Tamil Movie Review

Kodiyil Oruvan movie review

Vijayaraghavan, an IAS aspirant lands in Chennai with a big aim. However, the locality that he finds a home is as unclean as it can get, and Vijayaraghavan starts to set things straight, starting with the way the garbage is put out in the area. The film moves on in episodic fashion, with the character slowly finding its foot becoming a major figure, beating all the odds and oppositions.


Director Ananda Krishnan how shown how one man leads a major mission when he is surrounded by people with not so good intentions. Vijay Antony delivers a decent performance. He brings a lot of energy to the character. Aathmika does not have much to do. Nivas Prasanna’s music is good enough but the background score could have been a little better.