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Yaadhum Oore Yaavarum Kelir

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Yaadhum Oore Yaavarum Kelir (2023)

150 min - Drama, Action - 19 May 2023
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A refugee struggles hard to find an identity for himself in order to accomplish his dreams.

Writers:  Venkata Krishna Roghanth

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Storyline

A refugee struggles hard to find an identity for himself in order to accomplish his dreams.



Tagline: Story of a Refugee

Genres: Drama, Action

Details

Official Website:  https://bccb.tv
Country:   India
Language:  Tamil
Release Date:  19 May 2023

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Company Credits

Production Companies:  Chandaraa Arts

Technical Specs

Runtime:  2 h 30 min

A refugee struggles hard to find an identity for himself in order to accomplish his dreams.

Review

In “Yaadhum Oore Yaavarum Kelir,” Vijay Sethupathi leads a narrative that bravely delves into the struggles of refugees, particularly their identity crisis. While the film’s intentions are commendable, its execution leaves much to be desired.

Pros:

  1. Noble Intentions: The film fearlessly confronts the pertinent issue of the identity crisis faced by refugees, shedding light on their profound struggles.
  2. Relevant Message: Through the protagonist’s journey, the film prompts viewers to contemplate the challenges refugees encounter in their pursuit of dreams and identity.

Cons:

  1. Disorganized Narrative: The screenplay suffers from a non-linear approach, leading to a lack of clarity and coherence, especially in the initial half.
  2. Forced Conflicts: The storyline becomes entangled in forced conflicts and extraneous subplots, detracting from the central theme and diluting the emotional impact.
  3. Lack of Character Depth: While the supporting cast delivers commendable performances, their characters lack depth and growth, failing to fully engage the audience.
  4. Pacing Issues: The film’s pacing suffers as it meanders aimlessly, struggling to build tension and momentum, thus hindering the emotional connection with the protagonist’s journey.
  5. Execution Flaws: Some scenes feel amateurishly staged, impacting the overall authenticity and immersion of the storytelling.

In conclusion, “Yaadhum Oore Yaavarum Kelir” harbors a significant message but falls short in execution. Despite Vijay Sethupathi’s sincere performance and commendable efforts from the supporting cast, the film’s disorganized narrative and pacing issues undermine its potential impact. While it prompts reflection on important societal issues, its flaws prevent it from achieving a truly captivating and cohesive cinematic experience.