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Kaatru Veliyidai

Kaatru Veliyidai is an upcoming Indian Tamil-language romantic drama film written, produced and directed by Mani Ratnam. Featuring Karthi and Aditi Rao Hydari in the lead roles, while Delhi Ganesh, Vipin Sharma, RJ Balaji, Harish Raj, K. P. A. C. Lalitha, Shraddha Srinath and Rukmani Vijayakumar form the ensemble cast. The film has music composed by A.R. Rahman and cinematography by Ravi Varman. Edited by Sreekar Prasad.


  1. பாடல் நன்றாக இருக்கின்றன. படம் எப்பொழுது வெளியாகும்.

  2. Hello Mani Ratnam Sir,

    Since I didn't get your mail-id, thought of posting here.

    This is first time I am writing a review about your movie. I was huge fan of your old movies and used to recommend others to watch your movies. But after watching "Kaatru Veliyedi", 'am thinking should I and searching where r u ?

    No surprise that, had recollected all your old movie scenes while watching this movie ! The day you started releasing movies in Hindi, I feel you started losing your uniqueness and you started mixing characters/culture, so that the movie can be released in North India. ( One such example is getting pregnant before marriage which has become so easy say for you nowdays !!)

    How long you are planning to continue these fragile lovers emotions and testing the audience patience? Now ppl feel that, you are ran out good stories and trying to bring old successful love formula with the broken spoiled young generation culture !

    Without the music and cinematography, 'am sure that could have left this movie half-way. fortune that, 'Ok Kanmani', you had a narrow escape...

    Please get out this love based stories as it's really boring the way you repeating with the new cream. We want you to bring movies back like 'Thalapathi, Nayagan' or new juice but not another 'Kaatru Veliyedi' !!

    Better luck Next time.

  3. Hello Mani sir,
    Posting my thoughts here after watching your latest movie KV.

    It was AWESOME..

    Hats off to you that your movies are reflecting current social issues / trends instead of being figment of imagination or larger than life.

    The way you ensure songs are part of narration instead of treating them as "extra-fit" is superb.

    Snow-fight, introducing preg. sis, ensuing fight, climax – everything about KV was real, simple, powerful and not melodramatic - you deserve a standing ovation for making them so real - DEJA VU. spl mention to climax - that's how one of my introduced her kid to the man she was supposed to marry (2nd marriage BTW)

    Not being able to attach emotionally to the story is a blessing again - ppl don't get attached to their face is mirror :-)


  4. Please please release the edited out portions and scenes of the film


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