Kaari Sasikumar’s take on the rural action comedy. The film’s producers have recently announced the film’s original title on their social media pages. It seems like Hemanth has directed a commercially successful, action-packed, and entertaining film.
Sasikumar and Parvathy Arun play the leads and apart from them, there are J.D.Chakravarthy Balaji Shaktivel Aadukalam Naren Ammu Abhirami Redin Kingsley Naagi Needu Ramkumar Samyuktha Prem & Many others, and the film helmed by Hemantha, While the cinematography done by Ganesh Chandra, Music has composed by D.Imman and the film was Produced by S.lakshaman Kumar under the banner of Prince Pictures.
Kaari movie is all set to hit the OTT space on December 23, 2023, on Zee5, and get ready to witness the rural action drama.
The story of a horse jockey in Chennai, Kaari, and how he comes to be in a remote village in the Ramanand district just as the cruelties of wealth and power are about to be unleashed upon that community, are at the heart of this play.
We have seen many Tamil films whose central themes involve the ancient sport of bull-taming (called Jallikattu). Similarities between Sasikumar’s Kaari and other works are obvious. What makes this rural action movie stand out, though, is its exploration of less common subjects, such as pro-animal liberation, corporate greed, the ethics of meat consumption, and more.
Kaari succeeded because Hemanth wrote with conviction, creating a warrior in the title character who could strike fear into the hearts of his foes. The opening scene of Kaari, which is named after a bull, is worthy of a celebrity and is just one of many heroic occurrences in the film.
Since the film’s climax depends on the Jallikattu match, and since the plot hinges on the unstoppable bull, we hope that Hemanth will reveal the relationship between the bull and Sasikumar’s Sethu, the man who tames it, and Sethu’s development from an inept jockey into a skilled Jallikattu player. The director, however, pays them little mind, instead introducing new aspects like unchecked rubbish dumping, the decline of agricultural fields, and a corporate behemoth.