Cast: Vijay Antony, Sathna, Deepa Ramanujam, Bhagavath, Muthuraman and Others.
Producers: Chadalavada Padmavathi – Fathima Vijay Anthony
Music: Prasanna Kumar
Story, Screenplay & Direction: Shasi
This is purely an example to show how Tamil directors deal with good content. It’s really great to use the commercial aspects while not loosing the reality visible in Tamil movies. Some thought provoking dialogues, satires on beggars life style and everything else were aptly portrayed. Finally, it’s a good movie. If film makers concentrate on promotions, the film collections might turn a surprise at box office.
Lack of Logic and Too Much Melodrama in few scenes were the major setbacks. How can a well-educated person believe the words of a Sage so much and turn into a Beggar? Audience can’t digest such illogical point in a social movie. To make it worse, Hero doesn’t even complete the 48 Days deeksha suggested by the Sage. Even clash with goons at regular intervals were misleading. Viewers will have mixed feelings upon watching the movie. Unusual Plot & Interesting Screenplay were the only saving grace of ‘Bichagadu’.
Bichagadu is not the regular masala film which you generally come across daily. Even though the performances, story and comedy manage to elevate the film in certain areas, lack of emotional depth in the concept and conviction in crunch scenes makes this film a below average affair this weekend. Watch it at your will.