbearable.
Praveen quak: Appa Movie Review – Some good lessons for fathers and all of us
Shankar32: Too preachy. Can be watched once. Mainly for a family audience.Appa Review
I give it 3 stars out of 5.
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