Kavin dada movie review, what is it all about and is it worth watching?

When Dada opens, we see Manikandan (Kavin) and Sindu (Aparna Das) getting intimate in bed. She slowly hears Manikandan telling her how he hasn’t cried yet. It’s funny though, but I wonder how the man couldn’t shed a single tear. Recalling her grandmother’s death and how close she was to her, Manikandan says, “I’m not saying I haven’t tried, but I can’t.” Mani kisses Sindhu on the cheek and promises never to cry again. In the next scene we see Sindhu being torn apart. she is pregnant Manikandan wants to terminate her pregnancy but she wants it.

Sindhu is everything Mani is not. She is responsible and wants to have children. Meanwhile, Mani has not prepared anything. They are on different tracks because they want different things. The film tells the story of two people who yearn for each other despite their differences. After watching a movie with zero expectations for the first time in a while, I laughed.

One of the film’s main strengths is its focus on the impact of an unplanned pregnancy on family bonds. Dada is an emotional coming-of-age story about an aimless college-aged man who must embrace fatherhood when everyone, including his family, has lost faith in him.

What does it take for a man to come to his senses and move on, weighed down by the weight of a dead dream? What is it that does not give up the will to live despite losing again and again? There are very few movies that have dealt with a man’s struggles to be a father and the sacrifices he made to be a good father.

not a sermon

It takes guts to go alone in a world that seems made for couples and do what is considered a couple’s responsibility: raising children. Especially when a man is not registered. Although the film shows how Manikandan raises her son alone; As a result, he becomes a better man and father and does not vilify his mother’s character. I’m a big fan of flawed characters, and nobody’s perfect in the world of Dada. That’s the best thing about this movie. The plot of Dada is not groundbreaking, but the delicate description and ingenious writing skills make the viewer happy. Except for a few sequences, everything feels natural and puts together nicely. Kudos to debut filmmaker Ganesh K Babu!

Manikandan said he had no idea if the way he raised his son was right or wrong, but he knew he was doing well as long as he was proud of him. Both mothers and fathers make significant contributions to raising children, and it is impossible to compare or quantify their contributions. Dada’s audience is meant to understand its message.

We have heard stories of mothers who have overcome obstacles and prejudices to unbreakable spirits to protect their children. On screen for a change, we see the story of a man who firmly believes that parenting empowers individuals like nothing else. The movie doesn’t get preachy and we appreciate how the plot unfolds. Dada makes parenting a most challenging, cathartic and emotional experience.

natural born performer

Dada has a strong undertone of appropriate humour, yet is equally emotional and entertaining. Even in the darkest of situations, you can lighten up your audience with your dialogue. The film may have gone wrong in the hands of other filmmakers. Thankfully, Ganesh K Babu doesn’t disappoint too much and does a neat job.

Kavin is a natural performer. Aparna Das wanted to see a Tamil-speaking female actor do what she did, but she is more or less suited to the role. Dada isn’t a great film by any standards, but it has good intentions and does its job with sincerity. Sometimes that’s enough.

The supporting characters, including VTV Ganesh, Mudhal Nee Mudivum Nee-fame’s Harish, and Aruvi-fame’s Pradeep Antony, are wonderfully supported by Jen Martin’s background music and Ezhil Arasu K’s camera work.

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