Chiththa movie review


Siddarth leads a happy life with his brother, sister-in-law Anjali Nair and their daughter Sahasra Shri.

One day, his brother dies all of sudden. Siddarth is devastated and does not know what to do.

Sahasra gets very attached to him. Siddarth also reciprocates the same towards her.

One day, Sahasra goes missing. Where did she go, how is her disapperance connected with the death of Siddarth’s brother forms the rest of the story.


Director Su Arun Kumar has delivered a complete package with action, sentiment, love and emotion. Arun Kumar has also delivered a message about how children should behave with their parents.

Siddarth has done a terrific job in a never seen before role. He has depicted the bonding between uncle and niece in an effective manner.

Sahasra has delivered a terrific performance. The bonding between Siddarth and Sahasra is one of the major positives of the movie.

Nimisha Vijayan who has made her Kollywood debut with this movie is impressive. Each and every actor in the movie have lived in their respective character.

Vishal Chandrasekhar’s BGM and Dhibu Ninan Thomas’ songs are excellent on the whole.

Balaji Subramanyam’s camerawork has captured the proceedings in an interesting manner.

Rating: 3.7/5